eirecrescent:

Just a few things in my jewelry box :D    What’s in yours?

truebluemeandyou:

DIY White Collar Necklace. Tutorial at A Paire & a Spare here. I have a few cheap rhinestone-y like necklaces that I would love to upgrade. Spray paint white and you have a more expensive, grownup look. See more at the tutorial link above. And let me just say that it doesn’t hurt that she is just gorgeous.

alsointohats:

Crocheted bracelets! These are all of the colors I’ve been using and the patterns I’ve come up with. If you want one, they’re $4 each or 3 for $10. Just tell me what colors/pattern you want and I’ll whip one up and post them on Etsy so you can be guaranteed it’s safe and reliable :)

unconsumption:

Here’s another addition to the array of items made from bicycle tire inner tubes:

Wrist cuffs, earrings, necklaces, and belts made by Urban Lace Jewelry from inner tubes collected from area bike shops.

(Available via Urban Lace Jewelry’s Etsy shop, dullleadsinker.)

alwaysfoundinlove:

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-Upcycled Pokemon. Another new item from Brandon’s Etsy shop. Love this one! Its so comfortable & different. It’s fun explaining to people what it’s actually made of. If anyone is interested, his site is: <a href=”http://www.themognet.etsy.com” rel=”nofollow”>www.themognet.etsy.com</a>

unconsumption:

So, following news about the U.S. Open made me wonder what one can make or do with old tennis balls. Upcycling them into jewelry is one idea.

Pictured: Bracelets from elke munkert.

authenticarts:

Falling Rainbow Bib Necklace (made by me! from dyed mussel shell coins and a rainbow of semi precious gemstones!)

alexkpace:

I got this sweet little ring in the mail. It’s a yarn ball with needles through it. I’m a little obsessed with it…. We wants it, we needs it. Must have the precious. They stole it from us. Sneaky little hobbitses. Wicked, tricksy, false! “

Um, I mean….I have a healthy obsession with this ring.

knotwhatitseams:

craftyminded:

DIY: Window Frame Jewelry Display

I love how the fabric really makes this display pop and fit in with the room decor.

Tutorial: http://theborrowedabode.com/2011/01/tutorial-window-frame-jewelry-display/

oh, my, this would work perfectly over my dresser…hmmm