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Jewellery, and Accessorising

If you’re short on funds but would like to get your nearest and dearest some jewellery for a special occasion, a great way of reducing your costs is to make your own.This actually opens up more opportunities, as it is no longer about the monetary cost of the jewellery, but how much effort you’ve put into making it.

While this may sound like a rather daunting task, it is actually easier than you might assume. You can use whatever materials you like, such as sea-shells, semi-precious stones, standard chains, or anything else you can think of. It is important that you make it look nice, and that you include some personalisation.

You don’t need many tools to make your own jewellery, provided it isn’t too complicated. Simply using a needle and thread will be enough for most things, and potentially a small drill for harder materials, so that you can bore holes in the rocks/metal. You can usually find all of the materials and tools you’ll need at an arts&crafts store.

Categories: Home-made Jewellery

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