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10 jewelry DIYs inspired by anthropologie

March 1, 2014
[Heart to Heart Earrings– Heart shaped jewelry too sweet for you? Black lace makes these earrings more gothic than cutsey]
[Hawley Bracelet– Macrame beads and wrapped embroidery floss take the traditional rope bracelet up a notch]
[Fabric Collage Cuff– This DIY is so easy anyone can do it! Fabric is wrapped around a blank cuff and glued in place. Add a jewel to the front for some vintage inspired sparkle]
[Suede Fringe Earrings– These are perfect for spring and only take about 10 minutes to make. I plan on making a few more pairs in different colors]
[Slithering Earrings– Looking for something unique? Try these beaded leather earrings in the shape of a snake]
[Tealights Bracelet– The perfect stacking bracelet and a great way to make use of random beads you have lying around!]
[Tassel Necklace– Add a rustic touch to any outfit with this fabric and wood bead tassel necklace]
[Jeweled Drops– I love this combination of leather with the frayed silk. This isn’t the easiest project to make, but it’s definitely worth the time!]
[Lace Comb– Hair combs are a great way to add a vintage touch to your outfit without going overboard. This would be the perfect finishing touch for a summer dress]
[Sapa Necklace– Braided fabric and wood beads come together to create this bohemian tassel necklace. I plan on wearing mine with solid color maxi dresses this spring]
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    March 2, 2014 at 8:11 pm

    I really like those suede fringe earrings! Very cute 🙂 and the tealights bracelet… (I have a ton of beads that could be used for that at the moment). I tried my hand recently at an anthro-inspired DIY – so much better than paying full price ha ha!

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