Very cute, fun, and easy to make. This is a great beginners project for stitching using a Brick Stitch that produces some fantastic results. We’ve split the tutorial into three parts: the first round, the second/third, and the fourth with finishing. Test your skills!
Ah, summer, the time of year when we get to relax and release the Bohemian in everyone of us! While enjoying the weather, grab some of that beach/summer energy and wear it in your jewelry with these boho-chic pearl earrings.
One of us got inspired by the icon of December: the Christmas Tree. These are some great earrings for the holiday parties that you will be throwing or attending. Don’t want to buy the supplies separately? Buy the kit! (Currently only available in store) Supplies Approximately one foot of 18 ga
Supplies 18 gauge wire 24 gauge wire We used size 6 seed beads, but any bead can be used. 1 pair of earwires Tools Chain Nose Pliers Round Nose Pliers Wire Cutters Ruler Optional: Hammer Directions Cut a 5 inch piece of 18 gauge wire. If you are using different sized beads than the size 6 seed beads
With October here, the time to figure out your costume has come. More importantly, you have to come up with how to make it! No fret, those of us at Legendary Beads have come up with some spooky jewelry samples to inspire. From the macabre to the lighthearted, from elegant to goofy, we have found a w
We think that Cubic Zirconia (CZ’s) have gotten a bad wrap. Rather that looking at them as diamond wannabe’s, we think that they are stunning and reasonably priced gemstones that are super versatile and very elegant. This simple tutorial uses Swarovski crystals and silver foxtail chain
What is the biggest and most played-out trend these days (in our opinion) is feather jewelry. Yes, they were cool when they first re-emerged on the scene, and yes we own some…but we are really ready for what’s next. Rather then ditch the trend all-together we thought that we would get a
We saw these earrings a while back and something about them spoke to us. The nonsensical wire wrap reminds us of dream catchers we used to hang over our beds. Supplies Directions Step 1 Cut the 22 gauge wire into two 6 inch pieces (each piece will make one earring) Step 2 Aprox. 3/4 inch fro
Have you ever gone to make a pair of earrings only to realize that the earring is hanging the wrong way off the earwire? Rather than add a jump ring to the design, a quick way to fix the issue is to simply twist the loop on the earwire! You won’t believe how many times we have used this trick