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April 07, 2017 11:56:27 AM by oespiritodasartes
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This necklace is composed of 16 to 17 units like the one shown below. Each unit was made with superduos, 4x3mm rondelles, 8/0 seed beads and 11/0 seed beads.

These were the steps I used to make each unit.

Interesting fact:The necklace is named after a city in my country. Braga is the oldest city in Portugal and one of oldest Christian cities in t...

February 16, 2015 09:39:43 PM by TheDancingOnes
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I'm a jewelry designer, and my favourite thing to work with is leather. I harvest 100% of my leather from used clothing, mostly jackets, skirts and pants from the thrift store. There seem to be infinite possibilities, tons of which I'm still discovering. The marbling trend seems to have really taken off lately, so I decided to try it out on some leather.

The leather I used was harvested...

November 05, 2014 06:06:59 AM by jillybeans
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Hi there!  I made a few of these for birthday presents for my niece, and I love how they turned out, so I thought I would share a tutorial with you all in case you would like to make your own for your own sweet baby.

To start, you will need some stretchy fabric.  I prefer for it to be a double stretch (stretchy in both directions) for the best results and comfort.  But, you ...

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