Tchacka Boom Bangle – DIY Jewelry Making Tutorial by PotomacBeads

Give your wrist a pop of sophistication and grandeur with the beautifully bold Tchacka Boom Bangle. Designer Sabine Lippert uses only Spiky Button Beads and Miyuki Beads, ornately assembled, to create this scintillating beaded bangle. This project is great for intermediate and experienced beadweavers and jewelry makers. ⁠ ⁠⁠ ⁠ Click here for complete bead…

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African necklaces, African Jewelry by mamazuristyle, African fashion necklaces,African gift ideas

African necklace by MamaZuriStyle. Mama ZuriStyle specializes in making handmade African necklaces from beads and recycle materials. Be the first one to grab unique handmade necklace statement which represents traditional style . The Maasai women hand crafted these beautiful African necklaces, In other words the necklaces can be considered as Maasai hand work.

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33 EASY HANDMADE JEWELRY IDEAS YOU`LL LOVE

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Halo Spiral Bracelet- DIY Jewelry Making Tutorial by PotomacBeads

Sophisticated and charming, this sensational Halo Spiral Bracelet features our unique Halo® for SuperDuo Beads, SuperDuo Beads, galvanized Miyuki Seed Beads, and a beautiful Cup Button. Allie at PotomacBeads uses a 2-hole Tubular Peyote stitch to create this captivating piece. ⁠ Click here for complete bead & jewelry-making supply lists: USA➡️ EU➡️ Enjoy using this…

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How to Make Jewelry: Tutorial for Beginners (Part 1 of 4)

Learn to make your own beautiful jewellery from home with this online tutorial from Jewellers Academy. This is the first in a 4 part course. To learn to make more amazing jewellery online visit: https://www.jewellersacademy.com/ and for face-to-face courses and learning in London, visit: http://www.londonjewelleryschool.co.uk This video is the introduction and next will be earring…

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