Make jewelry out of recycled plastic


Frustrated with how to organize your jewelry? Why not make your own jewelry organizer! In this episode, learn how to make a frame to transform an ordinary picture frame into a DIY jewelry organizer, using easy to find materials and simple tools. You will be able to store your jewelry on the wall, out of sight, while at the same time displaying a beautiful photo. Having decorative items like this DIY jewelry holder that also function as storage is perfect for small space decorating.

Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! I had the same idea and have wanted to do this for years! You simplified the project for me. My question is, would I be able to do this with a much larger picture? I have several necklaces and wouuld require more space.

I’m really happy my jewelry organizer design helped you out! To answer your question, you can use any sized picture frame really. The main thing is for the thickness of the frame itself to be wide enough to leave room for the hinges and for the magnetic clasp. And you’ll want to use larger hinges too if the frame is very big and heavy. Hope this helps and I would love to see pics of your version – you can share them here on the site or on my facebook page ( https://www.facebook.com/EngineerYourSpace ). Thanks for watching!

The best and easiest method for beginners learning to knot pearls is by using a beading awl (see photo below) or very thick needle. The beading awl or needle will assist you in making tight, consistent knots.

It is important to use the correct silk thread for your pearls, as well as the right color to match your pearls. Griffin brand comes with a needle fixed to the cord which makes stringing your pearls easier.

What you need to knot pearls:

  • pearls of your choice
  • silver spacer beads that match the size of your pearls. The holes of these spacer beads must be more or less the same size as your pearls
  • 2 bead caps to fit your pearls
  • clasp and hook (I’ve used a toggle clasp and bar)
  • natural silk cord (see link above for the correct size)
  • beading awl or very thick needle
  • beading needle that matches your silk cord
  • 3cm (1 inch) bullion (french wire)
  • scissor or cutter

Jewelry making with beads is addictive! Learn how to make jewelry with free instructions, projects and ideas. Discover new beading techniques today!

Absolute beginner at making jewelry? Yes! Then, start with a strand of beads, beading wire, a few findings, jewelry pliers and you'll be a pro in no time! Ready, set, learn how to string beads into a necklace!

Are you a newbie? Need to find out what you need to know to start making jewelry. Start with a technique called stringing . Step by step photos and instructions will help you to make jewelry like a pro!

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Frustrated with how to organize your jewelry? Why not make your own jewelry organizer! In this episode, learn how to make a frame to transform an ordinary picture frame into a DIY jewelry organizer, using easy to find materials and simple tools. You will be able to store your jewelry on the wall, out of sight, while at the same time displaying a beautiful photo. Having decorative items like this DIY jewelry holder that also function as storage is perfect for small space decorating.

Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! I had the same idea and have wanted to do this for years! You simplified the project for me. My question is, would I be able to do this with a much larger picture? I have several necklaces and wouuld require more space.

I’m really happy my jewelry organizer design helped you out! To answer your question, you can use any sized picture frame really. The main thing is for the thickness of the frame itself to be wide enough to leave room for the hinges and for the magnetic clasp. And you’ll want to use larger hinges too if the frame is very big and heavy. Hope this helps and I would love to see pics of your version – you can share them here on the site or on my facebook page ( https://www.facebook.com/EngineerYourSpace ). Thanks for watching!

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