Google+ House Revivals: {15} Easy Jewelry Tutorials

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

{15} Easy Jewelry Tutorials

You have to check out this round-up of easy jewelry making tutorials! If you have no skills, few supplies, and little or no budget, these jewelry making ideas are for you.

Using supplies from the Dollar Store, the Hardware Store, or your own Junk Drawer, you can make lots of pretty projects. You can even make your own beads and charms, and I've included a tutorial for making your own paper bead making tool.

Can you believe this necklace came from supplies (including an old napkin ring!) from an over stuffed junk drawer?

You can make pretty fabric beads, using tiny fabric scraps and a little bit of glue.

It's easy to make perfect tube beads every time.

If you have an old dog tag, you can transform it into wearable art.

You don't need fancy supplies to make these wire sphere charms.

Use broken jewelry or leftover beads (or beads you've made from one of these tutorials!) to create a stash of charms.

Even the tiniest paper scraps can be transformed into colorful pendants.

These jewelry cones were made from lowly bottle caps.

A little copper wire, and a couple of tiny glass tile samples from the hardware store is all you need to create unique one-of-a-kind pendants.

Even a "found" stone can be turned into jewelry!

If you have a dollar store nearby, you can create these elegant pendants.

You can recycle an old leather belt, handbag, or jacket into the perfect necklace for the bibliophile in your life.

It's easy to make lots of rolled paper beads with this DIY bead making tool.

Here's another wire wrapping tutorial!

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