Spikes are a wonderful way to add some edgy flair to your wardrobe without sacrificing bright colors or fun styles. There’s something about the sharp look of spiked jewelry that draws the eye, and designers have taken full advantage to craft amazing pieces that reflect the power of pointy edges. Finding a way to make your own spiked jewelry might seem like a daunting task, but don’t worry! AllFreeJewelryMaking has rounded up the best of the spiked jewelry patterns on our site. If you want to inject some new life into your outfits without breaking the bank, you’ll love these DIY jewelry tutorials.
If you love the delicate look of chain necklaces, you’ll love the look even more when it’s dressed up with some glamorous golden spires. The Easy Spiked Necklace is the pattern for you. This DIY necklace pattern would be the perfect finishing touch for an evening gown. Pair it up with some heels and dainty earrings, and you’ll be ready to walk the red carpet.
Who says that spikes are just for punks? The Spiked Braided Chain Bracelet is a playful combination of colored thread and chain, and the spikes provide a lovely bit of trimming to this braided DIY bracelet. The light colors and embroidery thread make this piece a perfect summer accessory, but it would also look fabulous in winter paired up with some plain bangles.
If you’re the type who prefers minimalist styling, then the Spiked Stud Earrings are exactly what your DIY jewelry collection needs. Learn how to make stud earrings that’ll wow all your friends. Your pointed DIY earrings will give you just the hint of tough elegance needed to spice up your favorite outfits.
Anyone who loves color and bold design should check out the Trendy Tribal Spike Necklace and add it to their list of necklaces to make. This DIY necklace is a statement piece that you’ll treasure for a long time. The warm blue of turquoise is complemented beautifully by the pointed design. With this DIY necklace, you’ll draw the attention of anyone who sees you wearing it.
Want some more pointed style? Check these patterns:
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