halloweencrafts:

DIY Iron Spike Necklace Tutorial from Mich L. in LA. Mich L. is known for her jewelry posts “Guess the Mystery Thing” and thinking totally outside the box. A $0.99 plastic garden fence was used for the spikes. Think of what else you could make with this. Go to the link for the tutorial and see what other mystery item she used to make this necklace.

halloweencrafts:

DIY Iron Spike Necklace Tutorial from Mich L. in LA. Mich L. is known for her jewelry posts “Guess the Mystery Thing” and thinking totally outside the box. A $0.99 plastic garden fence was used for the spikes. Think of what else you could make with this. Go to the link for the tutorial and see what other mystery item she used to make this necklace.

DIY Curtain Rod Jewelry Display from Mich L. in L.A. here. I really like this idea because it is cheap, practical and expandable. For more DIY jewelry displays (including ideas for craft fairs) go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/jewelry-display

DIY Curtain Rod Jewelry Display from Mich L. in L.A. here. I really like this idea because it is cheap, practical and expandable. For more DIY jewelry displays (including ideas for craft fairs) go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/jewelry-display

DIY Bead Tip Jewelry Tutorial from Mich L. in L.A. here. I have never used bead tips/knot covers in making jewelry but this is a really cheap and lightweight alternative to beads. You can look up bead tips or knot cover findings on Etsy here.

DIY Bead Tip Jewelry Tutorial from Mich L. in L.A. here. I have never used bead tips/knot covers in making jewelry but this is a really cheap and lightweight alternative to beads. You can look up bead tips or knot cover findings on Etsy here.

DIY No Tools Required Clothespin Jewelry Tutorial from Mich L. in L.A. here. These pieces of jewelry just require the spring from a clothespin. You can buy clothespins so cheaply at the Dollar Store. Go to the link for how to info and more jewelry ideas using clothespin springs.

DIY No Tools Required Clothespin Jewelry Tutorial from Mich L. in L.A. here. These pieces of jewelry just require the spring from a clothespin. You can buy clothespins so cheaply at the Dollar Store. Go to the link for how to info and more jewelry ideas using clothespin springs.