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Jewelry Making for Beginners: 11 Beginner Jewelry Projects

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Watercolor Clay Beads

Watercolor Clay Beads There are an amazing number of things you can do with clay. These Watercolor Clay Beads are just one example of how you can create polymer clay jewelry designs that are unique, fun, and expensive looking.


Teardrop Bead Necklace

Teardrop Bead Necklace The Teardrop Bead Necklace may require you to learn how to make clay beads, but it has a sophistication and glamor that can't be beat. Even designer pieces pale in comparison to this lovely DIY necklace that blends intricacy with ease of construction. It's a very easy necklace to make, and the tutorial allows for creativity in the design. So grab some clay and go back to childhood while learning how to make a necklace that you'll treasure for all adulthood.


Golden Clay Charm Necklace

Golden Clay Charm Necklace Learn how to make a necklace that is both rustic and chic with this Golden Clay Charm Necklace tutorial. Made from clay, these charms are easy to make and fun to wear. With simple-to-follow instructions on how to make clay charms and then color them golden, this DIY necklace is a great jewelry making project to do with friends or teenagers. These charms are also perfect autumn jewelry making ideas. With the leaves and owl shaped charms, all of your fall outfits will look chicer. And, the golden shade will make your appearance brighter and more glamorous.


Shimmering Plum Swirls Necklace

Shimmering Plum Swirls Necklace With punches of plum, waves of olive, and a bit of pearl blue for good measure, this Shimmering Plum Swirls Necklace is a colorful clay masterpiece. Learn how to make a beaded necklace by first making your own one-of-a-kind clay beads with these step-by-step instructions. If you think you need a kiln to make amazing clay jewelry, think again. This awe-inspiring necklace was baked in a common kitchen oven! Learn how to make clay jewelry like this at home and unlock a whole new world of jewelry making possibilities.


Banana Chips Clay Necklace

Banana Chips Clay Necklace The Banana Chips Clay Necklace looks good enough to eat, and it's an adorable and easy DIY necklace project for jewelry makers young and old. This tutorial proves that polymer clay projects can be as stylish and seasonal as store-bought pieces. Anyone who wants to learn how to make a necklace, or how to make polymer clay jewelry, will love the bright and cheerful look of this ombre pattern and how simple the necklace is to put together. Why not grab the kids and have a family jewelry-making session?


Marbled Cabochon Pendant

Marbled Cabochon Pendant Playing with clay never looked so fabulous! With this Marbled Cabochon Pendant tutorial, you can have fun and create a fashion forward accessory at the same time. The marble swirls in this DIY pendant add interest to an already stunning purple charm. This project is a great way to get your crafty teen involved in jewelry making. You can help her mix and match colors to achieve the perfect match for that outfit in her closet. Not only is this project easy, but it's also quick. Waiting for your pendant to bake is the longest part.


Clay Rose Multistrand Bracelet

Clay Rose Multistrand Bracelet If you're looking for clay jewelry designs that are elegant yet simple, look no further! This Clay Rose Multistrand Bracelet is a pretty combination of strung beads and clay. Everyone will think you bought it at a boutique!


Instant Impression Necklace

Instant Impression Necklace If you're looking for something delicate and subtle to add to your jewelry collection, try the Instant Impression Necklace pattern. You'll learn how to make your own charm using polymer clay and a bead or button with a fun texture. Though you're free to play with placement, making your impression off-center will allow you to add accent beads without hiding your work. Put the charm in the oven for 30 minutes, and you'll realize that baking isn't just for cookies anymore.


Precious Pink Statement Jewelry

Precious Pink Statement Jewelry With this Precious Pink Statement Jewelry set, you will have three beautiful DIY jewelry pieces. Made out of clay, these DIY necklace, ring, and earrings unique and fun to make. Instead of going out and buying a pendant, make one by molding a shape out of clay. The end result of your DIY earrings, ring, and necklace is demure and elegant pieces that you will love wearing. With their flower clay shape, these fabulous pieces are a perfect jewelry set for the summer and spring seasons. A little floral in your appearance will go a long way.


Marbled Black on Blue Earrings

Marbled Black on Blue Earrings Learning how to make clay beads lets you get creative with color combinations, as these Marbled Black on Blue Earrings show. This polymer clay tutorial will teach you how to how to get those subtle swirls of color in your own clay earring creations. No two beads will ever look alike with this simple jewelry making technique, so you're sure to get a unique pair of earrings each time. Bake and glaze these glassy earrings in an evening using your own kitchen oven. They'll be ready to wear by the next day, no problem.


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