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Dainty DIY Anklet

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Dainty DIY Anklet
Dainty DIY Anklet
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If you’re looking for your new go-to summer accessory, try making a Dainty DIY Anklet to wear barefoot on the beach, or with your favorite pair of sandals. Once you learn how to make an anklet with delicate gold chain and tiny charms, you’ll want to rock one of these ankle bracelets year-round. This tutorial uses gold-filled chain and findings for a luxurious anklet that won’t tarnish easily, but you could use any gold tone or plated findings for a more budget-friendly option. Add an adorable little wishbone charm to bring you luck, or swap in a charm of your choice to make this DIY anklet design your own.


Project TypeMake a Project

Bead TypeMetal

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Bead Technique UsedStrung

Bead Project TypeAnklet, Bracelet

beginner


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This is very pretty and very easy to make. But yes it will tarnish. The salt after will wear off the plating. I also can't wear plated jewelry of any kind. It urns my kin green and I break out in blisters. Just make sure the person you are making it for is not allergic to certain metals.

Hi mulberrygalprinces s, you may be thinking of gold-plated jewelry. This anklet is made with gold-filled chain and findings, which is much more durable. While it is still possible for gold-filled jewelry to tarnish, it is much less likely than with plated jewelry, and also less likely to cause a skin reaction. However, we agree that it is very important to consider any metal allergies when making jewelry for a friend or loved one. Thanks for your comment! - Editors of AllFreeJewelryMaking

Oh my gosh this dainty anklet could not be any easier. It will only take as long as it takes you to add the piece on the chain and close a jump ring. Just uses some chain and a lobster claw and a charm of your choice and that is it. I told you it was easy. Now a bracelet to match would finish your look. Make some for gifts too.

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