OK. All you smart, crafty, beautiful jewelry makers out there. I have a question for you. I have a strung magnetic bracelet that has broken and I need to restring it. I have it all restrung. However, the magnetic clasp is the kind where the hole in it is larger on one side than on the other. I need to make a knot in the string and, somehow, get my knot down into that hole so that it doesn't show and still keep the beads tight on the string material. How do I do that? Please help?
Hi everyone, I got this catalog in the mail the other day and saw this $25.00 'Vampire Bite' choker. My 35 year old daughter LOVES Halloween, goes all out with decorations and dresses up, too. I decided to make one for her. Let me know what you think.
i have soooo mny pairs of earrings and I needed a way to be able to see them all at the same time to be able to pick correctly for my outfit. So, I got 2, 2 dollar packages of 4 pieces each of cork board, like for bulletin boards. Then out of 2 of the pieces, I cut 8 strips and glued them around the back of 2 full pieces. This helps them NOT lie flat against the wall. Then I positioned them and nailed them on my wall next to my dressing table. The nail heads make good neclace holders, too. Here's the finished product. let me know what you thiink. Thanks for looking
Again, I'm soooo proud!!! These are the very first shorts I've ever made and they came out really good! The waistband had me dyslexic for a bit but, I cut a new one and hammered this baby out! Top is simplicity 5529, view A. Shorts are simplicity 3880, view D. Here's the front Here's the back, halter top . Close up of the waistband, pockets, zipper and grosgrain ribbon trim. Thanks for looking toothfairy51