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    46 Ideas For DIY Jewelry You'll Actually Want To Wear

    The world of do-it-yourself jewelry has really stepped up its game. Thanks to all the creative craft bloggers out there, you can learn how to make the kind of jewelry you see in boutiques — and start sporting arm parties in no time.

    1. The Tiny Tassel Bracelet

    2. Painted Bobby Pin Earrings

    An awesome way to put that leftover nail polish to good use.

    3. The Chevron Bracelet

    Using string and hexagonal nuts from the hardware store. Get the full directions here.

    4. The Braided Bead Necklace

    Get the full instructions here.

    5. The Leather Collar Necklace

    6. The Fork Ring

    Get the full directions here.

    7. The Beaded Fringe Necklace

    Get the directions and pattern here.

    8. Easy Wire Hairpins

    Click here for more directions.

    9. The Washer Necklace

    Get the full directions here.

    10. Glitter Rings

    11. Polymer Clay Bead Necklaces

    Polymer clay, also called Sculpey, comes in a variety of colors and can be molded and baked. Get the tutorial here.

    Here's another stylish necklace tutorial using polymer clay.

    12. Celine-Inspired Knot Bracelet

    Here's another tutorial using Sculpey.

    13. The Dainty Knot Ring

    14. Neon Rope Cuff Bracelets

    15. The Wire Motif Pendant

    16. The Wire-Wrapped Rock Ring

    Get the full directions here.

    17. The Spike Rope Bracelet

    18. The Geometric Shrinky-Dink Necklace

    Learn how to make shrinky-dink jewelry here.

    Also check out this Shrinky Dinks ring.

    19. The Knot Chain Bracelet

    More info at I Spy DIY.

    20. Pretzel Knot Hemp Jewelry

    View this video on YouTube

    Watch an instructional video.

    21. Painted Leather Triangle Earrings

    Get the tutorial here.

    22. Beaded Safety Pin Bracelets

    The directions are in Spanish so you might want to run it through Google translate.

    Here's another variation plus directions in English.

    23. The Ponytail Cuff

    This easy hair accessory is made from plumbing rings.

    24. The Wrapped Cord Friendship Bracelet

    This bracelet is made from embroidery floss and polycord found in a hardware store.

    25. The Leather and Chain Arrow Bracelet

    Reuse an old belt for this DIY.

    26. Fringe Earrings

    27. The Cable Knit Bracelet

    Download the pattern (.pdf) here.

    If you're not a knitter, you could just wrap cuffs using the material from an old sweater.

    28. DIY Silver Bugle Geometric Necklace

    Get the full tutorial here.

    29. The Braided Cord Bracelet

    Learn this knot to make a simple bracelet out of cord.

    30. Studded Bracelets

    Martha Stewart shows you how to make leather studded jewelry.

    31. Rope and Pearl Bracelet

    Get the full tutorial here.

    32. The Three Strand Bracelet

    This dainty bracelet idea comes from Make It and Fake It.

    33. Woven Chain Bracelets

    See the tutorial here.

    34. The Criss Cross Bead Bracelet

    35. Disco Earrings

    Here is the tutorial for these Chanel copycat earrings.

    36. Nautical Rope Bracelets

    Get more directions here.

    37. Sculptural Folded Paper Bracelets

    Download the PDF directions here.

    38. An Ombre Wrapped Cuff

    39. The Gold Lace Slave Bracelet

    See the tutorial here.

    40. Painted Leather Bracelets

    Get the full tutorial here.

    41. T-Shirt Bracelets

    Cut strips, braid, and wrap together for chunky bracelets.

    Here's a tutorial on how to turn t-shirts into a nautical bracelet.

    42. Tassel Earrings

    Get the tutorial here.

    43. Metallic Twig Bangles

    This DIY uses real twigs and spraypaint.

    44. The Metallic Hardware Necklace

    More jewelry made from pipes, by PS I Made This.

    45. The Spike Ring

    Get the DIY for this edgy ring here.

    46. Spraypainted Rhinestone Necklace

    Take any old piece of jewelry (one that's tarnished, perhaps?) and spraypaint a crazy color.

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