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Introduction to Repousse Art Jewelry Mag - (Free Registration)
Try your hand at basic repousse techniques with this easy tin project. Follow the link and register for free to download a FREE PDF. (Contact us if you are unable to access pdf and we will forward it to you.)
Paper ball ornaments : instructables.com
Recycling paper is one of the many things we can do to protect environment, so instead of dispose our old magazines and the tons of catalogs and paper junk we receive, why don't use it to make some nice ornaments for Christmas? They are original, cheap and safer for your children than the traditional glass balls. I'll show you how to do it, using origami techniques You only need some magazines or catalogs, glue and a little bit of patience to make it. ...
Ice stars : Bead & Button Mag (Free Registration)
Beaded Stars Necklace. There's nothing more uplifting than seeing the sky full of them on a clear winter's night. The sparkle of beads, of course, suggests the twinkle of stars. So why not bead a star? These stars are so quick and fun to make, you'll want a constellation of them! They can be stitched together into necklaces, bracelets, or earrings, or to decorate a window or a tree. Follow the link and register for free to download a FREE PDF. (Contact us if you are unable to access pdf and we will forward it to you.)
Magnifying Necklace : instructables.com
This is an entry for the Etsy & Instructables SewUseFul contest. This beautiful and easy to make necklace provides the wearer with a great magnifying glass to see fine print, beads, electronic or anything! ...
Slap Bracelets : instructables.com
Remember these? A great little tutorial. With a tape measure, fabric and glue you can make a whole bunch of fun bracelets that don't need clasps. Make them for or with kids.
How to make a paper bead necklace : Bead Arts Blog
A fun video tutorial on how to make a paper bead necklace out of old magazines. I've seen very nice jewelry made from rolled paper beads in handcrafted gift shops.
Handmade, kiln-fired glass photo pendant necklaces by Leila Cools.