Beautiful and affordable earrings you can make for formal occasions.
We sometimes see people wearing sparkly new jewelry all the time. And we’re stuck with just some old ones we bought years ago. Well, in this video, I show you how to make your own one-of-a-kind jewelry from scratch using these simple items you already have around.
If you’ve got an old pair of Nike sneakers, you can remove the tick/Nike logo, attach it to some jewelry chains and make fun necklaces to wear with crop tops and other sports clothes.
You can take puzzle pieces to make a DIY necklace. Attach small jewelry hooks on the puzzles, and connect them all together on jewelry chains.
Another great idea is to use buttons as earrings. You can make them sparkly by pouring glue mixed with glitter on top.
Watch the entire video to see how to make colorful resin earrings.
0:11 – Greek-inspired jewelry using watermelon seeds
2:29 – Moss and resin earrings
3:43 – Cute knit earrings
6:11 – Popcorn earrings
7:09 – Pencil-shaving ring
8:55 – Gypsum earrings
9:37 – Things to make with craft wire
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