The Best Blogger Crafts: Industrial Neon Bracelet

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This month we’re celebrating our bloggers and their creativity. In January 2014 at CHA, bloggers gathered at our CHA Networking Event to meet companies and to work more with us here FaveCrafts. After getting a bunch of crafty swag from the event, they set out to make projects out of the materials they were given. We’re featuring these projects all month with giveaways so you can make your own versions of their wonderful crafts.

Industrial Neon Bracelet

Industrial Neon BraceletEven though dainty and darling bracelets are always in style, sometimes it is fun to find a new twist on a classic tradition. This Industrial Neon Bracelet combines the elements of a delicate ribbon, metal washers, and bold colors to create a lovely, modern jewelry piece that you can make for under two dollars. The beautiful fuchsia and turquoise hues are vibrant and bright, and complement the strong, industrial look of the metal washers. Learn how to make a bracelet that is edgy, yet feminine with this printable tutorial for a thrifty homemade bracelet.

You can find this project, as well as many other fabulous blogger projects, in our new eBook, The Best Blogger Craft Ideas 2014: Decoupage, Sewing, Jewelry Making, and More free eBook. Download your own free copy today!

Enter to win today’s prize

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Today’s prize is a variety of Design Master products. Included in the prize is:

  • 4 Cans Design Master Colortool Spray (colors may vary)
  • Design Master Premium Metals Spray Paint (colors may vary)
  • Design Master Clear Coat Spray (colors may vary)
  • Assorted Design Master Spray Paint


In order to win today’s prize, all you need to do is:

  1. Like the AllFreeJewelryMaking Facebook page here, AND
  2. Like the Design Master Facebook page here, AND
  3. Leave a comment on this blog post below telling us:

How would you use spray paint to make jewelry?


Thank you all for participating in yesterday’s giveaway! Congratulations to Lynn P. who answered “I would spray paint some wooden beads to make bracelets and necklaces. Something I have been wanting to try.” I bet Lynn will make some awesome wooden beads with this prize!

To see the current giveaway, please check our giveaway schedule.

Enter to win our Super Spectacular Grand Prize Giveaway! Filled with more than $500.00 worth of amazing prizes from 15 companies, this is the ultimate way to get crafting this month! The deadline to enter is April 25, 2014 at 11:59:59 p.m. Eastern time.

Super Spectacular Grand Prize Giveaway


  • There is a maximum of one entry per person. The entry will be based upon a comment left on this blog post. Duplicate comments will be deleted and are not tallied.
  • You must “like” both the AllFreeJewelryMaking and the Design Master Facebook pages to be eligible.
  • Winner will be selected at random from the comments on this blog post below.
  • Winner will be announced here on the blog tomorrow as well as contacted by the email address provided.
  • You have until tonight, April 18th, 2014 at 11:59p EST to leave your comment on this post. Comments posted after that will not be counted.
  • Contest open to anyone 18+ in US and/or Canada.
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  1. Chris says

    I am not really sure. I would have to give this a lot of thought since I have never done this before. I know I can paint buttons and they make great jewelry, that’s a start.

  2. Jacqueline Gould says

    I think they would be great to design your own fabric which you could use to cover wrist cuffs.

  3. Oceanoverlooker says

    Having lots of grandkids and young friends to play with, I am sure
    we could find a miriad of things to paint. My favorite time of the day is when one of them says,”I’m bored…there’s nothing to do,” CHALLENGE ACCEPTED!!

  4. Charisa Wiseman says

    I would punch shapes out of flattened soda cans, then spray with pretty paints before attaching them to necklaces!

  5. Debra Weaver says

    I think if it was possible you can probably try to use it like a air brush effect on some of the washer or metal projects. I need to try this to see if it is possible!

  6. Rakhee says

    I am not sure as I have never tried spray paint in jewelry making. But I think I can start with spray painting my old jewelry & give them a new look.

  7. Carol Pursley Mullis says

    I would use spray paint to color the backgrounds of my faux dichroic glass pendants.

  8. Natasha J says

    i have some pieces i saved that could totally be upcycled with a little bit of paint

  9. Lynn Powell says

    I would spray paint some wooden beads to make bracelets and necklaces. Something I have been wanting to try.

  10. Karen Funk says

    I am sure there are many ways to use spray paint in jewelry making that I haven’t tried yet. Now spray paints can be used with paper, wood, plastic and most other materials. So I need to think outside the box when considering items to spray paint. I haven’t used spray paint for any jewelry project so far.

  11. says

    I am disabled and doing crafts make me feel useful and in some ways human. winning this would be the greatest thing in the world..

  12. Alice says

    I like making jewelry out of random materials I find around the house (broken pieces of clay, washers, whatever!) and spray paint really livens them up!

  13. Petra says

    Ik zou het voor van alles gebruiken, schelpen, blikjes, bierdopjes, kurken, canvas etc. Ben een hobbyist op menig vlak dus dat komt goedvast

  14. Lynda August says

    OOOOHHHH….I know exactly what I would do with the spray paints if I WON THEM!!! I do ALOT of recycling to create some of my jewelry and I am working( hopefully selling too!!) on my “lollipop hair combs” with recycled pop bottles and the spray paint would enable me to color the clear pop bottle ALOT QUICKER & with a gorgeous shine!!!! Keeping my eyes, fingers, legs and arms crossed that I win!!!

  15. Bev says

    My favorite thing to do is Recycle and Reuse….what better way to do this than with a can of spray paint for starters..Way Awesome~I Love it!

  16. Jane says

    I would finally have the perfect thing to do with all the costume jewelry I have from my mom

  17. Penny Collins says

    How awesome, the possibilities would be awesome, as I wouldn’t feel like I was wasting $$, thanks to free paint!!

  18. Janet Fredericks says

    I have some thin recycled metallic pieces that I have been cutting and using as dangles on earrings so I would spray paint some to make earrings in multiple colors. Also all the jump rings, ear hooks and clasps that my local store sells are all silver. I would love some in a different color so I will paint them to match the jewelry I am making. Multi colored ear hooks, dangles and matching bracelets and necklaces- I can’t wait to get started! Thanks for the chance.

  19. Diane Rice says

    Is this giveaway still open? I thought it was closed on the 18th. Oh well, I think that I would use tiny washers to make 18″ doll jewelry.

  20. Michele says

    Hi!! I think I would make earrings. I have very few pairs and would love to try making some new, green (environmentally) ones.

  21. Sharon12220 says

    I would use the paint to cover a large piece of plastic, then cut up the plastic to use in my jewelry. I could also use it to color the wood pieces I use as bases for my 3-D crafts. I do have some wood veneer that could be painted, then the paint wiped off, to leave some color in the grain. And, spray varnish (or other finishes) are the only way to protect your project once they are done.

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