Friday, March 25, 2016

Jewelry Making with May Arts and Graphic 45

Today I am participating in the final day of the May Arts/Ribbon Resource and Graphic 45 blog hop.

Did you know that May Arts ribbon is perfect not only great for paper and fabric crafts but also jewelry? That’s right. Paired with the Shabby Chic style of Graphic 45 products you’ll find super fun and funky jewelry in the making. 

Like this:

Here you’ll find:

A ribbon wrapped faux washer created using chipboard.

A diamond chain accent ornate key

A charm created using patterned paper sealed within a metal bezel.

A sparkle bead created from glitter ribbon

All on a “chain” created with ribbon!!

May Arts supplies from Ribbon Resource (the May Arts retail store)

· 1 Inch SOLID/WRINKLED – BLACK (#EA-1-10)
· 3mm White Diamond Chain (#469-03-01)
· 5/8 Inch Adhesive/Rosettes – Red (#A487-58-14)
· 3/16 Inch – BEADS/WIRED – GOLD (#FY-30)
· 3/8 inch Red Glitter Velvet Ribbon (#377-38-14)

Graphic 45 supplies:
· Shabby Chic Ornate Metal Keys
· Children's Hour 8x8 Pad
· Children's Hour Journaling Chipboard

· Bead cores
· Jump rings
· Vintaj rectangular bezel
· Ultra Thick Embossing Enamel
· Ranger melting pot
· E6000 Jewelry & Bead glue

Now if you haven't been to the Ribbon Resource or Graphic 45 blogs be sure an stop by to see the other projects and enter for some great prizes!

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famillemarleau said...

It's a great idea to use it for jewelry. I love it. Johanne Lacombe

Rea' said...

Oh my word this is gorgeous... love the rich color of your ribbon; the creativeness of this necklace is amazing !

Mary Holshouser said...

Love how you wrapped the ring for your project.
the metal pieces are so pretty.
thanks for sharing a great idea.

McStamper said...

Love your beautiful necklace. Definitely something I will try.

Chrissy said...

Very cute and brilliant way to use the pieces from the collection!

cghundley said...

How cool this is!
Love that you made
most of the items.
Carla from Utah

Sue D said...

I love this idea--thanks for sharing.

Judy said...

Fun little necklace. Love your imagination in making it. Thanks for sharing. said...

This is such an inspiring piece!! You are so clever and this is so perfect!!! Thank you for reminding me these products are so beautiful and to make jewelry and not just srapbooking!