Crystal Clear Glass Stones for DIY Jewelry Designs

Crystal clear jewels are always in style. That’s the important basic! They look great year-round, any time of day. Wear them to work for just a bit of sparkle. Wear them for your wedding for more sparkle – that doesn’t have to compete with your gown. Sparkling crystal clear glass jewels always look good!

I have many more shapes and sizes of sparkling crystal gems in my shop right now. Whether you want to make a fabulous pendant, or some tiny earrings, or anywhere in between – crystal shines! Make exactly what you want, for gifts, for customers, for prom, for your wedding. You’ll love them!

P.S. Just a reminder that crystal (okay, diamond) is the birthstone for April. Gorgeous faceted clear crystal glass stones are a lot more affordable than diamond, and seriously the glass jewels are sparkling and fabulous. Just saying!

Wedding and Bridal Jewels – new BOGO sale

I’ve just restocked one of my favorite rhinestone (glass) jewels – the mid size, sparkling crystal teardrops shown below. I love these. They have high quality facets, terrific sparkle, and – this is important to me! – they’re super comfortable. Big enough to add shine and sparkle – but still petite(ish). And they are a best seller – I think a lot of women agree with me here 🙂

crystal rhinestone teardrop earrings or pendant jewels

And since I just got in a new packet, I’m offering a limited time BOGO sale – buy one pair of these rhinestone earrings or pendant jewels – and get another pair free. And you can substitute any other item in my shop for your second pair, as long as it is equal or lesser value. You know the drill 🙂

Good for only a few days, so don’t wait too long! From Friday, March 23, 2018 through Monday, March 26, 2018 (at midnight), buy one pair, get one pair free!

DIY earring design idea – glass jewels and brass charms

And this is another example of how you can easily combine brass charms – in this case, cute little golden brass acorn charms – with glass jewels. Easy peasy – a DIY earring design idea that you can use, or adapt, or add your own special creative touch 🙂

DIY earring design idea with tiny brass acorn charms and golden tan rhinestone jewels

I these these are really cute just “as is” – but I specially like them because they’re small(ish) and lightweight and would be so comfy.

And pretty, and affordable. Don’t want to forget that part 🙂

Stud Earring Jewels

Sometimes you just want to wear a tiny earring – a little sparkle, a little color, but not dangling, not In Your Face – just pretty. Like these 🙂

classic rhinestone and vintage glass stud earring jewels

And yes, I have more colors available in my Etsy shop. Or just ask, if there’s a color and shape you’re looking for – I might have it, or know where to find it.

Really the point is, is that an earring doesn’t have to be massive to be fun. Sometimes little is just right 😉

Golden smoky topaz glass jewels

The surprise of a more golden “smoky topaz” – I got these recently and was just charmed at their pretty color. Most smoky topaz is a deep – well, smoky – brown, which is a fine rich fall color. Then there’s golden topaz, which is usually golden (yeah, duh, I know), it’s the November birthstone, and has a nice sparkle.

These “golden smoky topaz” are a meld of the two colors – deeper than golden, and with just a lovely rich tone.

golden smoky topaz teardrop pendant

You see what I mean? Just a bit brigher, and cheerier, and well, sparklier. Would love to know what you think of this “new” color!

Vivid glass jewels

Just a quick note this time – I wanted to say, Color. Whatever else you add to your wardrobe this fall, whatever accessories you pick up to, well, pick things up a little – remember that color wakes everything up. And it doesn’t have to cost a lot.

vivid glass jewels in my Etsy shop

Because I sell glass jewels, naturally I thought to show these. A fun pair of earrings to brighten up your black tee and jeans. A pretty solitaire necklace on your LBD.

Or make it a scarf. Or outrageous bright leggings. Or a belt – from the Sally. It doesn’t have to cost much: add some color!