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Jewellery making

Jewellery making

Making your own unique jewellery is super fun and a success among children and adults. It is much more interesting to wear jewellery you have made yourself, or giving them to someone, you care for, right? There are lots of possibilities regarding materials and techniques. We have gathered popular techniques for home-made jewellery here, making it easy for you start.

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  1. Jewellery School. Jewellery on Beading Wire with a Clasp
    Inspiration: v12294 Jewellery School. Jewellery on Beading Wire with a Clasp

    Beading wire consists of several twisted plastic covered strands, making it flexible and strong. Beading wire with many strands is soft and is used for delicate/light beads. Beading wire with fewer stands is for large/heavy beads. Finish with a clasp.

  2. Jewellery School. Pendants
    Inspiration: v12280 Jewellery School. Pendants
  3. End Caps
    Inspiration: v10765 End Caps
  4. Jewellery School. Earrings
    Inspiration: v12365 Jewellery School. Earrings
  5. Jewellery School. Braiding Technique
    Inspiration: v12499 Jewellery School. Braiding Technique

    The bracelet is braided from polyester cord with beads inbetween using a simple technique. The cords are secured in a clip board. The ends of the polyester cords are secured by melting them.

  6. Jewellery School. An Adjustable Knot
    Inspiration: v12544 Jewellery School. An Adjustable Knot

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