These simple jewellery projects are great fun
I’m here with another project for you! Many parents are resuming home schooling this week, so I thought I would share a project that your children might enjoy too.
To make the paper beads all you need is some paper, old magazines or wrapping paper are great for this, some glues, a pair of scissors and a barbeque stick or pencil.Continue reading DIY Paper Beads you can make at home!
This week we are taking a break from art journaling to bring you a jewellery project!
I have been busy making a lot of chainmaille jewellery for the Settlers project of late and I thought you might like to try it yourselves.
Don’t worry, not all chainmaille is heavy burdensome armour! Chainmaille can be and is very beautiful!
In this project we will make a pair of earrings with the Mobius Knot motif. If you dont want to make earrings you coud add the motif to a chain to make a simple pendant or you could join lots of knots together and make a bracelet!Continue reading The Mobius Knot
Those of you who follow our Instagram and Facebook accounts will have noticed a few pairs of seed bead earrings creeping in over the past few days. Some of those earrings have now been listed in the Folksy shop.
If you want to make your own seed bead earrings I have put together a video tutorial for you.Continue reading Seed Bead Earrings: Jewellery Project
I have a project for the beaders this evening. I have been playing with eye pins a lot recently. They are one of the jewellery findings I have had in my stash for a while which have been largely ignored.
That is until last week.
I decided to make some jewellery just for fun and for some reason I pulled out the eye pins. I have since made so many bracelets and necklaces with eye pins that I have actually had to restock!Continue reading Jewellery project: eye pin bracelet
Make beautiful rings quickly and easily with our tutorial. If you enjoyed the video make sure you subscribe to our YouTube channel with the button on the left hand side of the screen!
Would you like to make some stitch markers of your very own? We have come up with a project for you to do just that!
Don’t worry if you don’t have stamps or dies, you can draw whatever design you want! All you need is shrink plastic and an oven (and adult supervision!).
If stitch markers aren’t your thing, don’t worry! These techniques can be used to make jewellery. Imagine having a pair of tiny sloths dangling from your ears! Amazing!
If you want to know how to make these awesome accessories watch the video below!Continue reading Shrink Plastic Stitch Markers
I show you how to add beads or buttons to your projects when you need to use a yarn needle and the hole in your bead is too small
This is a simple beginners project. You need only some beads, elastic and some clear nail varnish. Simply follow our tutorial video and you will be stunning your friends with nifty accessories in no time!