I really believe in the power of gemstones, so when Larimar Bliss asked me if I wanted to review one of there beautiful jewels I had to say yes. I have always been a big fan of turquoise stones, but larimar is even prettier! I love the blue color. It’s a little bit softer in color than most turquoise stones. I also love all the meaning behind the stones. Read More »
I have a thing for statement necklaces. They can make every outfit go from blah to fab in just seconds. There is just one rule for me when I buy a necklace: it should have a boho feel. This necklace that I got from Happiness Boutique is super cute and I love the boho look of it. I wore it a lot in the last couple of weeks and the quality is pretty good too. If you love vintage and boho jewelry you should really check out their shop!
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I found a few shells the other day, and I knew I had to create something cute with them. The first thing I thought of was this pretty gold shell ring. It is cute, stylish and ready in minutes. This is a super fast and really satisfying DIY project!
Learn how to make a gold shell ring after the jump. . .
After my I found the base for my palmistry hand I also found another hand. This one is also from Ebay and it is a jewelry stand. It’s black when you buy it but when you spray paint it gold it looks amazing! How amazing does it look together with my palmistry hand? Hands should come in pairs, don’t you think so?
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I made this pretty feather earring with feathers that I bought online. But if you have some birds or chickens at home I’m not stopping you from using the feathers they left behind. It would only make this earring more special!
Learn how to make a long feather earring after the jump. . .
Some of my favorite thrift store items are belts. They can be amazing in detail and just perfect as it is, or they can be a base for an amazing DIY project. Especially when the ends (where the holes are) are worn out or maybe even broken. This bracelet is made with such a broken belt. A really great recycling project!
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Okay, it’s obviously not real silver in this ‘wood’ bracelet. But you have to admit that it looks like it! I decided to give a bracelet with wood-print a makeover with silver duct tape. This looks like the wood has a silver inlay. Of course you could also take a real wood bracelet for this DIY, but I had this one with wood-print still lying around. I really like the result and I’m sure I will wear this bracelet very often!
Read on to see how to make this wood bracelet with ‘silver inlay’. . .