Jewelry of the Week – Metallic and Romantic Pieces


Hello everyone! It’s been a while since I’ve posted a jewelry-of-the-week article, and for that I have to apologize! So this week we come back with a bang. I wanted to create some unconventional metallic pieces this week, as well as some charming and romantic earrings. Take a look!

1. Metal Connector Bracelets

Anchor Bracelet 1


Key Bracelet 1

I made two bracelets this week that feature a metal connector. I used an anchor and a key. The way the bracelet works is the chain (connected to the connector via jump ring) wraps around the wrist to attach to the other side of the connector with a lobster claw clasp.

2. Chess Piece Charm Bracelet

Chess Piece Bracelet 1


I saw these adorable chess piece charms and I had to pick them up. Paired with a bronze charm bracelet that match the pieces, and we have a fun piece of jewelry! Two crowns make up the King and Queen, accompanied by a Knight and a Pawn.

Chess Piece Bracelet 2

3. Bohemian Pendant Necklace

Leaves Necklace 1

If you’ve followed my jewelry adventures closely, you’ll recognize these pendants. I absolutely love them! Every time I see them at Michaels I have to grab some. This time I put three of the pendants together, and added them to a chunky bronze chain with some leaf clusters.

4. Romantic Resin Rose Earrings

Blue Pastel Roses

Orange Pastel Roses

I am so proud of these earrings! I love pastel, and I’ve been on a pastel kick for quite some time, so I decided to create these charming and sweet earrings. I made them in 4 colors, blue, orange, pink, and yellow.

Pink Pastel Roses

Yellow Pastle Roses

Which color is your favorite? Comment below and let me know!

I had a lot of fun making this jewelry this week, and I intend to stay on the ball and come up with some more in the weeks to come!

Interested in any of these pieces? They’re all on the Etsy shop! And free shipping on everything!

Happy jewelry-making everyone!




Updated: September 3, 2015 — 9:30 pm
SewMuchCraftiness © 2016 Frontier Theme