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DIY Jewelry from Thanks, I Made It. This is one of my favorite blogs that has high quality DIY jewelry that you can’t get at Forever21. I felt these three posts went together well so I hope Erin doesn’t mind me posting them together.
Top Photo: Guide and links of where to buy cabochons from Thanks, I Made It here.
Middle Photo: Easy and Elegant Lapis Lazuli Cabochon Earrings Tutorial from Thanks, I Made It here. Links for supplies.
Bottom Photo: 6 Cobalt Blue Jewelry Tutorials from Thanks, I Made It here.
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DIY Jewelry from Thanks, I Made It. This is one of my favorite blogs that has high quality DIY jewelry that you can’t get at Forever21. I felt these three posts went together well so I hope Erin doesn’t mind me posting them together.

  1. Top Photo: Guide and links of where to buy cabochons from Thanks, I Made It here.
  2. Middle Photo: Easy and Elegant Lapis Lazuli Cabochon Earrings Tutorial from Thanks, I Made It here. Links for supplies.
  3. Bottom Photo: 6 Cobalt Blue Jewelry Tutorials from Thanks, I Made It here.
DIY Crackle and Glitter Nail PolishTutorial from Sweeter Lemon here. She coats only the underside of the glass cabochons and not the trays. For a different technique go to this really popular nail polish ring tutorial I posted here.
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DIY Crackle and Glitter Nail PolishTutorial from Sweeter Lemon here. She coats only the underside of the glass cabochons and not the trays. For a different technique go to this really popular nail polish ring tutorial I posted here.

DIY Polymer Clay Cabochons Tutorial from Simple Simon & Co here. This tutorial has the clearest steps I’ve seen. *Warning: she does not mention that polymer clay cannot be used for anything you plan to have touch food i.e. forks, knives, plates, cookie trays (line them with tin foil), your pasta machine etc… I have said this before that I bought a super cheap used toaster oven to bake my polymer clay because I didn’t want the fumes in my oven. First seen at Crafting Rebellion here.
I posted another DIY cabochons tutorial here, and a really good cabochon resin tutorial here, and places to buy supplies from Etsy here.
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DIY Polymer Clay Cabochons Tutorial from Simple Simon & Co here. This tutorial has the clearest steps I’ve seen. *Warning: she does not mention that polymer clay cannot be used for anything you plan to have touch food i.e. forks, knives, plates, cookie trays (line them with tin foil), your pasta machine etc… I have said this before that I bought a super cheap used toaster oven to bake my polymer clay because I didn’t want the fumes in my oven. First seen at Crafting Rebellion here.

I posted another DIY cabochons tutorial here, and a really good cabochon resin tutorial here, and places to buy supplies from Etsy here.