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The Jewelry Episode

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Show of your personality and style with your own handmade jewelry! This kind of craft may seem complicated but, as you'll see in the Jewelry Episode from Cool2Craft, there are so many ways to create your own super pretty jewelry projects.

Even beginners can create their own homemade accessories. Each of these projects is unique and fun to create. If you're an eco-concious crafter who loves using recyclable materials, then you'll love the Reverse Fabric Water Bottle Earrings from Heidi Borchers. Give the gift of homemade Vintage Floral Earrings with her from Tiffany Windsor. You'll also learn how to create a matching gift tag. Finally, Candace Jedrowicz provides guidance and insight on Hammered Copper Dangle Earrings. All of these projects are wearable, fun and functional.

 

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