Top 25 Thrifty Homemade Pieces of Jewelry

Top 25 Thrifty Homemade Pieces of Jewelry

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Making your own jewelry has some kind of satisfaction once you are wearing it. Thrifty homemade jewelry is easy to make and helps you save money. I absolutely love making fast jewelry. When I was younger my friends and I always made necklaces and bracelets out of string and yarn. Nowadays, you can add pendants and charms to add a little pizazz. Here are the top 25 thrifty homemade jewelry pieces we like.


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Holiday Jewelry


Pendants and Charms


Homemade Bracelets


Amber Rose Bracelet

Blue Malibu Bracelet

Bubblicious Bracelet

Macrame Meteor Bracelet

Rock Star Bracelets








Homemade Earrings

Chain Dangle Earrings

 Oceanside Opulence Earrings

 Turquoise Breeze Earrings

 Blue Ice Lariat Earrings

 Cherry Dangle Earrings









Holiday Jewelry

Candy Corn Necklace and Boo Earrings

Hanging Bat Earrings

Ruby Skull Bracelet

Holiday Paper Clay Bracelet

Halloween Elegance Bracelet








Astrology Necklace

Butterfly Chase Necklace

Coffee Bean Necklace

Victorian Garden Necklace

Joyful Jump Ring Choker












Pendants and Charms

Eclectic Cylinder Pendant

Faux Show Springtime Pendant

Angel Charm

Elegant Marbled Pendant

Dragonfly Pendant



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I just printed your instructions to string with beading cable. Is this what I will use to string my pearls or do we use nylon instead? I am new at this thing and need all the help I can get. Please publish more sample jewelry for begginers OK? I am so happy I found you guys! More power to you too...


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