Do you want to learn how to make your own jewelry and accessories? Then today’s your lucky day! You don’t have to be an expert jeweler to craft some magnificent earrings or pendants. You can make beautiful accessories with things you can find at home and some epoxy resin and polymer clay. Now, let’s begin with an incredibly easy way to make earrings. You’ll need a plastic straw, some epoxy resin, and glitter. The result is a cute pair of earrings no one will ever guess are handmade!
Then, grab a little ball of polymer clay dyed with your favorite color and start making some cuttings to form petals. Paste them around another smaller ball to make a flower. Once it’s dry, just add the ring, and there you have it! Then, we’ll show you how to make a rhinestone pendant in a few seconds. For this pendant, you’ll need to drink a soda first. Keep watching for more awesome jewelry hacks!
0:40 – Glittery epoxy earrings
3:20 – Polymer clay flower ring
7:10 – Easy rhinestone pendant
9:50 – Lips earrings
10:56 – Making a ring from a coin
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