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Chain and Stone Handpiece

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Chain and Stone Handpiece
Chain and Stone Handpiece
This image courtesy of gina-michele.com

From the blogger: "Handpieces are a hot trend and you've probably seen them on celebrities and on your favorite fashion bloggers. No need to buy one; they're very easy to make! This Stone and Chain Handpiece DIY will work great with floaty summer dresses. The stone insert in the middle makes it look earthier. This chain handpiece is simple and fast to make. All you need are some basic jewelry making supplies. The chain measurements are listed; but, be sure to double check with your own measurements and make any adjustments, if needed."


Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Bead Technique UsedChainmail/Wirework

Bead Project TypeBracelet, Ring

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When I was a kid they were called slave bracelets and every young girl had one. Mine was a turquoise ring and a bracelet with a turquoise type buckle connected by silver chains. They were are the rage. Now they are back. Maybe I can make one similar to the one I had.

I have something similar to this from way back when, a bracelet connected to a ring with a chain. I never thought to make my own. A delicate silver or black chain and pearls, would be lovely. As with all DIY jewelry, the options are endless. I love the step by step photos, and simple directions.

This look is so trendy now and what better way to sport the new look than to make one specifically to your own taste and wardrobe! You can chose the color tone of the metal to either play off your skin tone or contrast to it depending on how much of a statement you want to make! This project certainly is an eye-catcher for sure! Thanks for sharing !

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