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Glue old discarded or thrift store jewelry to craft barrettes for a new bit of bling. This is a guide about recycled jewelry barrettes.
I often buy shelving units that stack together using PVC dowels. When the package is purchased, there are 2 inch black "spacers" that get recycled. Well I used them for this project and it worked perfectly.
I hope you enjoy this as much as I did.
Total Time: 2.5-3.0 hours
Yield: 1 necklace
I had planned this during my year long scrap yarn fundraiser but didn't get it in.
This is a guide about making creamer carton pull tab rings. The little plastic pull tabs on coffee creamer can be used to make cute costume jewelry rings.
This is a guide about making recycled cardboard tape roll bangles. By decorating sections of cardboard tape rolls in a variety of ways, you can create pretty bangle style bracelets.
You can glue small round magnets to the backs of pins and earrings. They are bright and cheery, especially floral and starburst types. Just snap off the pin backs and clips or posts with a pair of needle nose pliers, then glue on the magnets with either a glue gun or cement type glue.
This is a guide about making recycled earrings. Use your imagination when reusing materials to create new earrings.
If you want to create an eye-catching fashion accessory for the holiday, why not have a go at making a fun, festive timepiece. All you need is an old watch; some felt or ribbon to cover the strap and a few additional items for decoration.
This guide is about making jewelry from CDs and DVDs. Interesting jewelry can be made by repurposing those old CD's.