I’m a sucker for minimal design. I love a natural wood and simple lines. It can get a little boring in home decor, but small trinkets like this little pendant make a big impact to me. I love the juxtaposition of the hard plastic resin against a soft and natural wood. I added a tiny clay mountain in there for good measure.
Tassel everything has been very popular these days, but I’m a huge fan of tassel jewelry. It makes a statement that’s not too eye catching and tassels are so versatile. Whether you’re adorning your wrist, neck, or ears with some jewelry, you can’t go wrong with a tassel!
Choose your favorite colors and you’ve instantly got a statement making necklace that will look great with a t-shirt. I love the almost ombre look of this necklace, but a rainbow of colors will look great too!
I have been seeing tassels everywhere, on shoes, purses, all over home decor, EVERYWHERE! As the saying goes, if you can’t fight it, join it, and that is just what I am doing with this very easy DIY tassel necklace.
ps. I might have a tassel addiction now, so you might see tassels again soon.
I’M BACK! And I am so excited to share with you this necklace using last week’s crochet flower pattern. This project merged my two current crafting loves right now, crochet and jewelry making. Don’t let it fool you, it really isn’t that difficult to make (I think I may be getting the hang of those jump rings…finally). I LOVE how it turned out, and I hope you do too!
Love it or hate it, you can’t deny how colorful and pretty the Unicorn Frappuccino is. I haven’t tried one myself, but loved the colors so I decided to make myself a necklace. Make one for yourself today.
A robin is an iconic first sign of spring for a lot of us. So why not rock out a robin necklace this spring. This necklace is great for many looks whether you’re into feminine, bold or boho chic fashion. Your friends will be surprised when they ask where you got it and you get to tell them, “I made it myself”!
Jewelry making is not my thing. I think my jewelry making skills stopped somewhere in the 5th or 6th grade because I have never really made it past stringing beads onto stretchy cord, or making friendship bracelets, and those I haven’t done in a very long time.