gift ideas- jewelry


gift ideas- jewelry

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Sugar Bee Crafts: Glass tile photo pendant

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diy bracelet

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glass photo pendants

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V and Co.: V and Co how to: jersey knit bracelet

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beaded bobby pins

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cute bracelet

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Fleur de lis earrings but would be a cute necklace too

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Photo pendant

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glitter bow ring

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ok, so maybe i get crafty at GHP this summer and do all the things i never have time to play with? SO CUTE.

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Mini Polaroid necklace.... another great Christmas present idea

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Great idea for Mothers Day or Graduation, or Birthdays!

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When I am done having kids, I will have this necklace :)

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Nautical Bracelet

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Chunky cord and chain bracelet by Dannijo.

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Rose made with plastic spoons

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Map pendants

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bracelets from old book spines.

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Friendship Bracelets To create: Cut 3 pieces of ribbon or colorful rope (12” for base, Ribbon A & B approx 1 yard). Fuse together the ends of the 2 colors of ribbon with a small drop of glue. Do not start using ribbons, until completely dry. Tape down the shorter, center ribbon, to a steady and flat surface. To begin with the Cobra stitch, use Ribbon A, and cross over the center (base ribbon) making a loop. Bring Ribbon B under the tail and through Ribbon A’s loop. Once knotted through, pull Ribbon A & B equally, that will knot around base ribbon. Continue pattern and alternate the lead Ribbon from side to side. PS- If your pattern starts to go Spiral, that means you knotted on the same side and should un-do, and start on the alternate side. Once you have a Cobra pattern that is long enough for a bracelet, double knot ends, trim and tie off for a Chic Cobra Bracelet. Brave your Bestie on your wrist for a bold accessory, but more importantly- a blissful reminder of your BFF. PS- Check out MORE J’amazing versions of friendship bracelets on WHO WHAT WEAR!

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DIY braided bracelet

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101 DIY gift ideas

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Bracelets

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button bracelets

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