Jazz It Up: 9 DIY Jewelry ProjectsCyd Converse
I’m an accessories girl through and through. Great bags, the perfect shoes, a colorful scarf and fabulous jewelry always catch my eye! Lately I’ve been falling straight up head over heels in love with all of the incredible DIY jewelry projects out there and will definitely be trying my hand at a few of them soon. I love that these ideas are not only a great way to jazz up your own wardrobe, but they’re also perfect for gifts. Or how about favors at a little girl’s birthday party? Love! So let’s get crafty, shall we? Here are 9 pretty awesome DIY jewelry projects…
Wood + Neon Lanyard Necklace 1 of 9Neon colored plastic lanyard strands give a trendy edge to these wood bead necklaces rooted in summer camp tradition. I definitely want to add one or two of these to my jewelry box!
Get the instructions at Martha Stewart.
Gold Tube Bracelet 2 of 9How awesome are these gold tube bracelets? Bonus - they're a cinch to make with knotting cord and tube beads!
Get the instructions from Honestly...WTF.
Colorblock Hoop Earrings 3 of 9These colorblock earrings are as easy as dressing up a pair of your old hoop earrings with embroidery thread and glue!
Get the instructions from Delighted Momma.
Bauble Necklace 4 of 9Who doesn't love the simple but pretty look that comes from a bold bauble necklace? This one uses wooden beads, craft paint and leather cord so you can customize your colors!
Get the instructions from A Beautiful Mess.
Gold Ring Necklace 5 of 9This beautiful necklace is another super simple project using inexpensive embroidery thread and gold jewelry jump rings!
Get the instructions from flax & twine.
Feather Earrings 6 of 9Hello, how cool are these long dangly feather earrings? You can make your own using feathers, spray paint and a few very basic jewelry making supplies.
Get the instructions at We Heart This.
Statment Necklace 7 of 9Statement necklaces are such a hot trend, but they can also be pretty expensive. This one is a bit more advanced in technique but still uses simple supplies like glass beads, filament, chain and jewelry hardware.
Get the instructions from Making It Lovely.
Ombre Tassel Necklace 8 of 9I love the look of this tassel necklace - it's rocking the ombre trend, too! Make yours using embroidery thread, fabric dye and chain!
Get the instructions from Oh The Lovely Thing.
Chevron Bracelet 9 of 9Another favorite trend, chevron, makes an appearance with this cool leather cuff bracelet made using a piece of leather, spray paint, a craft knife and a snap!
Get the instructions from You Are My Fave.