Custom jewelry is always in style. And with Mothers Day around the corner it can be a great way to make personalized gifts. Impress Art came out with awesome stampable bars and metal beads and I just love the way they look! They really give you so many possibilities! See how easy they are to use below! Continue Reading…
Great prices on new styles of gold fill and sterling silver finger rings!
We just expanded our selection of wholesale priced base metal ready-to-wear rings in antique silver, antique brass, and antique copper platings. Smaller sized rings can be used as pinky, midi or knuckle rings. Larger sizes work for thumb rings.
We have several adjustable ring styles as well as smaller sized rings perfect for this boho fashion trend. Delicate thin gold rings pair well with stacked skinny silver bands for the elegant minimalist. Excellent gifts for teens and fashionistas.
Use a stash of cute rings to create your own unique DIY style. Great prices allow you to mix metals, stacking thin and wide bands together, adding a few midi ring companions to your fresh, updated ring wardrobe.
An elegant, simple way to mix metals is by layering skinny, stacking bands of gold fill and small bands of stardust silver. (Stardust silver is textured to sparkle, so that it is elegant without being too blingy.)
A set of these mixed rings tied with ribbons or nestled in an organza bag would be fun, inexpensive bridal shower, bachelorette or sweet sixteen party gift.
Personalize this ring by adding a charm, gemstone or crystal to the loop. Multi-loop and sterling silver styles are available. It is a great stackable companion for other ring bands.
Link two rings together with chain or create a chain ring bracelet using this versatile finger ring.
Who can resist a perfectly displayed selection of delicate, stackable finger rings? At your booth or your counter, a black tray with a ring insert is all you need for an inexpensive, effective display. One ring size per tray is an easy way to keep inventory organized. Use a second tray, under the display tray, for holding back stock. Include a ring sizer in your tool kit to quickly determine the right size for a customer.
Whether you sell on Etsy, Ebay, at Craft Shows, in Boutiques or at your own Brick & Mortar Store, consider adding a mix of inexpensive, ready to wear sterling silver and gold fill rings to your product mix.
The easiest way to sell these rings is by wearing a set yourself – so have fun!
I love the combination of sterling silver hammered hoops and chain tassels. These new hammered sterling silver links are the perfect size to hang delicate silver plated chain from them. And because I used plated chain, instead of sterling chain, the project is fairly reasonably priced. See how to recreate these earrings below! Continue Reading…
I love sweet, simple jewelry. Dainty little bracelets and necklaces. This project is just that! It features a delicate sterling silver infinity connector and Swarovski crystal accents. See how to make this bracelet below! Continue Reading…
It may not come as a surprise that the BIGkick tool is one of my favorite jewelry-making tools. And what is not to love? It is compact, affordable, and effortless to use–and the results are almost always perfection. So when I saw the new embossable, 30-gauge aluminum blanks on the “NEW shelf” I was ready to try them; finally, an affordable silver-toned alternative to sterling silver.
Here’s a quick project I designed. I’m sure you will agree the new aluminum blanks are a dream come true.
DIY Embossed Aluminum Birthstone Necklace
You will need the following supplies:
- 1 each of 30-gauge aluminum blank with hole (I used item #44-773-009)
- 1 each of TierraCast bright rhodium plated stepped charm with inline loop and Swarovski Crystal (I used item #46-970-12-3-08)
- 2 feet of jewelry chain by the foot or jewelry chain by the spool (I used item #40-090-29-1 or #40-099-29-1)
- 3 each of assorted-sized jump rings (I used item #37-100-1)
- 1 each of lobster clasp (I used item #39-340-1)
You will need the following tools:
- Vintaj Edition BIGkick by Sizzix
- Vintaj DecoEmboss die (I used item #69-325-009)
- Flat-nose pliers
- Chain-nose pliers
- Semi-flush side cutter
Embossing the Aluminum Blank
Finishing the Necklace
♥ Make things!
Earrings. I love earrings! I also like etching with ferric chloride acid. So I decided to make some earrings combining these two passions of mine. These earrings are easy to make, and have just the right amount of sparkle from the Swarovski crystals. See how to recreate them below!
To make these earrings you need the following material, tools, and supplies:
- Brass Blanks
- Penny Brite Cleaner
- Ferric Chloride Acid
- Permanent Ink Pad
- Floral Rubber Stamp
- Packing Tape
- Baking Soda
- Sanding Sponges
- Novacan Black
- 6mm Antique Brass Jump Rings
- 12mm Swarovski Crystal Pears, Aurora Borealis
- Bronze Niobium Earring Wires
- Polishing Pads
- Metal Hole Punch
- Chain Nose Pliers
I hope you liked this project! Keep on creating! ~Tiffany
Ready-made bezel ring settings will allow you to create great combinations of crystal color, metal color, and setting style to make fashionable, sparkly rings in a snap, without ever touching glue. Continue Reading…
One of my favorite combinations when making bracelets is leather and charms! When deciding what color of leather to use, I chose turquoise because it’s a color that always calms me – plus it seems to work for all seasons. It reminds me of the beach where I would love to be! I decided to make this a multi strand bracelet because the stacked bracelet look is such a huge trend right now. To make your own version of this multi strand leather charm bracelet, read on. It’s easier than you think! Continue Reading…