DIY Jewelry - Mini Clay Charms - Maritza Lisa

So, today we’re talking air dry clay and making some cute mini charms with it. And by we, I mean me. I’ve also been struggling a bit with inspiration and creativity on the whole. I have to keep reminding myself that this is my creative, happy space and to not worry about the stats, analytics, how often to post, etc. It really does get in the way. Just a little reminder to myself, you know? Anyway, I digress. I’ve been… Read more »

DIY Jewelry - Faux Pearl RingDIY Jewelry - Faux Pearl Ring

With Mother’s Day just around the corner, I thought I’d squeeze in another easy DIY – a faux pearl ring. It’s my first time playing with air dry clay, but oh… it’s so fun. Have you tried it yet? I thought I’d ease into it by making this ring. Want to make one for you or a loved one?

DIY Jewelry - Beaded Stackable or Midi Rings

Happy April! I’m on a roll. After my last easy stackable rings diy, I had to follow up with another. I had more ring blanks to fill, so I decided these beaded stackable rings would be the perfect way to use them up. What do you think? Want to try this easy diy with micro beads to spruce up your ring collection too? They will also make perfect gifts – let’s start!

DIY Jewelry - Easy Stackable Rings

So yesterday, I promised you an #instaDIY on Instagram with a hint. I don’t use rhinestones normally, but the stars were aligned for this DIY Jewelry project. A few days ago, I was idly looking around on Etsy for some jewelry making supplies, and came across Jennifer’s lovely store. I was specifically looking ring blanks. Have you ever heard of these? They are basically just ring frames, and you can fill them with stones, resin or whatever your heart desires. I… Read more »

DIY Earrings in 3 easy steps

  Many moons ago I owned a very wee jewelry business, so today I will take a short break from all things paper, and share with you an easy DIY earring project. These are perfect for any upcoming celebrations (ahem, Carnival and St Patrick’s Day are fast approaching!) The beauty of this DIY is that you can easily change up the charms when you get tired of the current ones – fun, right? Okay, let’s get started.