How to Turn Junk Drawer Jewelry into Top Drawer Accessories
with Blair Stocker
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02 Preparing Jewelry to be Made into a Charm Bracelet06:49
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About The Class
make jewelry from upcycled pieces.
Just because your jewelry has fallen out of fashion (or fallen apart) doesn’t mean it can’t be revitalized! In How to Turn Junk Drawer Jewelry into Top Drawer Accessories, you’ll learn simple techniques for transforming old jewelry into new treasures.
Blair Stocker is an avid upcycler and creative mastermind behind the blog Wise Craft. In this class, she’ll inspire you to breathe new life into old items from the jewelry box. You’ll learn how to:
- Deconstruct jewelry to preserve the best pieces
- String salvaged pieces together to make a charm bracelet
- Add a basic fastener
- Incorporate jewelry into home decor
You’ll get tips on cleaning and caring for disassembled pieces and tips on how to pair it with other upcycled bits. Blair will offer a whole range of inspiring ideas for incorporating jewelry into your creative projects using the tools you already have around the house.
Don’t let lovely little things sit idle. Let Blair Stocker inspire you to get crafty with How to Turn Junk Drawer Jewelry into Top Drawer Accessories.
Why you Want to Reuse Costume Jewelry07:46
Preparing Jewelry to be Made into a Charm Bracelet
Get tips on making your own adorable charm bracelets from found and up-cycled materials.06:49
Making a Charm Bracelet16:38
Make a Statement Necklace out of Thrift Shop Pearls06:39
Jeweled Mandala Pillow16:14
Sewing Jewelry to Fabric10:58
Project 1 - Charm Bracelet.pdf
Project 2 - Mandala Pillow.pdf
Tips for using jewelry in your upcycled projects.pdf
100% of students recommend this class.
See what some of them have to say.
Disappointing!! This is such a basic course with the instructor having less knowledge on the tools, materials and all pertinent information that would make it a tutorial that I would purchase. The instructor has surely taken "her" time meddling deconstructing and putting things together for minutes as if she has not much to talk about with awfully long .... gaps of silence and at one point commenting on " Well, this can be done if you give me 30 minutes!" ( Putting a bead through a jump ring! ). She does not seem to have a "better" system on putting this on without fuss that I and perhaps the students may know! I suggest that if Ms. Blair has had it prepared to get the beads she needed, do a research in youtube and really know beyond whats presented then it would sell. The students seems to even suggest and identify the materials for her ! Her tentative use of words and even contrasting themselves made it more confusing to follow along! Example , " Let's now do this .. You can do this ... but you don't have to" , "Let's use this ...but you don't have to" ..."Where is? ... I forgot to bring it ... then proceeded to do it anyways". and MORE :( I suggest that Creativelive would screen their instructors thoroughly and not based it on just a book somebody authored etc. Experience is MORE RELEVANT and the ability to convey a thorough knowledge and burning passion of what their teaching. I really want to learn more about Beaded Jewelry and Creating Clasp etc... I am sure there are a lot out there! Amazon book best sellers with high commendations from their reviews and YouTube. Keep up the great work! Creativelive !!! I am a fan.
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