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Gold Flower Jewelry

By: Shannon Bielke

Try these free jewelry patterns to make your own gorgeous gold flower jewelry, perfect for a trendy summer ensemble. These instructions from Shannon Bielke show you how to make a matching bracelet, necklace, and earrings set.

Gold Flower Jewelry

Materials:

  • Fancy Pants chip board pieces
  • Ecogreen Crafts paints: antique gold and copper
  • DecoArt paints: black, green, blue
  • Old jewelry chain and fixings
  • Misc. beads and bling

Instructions:

  1. Choose or hand cut chipboard pieces for the necklace, bracelet, and earrings. Arrange as desired.
     
  2. Paint all pieces black, front and back.
     
  3. Coat each piece completely with a random mix of antique gold and copper paint, front and back.
     
  4. When newly dry, gently rub off just a bit of metallic paint from edges of a piece or two, here and there. Not all, just a little to suggest age.
     
  5. Using a smaller paintbrush, use the opposite end to pound indents in all pieces, creating a worked metal look.
     
  6. Dab the tiniest bits of green and blue paint randomly on most pieces; this will add a look of patina to the piece, completing the aged affect.
     
  7. Glue pieces together as desired to create pendant for the necklace, the bracelet, and the earrings.
     
  8. Finish the pieces with used or bought findings, chain, and other embellishments.
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