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Which Jewelry Project Should You Make Next?

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Which Jewelry Project Should You Make Next?

Take our simple quiz to find out which type of jewelry project should be your next DIY design!
Pick an answer and tally up your points. When you're done, scroll down to find out the results.
 

Which Jewelry Project Should You Make Next?

 

1. How much time do you have to make a project?
- 5 Minutes (1)
- 30 Minutes (2)
- An hour (3)
- An evening (4)
- A weekend (5)

 

2. How would you describe your personal style?
- Bohemian (1)
- Trendy (2)
- Creative (3)
- Preppy (4)
- Feminine/Romantic (5)

 

3. Describe your perfect date
- Anything out of the ordinary and over the top (1)
- A home-cooked meal and a movie (2)
- A concert or a show (3)
- Going to a museum or some kind of cultural event (4)
- Dinner at a fancy restaurant (5)

 

4. What is your favorite type of movie?
- Comedy (1)
- Drama (2)
- Action Movie (3)
- Classic (4)
- Romance (5)

 

5. How many beads do you currently have in your bead stash?
- I buy specific beads for each project I make (1)
- Less than 50 (2)
- Somewhere between 50 and 100 (3)
- At least 100 (4)
- I can't even begin to count them all (5)

 

ANSWERS:

5-9 points: An Awesome Homemade Anklet
5 Minute Anklet

Whimisical and spontaneous are words that describe you. To fit your tastes, you need a project that is quick, easy, and unique. Anklets are not the most common jewelry design, so if you are looking for a fast project to help you standout from the crowd, this is the jewelry project for you.

 

 

 


 

 

10-13 points: An Incredible Pair of DIY Earrings
Simple Vintage Chandelier Earrings

 

Homemade earrings are the perfect way to dabble in the world of DIY jewelry making. They are an easy way to add a trendy element to an ensemble while still keeping a classic overall look. If you are looking for a simple project to try to see if jewelry making fits your varying interests, or if you are a seasoned jewelry maker who wants to experiment with a new style or technique, DIY earrings are the way to go.

 

 

 


 

14-16 points: A Beautiful Homemade Bracelet

50 Shades of Beads Bracelet

 

Bracelets are a fabulous project for anyone looking to be creative. Less time consuming than a necklace, but more of a commitment than a pair of earrings, bracelets are a wonderful way to show your individuality. If you are in need of a project that lets use express yourself, but also don't want to break your budget, a homemade bracelet is a good choice for you.

 

 

 

 

 


17-20 points: A Stunning DIY Necklace
Romantic Filigree-Wrapped Pendant Necklace

 

Necklaces are slightly bolder statement piece. They usually take more time, effort, and supplies than bracelet patterns, but they make a bigger impression. If you want to make a classic, staple piece of jewelry for your collection, a pretty homemade pendant or a dazzling DIY necklace is a good project for you to take on.

 

 

 


 

21-25 points: A Ravishing DIY Ring
Wire and Pearl Ring

 

Rings are one of the smallest jewelry items you can make, but they often pack the biggest fashion punch. Whether they are intricately woven with wire or crafted from metalwork, the size of these precious homemade jewelry items does not indicate the time and artistry that went into making it. If you are the type of person who is looking for a challenge that will yield marvelous results, then making a DIY ring is for you.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I got DIY earrings! I want to make a simple project I can wear with a lot of outfits; so, homemade earrings are just what I am looking for!

I got DIY earrings! Now that I think of it, I do really need a new pair...

I got bracelet! Love to be creative!

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