Valentine's Day Jewelry Making Guide
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Getting a gift for you significant other on Valentine's Day can definitely be a daunting process. However, trying to figure out if you should or shouldn't get your special someone some jewelry for Valentine's Day or what jewelry to get them can be even scarier.
This Valentine's Day Jewelry Making Guide is the perfect way for you to not only figure out what to get your significant other, but also save some money doing it! This is definitely a super helpful guide that will at the very least give you some ideas of what to get that special someone. There are projects for you to make or get inspiration from and some tips for even more inspiration all in one place.
Plus, Valentine's day can be expensive enough between the food and the flowers; so, why not make a DIY gift that is super cute and meaningful. This DIY jewelry making guide will definitely get you some brownie points. Whoever you make these jewelry patterns for will be awed by how much thought you put into ther wonderful and beautiful gift!
Valentine's Day Jewelry Making Guide
How to Know What Jewelry to Make Your Significant Other
Hearts are NOT Mandatory: Just because it's Valentine's Day does not mean you have to deck your significant other out in a bunch of hearts.
Make sure to pay attention to what the person you're giving this DIY gift to likes. You can always adorn them in some pretty sparkles or classy pearls for the next time you two decide to go on a nice date.
Look at this lovely pearl choker necklace or this rose gold necklace that is sure to make whoever you give it to swoon! No hearts necessary.
Try to be Charming: This is more in reference to making your special someone a charm bracelet. There are tons of DIY charms for you to make and personalize to fit your special someone perfectly. Plus, this is a great DIY gift to continue to add onto each year. It stays just as special and is an easy excuse for a last minute gift!
This charm cluster necklace is one route you could take in making your significant other some charming jewelry. However, if you wanted to go the more traditional route of a charm bracelet try out this Pandora knock off that is sure to get you brownie points!
Roses are Gold - Rose gold is all the rage right now in terms of the jewelry world. Many woman are loving the look of the pinkish gold color; so, adding some rose gold jewelry to your significant other's collection would make them swoon. Plus, you can use really any style or pattern DIY necklace, bracelet, or earrings and just add the rose gold touch. Plus, the pink tone and golden hue make these DIY jewelry pieces perfect for this loving holiday.
Take a look at this Petite Pink Crystal Necklace or this Lilac Rosette Seed Bead Necklace for some rosy inspirations!
Make it Shine - When in doubt of everything else dazzle your significant other with some sparkles. Nobody looks at something that gleams when it catches the light and feels dissapointed. Whether you want to give them something that makes a statement or is more daintly and delicate, the addition of some sparkles can take your DIY gift to the next level!
This Sparkle and Stardust Bracelet is the perfect example of how some glitz can really take your DIY jewelry to the next level. Also, if your significant other is more of any earring person, try this Sophisitcated Sparkle DIY Ear Cuff pattern.
Basically Their Second Birthday - While it may not technically be their birthday if you're going to shower your significant other in jewelry give them a stone you know they love. While diamonds may be a girls best friend, birthstone jewelry definitely takes the cake in making them feel special. Try incorporating their birthstone into these DIY jewelry patterns to show them that you really made it personal!
If your significant other is an October baby try these Faux Australian Opal Rings. Honestly, any DIY jewelry project you find can work as long as you put their birthstone into it. Check out these crystal jewelry patterns for some inspiration!
Give Her Flowers - It's always nice to give someone some roses and "love them until the last rose dies." However, if you want to pull this cute quote you better make her a rose that will never die. That is why adding some rose jewelry to your present can add a super romantic touch. Give them flowers that will last forever and always make them think of you!
This Beaded Rose Necklace Tutorial is a great example of flower jewelry that will take your significant other's breath away. However, this Beautifully Bloomed Rose DIY Necklace is a super easy tutorial to complete and adds the perfect, classic rose touch. If you want to go slightly more delicate with it though you can always make this Rosette and Crystal DIY Ring. The possiblities are endless!
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