I found this tutorial at For the Makers . (For the Makers is a subscription site that sends you a box with all the materials and instructions to make whatever they are offering. That’s pretty cool!) Meanwhile, I was just looking at free tutorials, and this one is right there, and really easy to do. Check it out.
I found this “knock-off” Maleficent necklace tutorial on allfreejewelrymaking.com. If I were to make it, I’d probably put in some bigger stones/beads, but it does look worthy all on its own.
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So I found this nifty necklace tutorial pictured on Handmade Jewelry Club’s site , clicked on it, and got sent to Better Homes and Gardens’ Style Blog , where I found out that this tutorial is really from I Spy DIY’s blog. Interesting trip around the Internet to realize that I haven’t been paying proper attention to some of the cool blogs I have found.
While I was at domestic-divaonline.com, I took a look around and found this lovely fresh creative free wire-wrap tutorial for a bead pendant. Can’t you just see more ways that you could do this? Isn’t it exciting?
While you are at domestic-divaonline.com, do check out her other tutorials. There are some interesting ones that I am not ready for right now (so I haven’t posted them), that you might like.
These clothespin spring pendants are a really cute idea from michlinla.com. Well, since I have never hung laundry to dry, I would have to find out where you buy clothespins, but I suppose that can be done relatively easy.
I found this simple, elegant Christmas tree pendant in the free projects at Jewelry Making Daily. I like the simplicity, as well as the fact that you can put this together very quickly. You could make small ones with tiny shiny beads and colored wire, for earrings.
I went over to Small Good Things and found this cute necklace. Cute, again, for someone who is not me, and, again, I know who it would be cute for. Same person as in my last post (ah! but would she wear it?)
Anyway, you might like to try it out. The tutorial is dirt-simple.