Daniela blogs at Curly Made. Her latest creation? A necklace made from a wine cork!
Over at The Daily Simple, Aubrey shares a way to turn old postcards into pretty jewelry. For this project, she used vintage postcards that she found at an antique store, but you could also use old postcards that you’ve kept from vacations or in your letter boxes. (If you are like me, you’ve probably got quite a few postcards in a shoebox someplace!)
Amy from Mod Podge Rocks recently scored a sweet little jewelry box at Goodwill. As soon as she saw it, she thought of the perfect way to give it a fresh new look with some Mod Podge and resin.
When Michelle from Delicate Construction finished a craft project using Duck Tape, she didn’t throw away the empty cardboard rolls. Instead, she looked at them and thought, “Why not make a bracelet?”
At Crafts a la Mode, Linda is lucky enough to have a collection of vintage costume jewelry. She bought most of her pretty adornments at tag sales for about 25 cents a piece.
I’m really loving all the cuff bracelets I’ve been seeing crafty people make, lately. I’m super excited about the ones that Jennifer of The Magic Brush is making from old baseballs!
Stephanie of Henry Happened had several striped t-shirts that she wasn’t wearing anymore. She gave them a second life by turning them into jewelry.
At Doodle Craft, Natalie came up with a great way to turn Legos into jewelry. If you have kids, you probably have Legos, and if you’ve stepped on one too many, this could potentially be a great way to repurpose the ones you find on the floor!