I love a big colorful mixes of colors, textures, and metals when it comes to jewelry, and bracelets are the perfect place to wear all 3. This DIY Watch Strap Rhinestone Bracelet could not be easier to make or cooler to wear. The mix of preppy grosgrain with a vintage looking button or brooch makes for a fun eclectic mix, you could also mix it up with studs or spikes for a preppy punk look. Let’s get started!
We see chokers on celebrities and style setters all the time, they’re the perfect necklace for most any season, easily customizable, and a fabulous way to add some retro ‘90’s style to your look. In this tutorial you’ll learn how to easily make an on trend DIY Macrame Choker. Let’s get started!
I’m so glad statement necklaces are still around. I really love how easy they can be to wear, they can dress up a basic t-shirt and jeans or add more sophistication to a dress. This is a super easy project to make and inexpensive. I found my brightly colored cord at the hardware store, the necklace was on the sale racks and the nail polish I already had! I think all the materials cost less than $10, but the results look way more expensive. Let’s get started!
I am totally in love with upcycled jewelry and the idea of using up scraps and leftover embellishments to make something really fabulous. I made these DIY Bracelets in about 5 minutes with some fabric scraps I had and some simple metal bangles I found at a craft store. I love their bohemian feel and they mix perfectly with other bracelets.
This holiday get ready to sparkle with some fabulous jewelry! Create some spectacular DIY Glitter Jewelry with this tutorial I created for i Love To Create. Mix up your colors and stack them up for a stunning statement.
Find some plain bangles and rings to embellish with bright colors of glitter. Click here to make your own.
I used Tulip Glitter Bond and Fashion Glitter to make these and I love how once the glitter bond is dry it really holds the glitter. I also used it here to make these earrings and I wear them a lot and the glitter really stays put.
Check out all the steps to make your own here.