Crystal glass jewels for a sparkling necklace

This picture shows a sparkling crystal necklace – and a super useful DIY necklace design!

sparkling crystal rhinestone jewels on a silver chain...a do it yourself necklace design idea

Of course, you can just click on the pic to find these jewels – and more crystals, more styles, and more colors – in my shop. This design is made with three sizes of crystal rhinestone (glass) jewels – shown here are 8mm rounds with rivoli faceting, 10x10mm diamond shapes, and a pear or teardrop focal centerpiece that measures 18x13mm. This would be a wonderful necklace for prom – and (I know you’ve thought of this already) a beautiful bridal necklace. Wedding jewels? Yes!

Run with the idea – using the shapes that work best for you, and a different color – or combination of colors – that could be so much fun!

And as always, if there’s a color or shape you’re searching for and not finding – just ask. I might have it – or I’ll help!

Aqua connectors and montana sapphire earring jewels for DIY earrings

Another pretty, sparkly do it yourself earring design idea:

aqua glass connector and montana sapphire diamond shaped glass gems paired for an easy to use earring design idea

Click on the pic to find these jewels in my shop – and more, of course 🙂 These aqua glass connectors and montana sapphire diamond shaped glass gems aren’t the two colors you might think to combine first. But – as you can see, they’re terrific together!

Of course you can choose your own coordinating colors (and shapes). I do have these diamond shaped jewels in sheer amethyst, and a few in emerald green – and may have more in future. It’s such a cool shape!

And if there’s something you don’t see – and you need? Just ask!

Do it yourself earring jewels!

It’s winter, it’s cold, and a little bit of DIY sparkling jewelry can just be a bit of lift, you know?

crystal rounds and petite sapphire glass pear jewels available in my jewelry supplies shop

Click on the pic to find these jewels (and more) in my shop! As shown here, this is just a potential do it yourself jewelry design. The beads (or jewels) are smallish – these earrings would be lightweight and delicate.

And pretty. And could be made in your choice of color. And shape, for that matter. Really it’s just an idea to get your creative juices going!

Spring is coming. A little treat right now is just a good idea!

Clear glass jewels add sparkle to your DIY jewelry designs!

You might think that clear glass jewels would be boring. After all, they have no color, how could they have any jazz? But you know – they really do.

clear glass jewels in my jewelry supplies shop

You should absolutely click on the picture to see more clear glass jewels I have available right now. Most of all, I wanted to show that even clear jewels can add sparkle to your outfit. Part of it’s the faceting, of course. And my personal preference is to set them in golden or silver settings. But actually, clear glass set into patina (antiqued) brass settings really does have a mystical, deeper appeal. And ‘antiqued’ is a good description – they look like aged treasures. In a good way!

Check out the clear jewels in my shop right now – and if you’re looking for a shape or size you don’t see, just ask – I might have some! Or be able to get them.

The quest is always fun!

Sheer Pear Jewels on Sale!

The pic here shows just some of the sheer glass pears (or teardrops)I have available in my shop right now – and yes, they’re on sale!

rose pink beads and jewels in my online jewelry supplies shop

Click on the picture to see more sheer glass beads and jewels I have available right now. And yes, I mentioned a sale! Buy any pair of sheer jewels – and send me a note to request your second pair, free. You can probably convince me to send a different color for your second pair, too. Just ask!

The offer’s good through Monday, January 25, 2021 – and while supplies last….so you might not to wait too long.

Rose Pink Glass Beads and Jewels

Start the new year (yay 2021!) with pretty pink pendant and earring jewels!

rose pink beads and jewels in my online jewelry supplies shop

Click on the picture to see more pink glass beads and jewels I have available right now. Or just bookmark the page for when you’re thinking more about spring colors – and pink jewelry for your customers, your bestie – and yourself!

It’s all cold and snowy outside right now (at my house anyway) – but Spring is coming!

P.S. Just in case – you know pink is a favorite color for bridesmaid jewelry, right? Just saying…

New DIY earring jewels – and happy new year!

These sapphire blue pears are now available in a new medium size – they’re 14mm x 10mm, approx. 5/8″ x 3/8″. It’s a terrific size when you want earrings that are a bit more petite – but still have a great presence. And these new, smaller rounded gems are lovely paired with these teardrops.

sapphire blue glass teardrops paired with small round gems for DIY earrings

And yes, they’re on sale right now. If you buy the 14x10mm pears, send me a note and I’ll include the rounds for free! This is just through Monday, January 4, 2021 (and while supplies last). So don’t wait too long!

And did you notice – “2021”. That’s another reason to celebrate, yknow?

Let’s have a happy new year!

Crystal pear jewels – on sale!

The crystal (glass) pear jewels show here are just some of the pretty teardrop gems I have available in my shop right now. They’re easy to use – as simple or complex as you want. Stay tuned over the days coming up, I’m going to share examples of how I’ve used them 🙂

sheer crystal glass pear jewels for DIY pendants and earrings

And if you’re thinking hey, it’s the end of the year, practically, so maybe there’s a sale? Yes. There is. Mention this blog post when you order, anytime between now and midnight on December 31, 2020 – and you can take advantage of my BOGO sale. Buy one pair, and get a pair free. Just click on the pic to go straight to jewels in my shop!

The fine print is that this sale is limited to supplies on hand. So if you have a particular color in mind, you might not want to wait 🙂

Save money – and make yourself some fabulous DIY jewelry for the new year!

Emerald green crystal jewels – Christmas SALE

Of course if we’re thinking of Christmas jewelry (and I certainly am) – then emerald green is the next color in my Christmas palette. Plus I love emerald green. It’s so rich!

emerald green glass jewels for holiday and Christmas jewelry

(Click here, or on picture, to find jewels in my shop!)

The emerald glass jewels shown here are just some of the shapes I have available right now – in golden brass or silver settings (antiqued patina brass settings are available too). The wonderful thing about these jewels – well one of the wonderful things – is that it’s so easy to create pendants and earrings, using the prong settings. Add jump rings and a chain, or earwires – and you have a lovely piece of jewelry.

When you want to make Christmas presents for your besties or women in your family – and you’re short on time – these styles can be really handy!

And right now they’re on sale – buy one pair and get one free. Another BOGO sale for Christmas! This offer is limited to supplies on hand, and it’s good through midnight on Monday, December 7, 2020.

She’ll love the jewels!

Red glass gems – a BOGO sale in time for Christmas :-)

Red crystal rhinestones with pretty faceting – these are always gorgeous for jewelry, and red is such a Christmas color! You’re going to love these to use for Christmas jewelry 🙂

red glass jewels for your do it yourself jewelry

(Click this link or on picture above to find red crystal jewels in my shop!)

The pic here just shows a few of the gorgeous red glass jewels I have available in my shop right now. I’m offering a special BOGO sale – buy one, get one free – just for this weekend (and a bit longer). These are pretty popular, so you might want to take advantage of this sale!

This offer is limited to supplies on hand, and it’s good through midnight on Monday, November 30, 2020.

P.S. Another p.s. (I know, I do that a lot) – just a reminder that coming not too far after Christmas, is Valentine’s Day. Just saying 🙂