My First Time Making Jewelry

 

Adventures In Jewelry Making End Result

I’ve been thinking about making jewelry for a little while, so today I decided to head on over to Michaels and get some supplies. And from there, I wanted to share with you my first time making jewelry!

I ended up with several charms (which I decided to save for a rainy day since they were silver, and I used the bronze-colored chains), an 18-inch chain, a 24-inch chain, and a multi-strand chain that I ultimately decided to separate. I also picked up some silver charm bracelets and toggle clasps, and some jump rings to link everything together. I ended up with several charms (which I decided to save for a rainy day since they were silver, and I used the bronze-colored chains), an 18-inch chain, a 24-inch chain, and a multi-strand chain that I ultimately decided to separate. I also picked up some silver charm bracelets and toggle clasps, and some jump rings to link everything together.

Adventures In Jewelry Making First Time Supplies

I checked my collection of charms that I already had and found three that I thought would look perfect with the chains I purchased. I used a charm that resembles an ancient Chinese coin (and is double-sided, and therefore provides two different looks! Can’t beat that), a charm that is an anchor, and a diamond-shaped charm with a bronze rose on it. I attached the anchor to one of the chains that I took away from the multi-strand, and used the rose on the 24-inch chain and the coin on the 18-inch chain. I plan to visit Michaels again soon and see if I can find some more charms that would go with these necklaces (I think one charm each is a bit too simple) but for now, I’m going to enjoy having three new pieces of jewelry!

Adventures In Jewelry Making First Time Anchor Adventures In Jewelry Making First Time Coin Side One Adventures In Jewelry Making First Time Coin Side Two

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