21 Blue Jewelry Ideas
This necklace is made of pearls and onyx round flat beads. It consists of four strings of black, grey and blue pearls in different sizes which I separated with little metallic pony beads. I used round flat onyx beads here and there to connect the strings and to finish the necklace of. The clasp is […]
Very simple and fun piece! I’ve used a tigertail wire base, with no clasps. Inexpensive materials include: blue ceramic disc beads in small and large, tiger eye beads, a dichroic glass pendant, and a few metallic seed beads! Make sure to make the initial strand very long! Good luck!
This necklace consists of blue translucent glass stones fixed in silver plated wire. I wove the wire around the stone to create a snail shape. The lace that forms the top part of the necklace is a spiral chainmaille technique using silver plated chains. The pendant was woven and the stone is caged in the […]
I strung random glass beads and Swarovski crystals onto a sterling wire which I then wrapped onto a handcrafted wire cuff to create this bracelet. It took some time, patience, creativity and lots of wire. I wanted to create something I could wear to work, weddings or casually.
This bracelet consists of different size blue freshwater pearls, alternating with Bali spacer beads and clear Swarovski crystals. For the clasp, I used a small lobster claw clasp on one side and a split ring on the other side. I covered the crimp beads with bead covers. This bracelet looks great and really sparkles because […]
I love making unique pieces of jewelry. This necklace consists of a strand of delicate freshwater pearls with briolette shaped mother of pearl beads. The simple clasp and findings are sterling silver. This necklace has a wonderful summer feel to it, like being by the ocean. I think the slightly green tint of the freshwater […]
After finding these perfectly round, vintage sea glass beads while shopping for supplies, I knew I had to incorporate them into a fun jewelry design for the summer. Because of their size (12mm), I immediately thought of a bracelet. To enhance the colors of the beads, I created a simple color pattern, detailed with just […]
This pendant was made from fine silver wire, copper wire and adorned with natural turquoise stones, sterling silver beads and copper beads, oxidized for an antique look, polished and treated with a sealer to stabilize the oxidation and preserve the color of the metals. They were wire wrapped, hammered and polished at every step. Pendant […]
A chain and wire-strand necklace with a hammered steel toggle clasp. Made with sodalite beads and pendant, small Swarovski bicone crystals, and mother-of-pearl spears. Simply attach the tigertail wire to one end of a bit of chain, string your beads, and then connect the wire to the other side of the chain! All materials used […]
These earrings are made of blue shell disc beads with a cluster of dangles attached on the end of silver chain. Each dangle consists of two faceted crystal beads on either side of a larger sparkly blue disco ball bead, thread onto a head pin. The dangles are attached to different parts of the chain […]photo credit
I used glass beads of delightful blues and greens and attached them to a sterling silver plated chain with square and round jump rings. I made the ‘S’ clasp from 16 gauge sterling silver wire. This piece is breezy and cool and remind me of the waters of Cancun Mexico, thus, the name!
All I wanted with these beads was for the shape and color to take front and center. The puffy triangle shape of the onyx made a beautiful statement. To highlight it’s beauty I used sterling silver beads and two square filigree bead caps. Since this is a fairly weighty piece, I added additional reinforcements by […]
I love the delicacy of patterns found in porcelain beads. This piece is longer–strung on 6 strands of 20 inches of tiger tail, 3 strands on each side. I wove seed beads in shades of blue, green and gold are together with electric blue glass beads and porcelain beads, (rounds as well as cylindrical beads). […]
This bracelet is made of tumbled blue turquoise gemstone nuggets, cranberry-colored freshwater cultured pearls and sterling silver beads. To finish this piece I used a lobster clasp and added a turquoise gemstone and silver puffed heart that dangles off the clasp. I really enjoy using unique gemstones in my jewelry designs.
The vast majority of my pieces are symmetrical and I wanted to experiment with an asymmetrical design. The large pendants are turquoise dyed jasper and the smaller round beads are amazonite separated with small silver-plated spacers and wire wrapped glass turqoise beads. The final bead dangling from the very bottom is a large, ornate silver-plated […]
I like to recycle everything, including my beads. To make this necklace I re-used turquoise chips from a pair of flip-flops. I worked with two different lengths of bead stringing wire. On the longer part of this necklace I alternated the turquoise chips with glass seed beads. After several different trials I decided to use […]
This necklace represents my love of the ocean and the beach. It began with a handmade lampwork cabochon which I surrounded with several colors of seed beads, glass pearls and Swarovski crystals. The upper part of the necklace is sky blue jade and the fringe is a gathering of freshwater Biwa pearls, glass pearls, Swarovski […]
Turquoise ladder beads click and clack around your wrist in this fun and simple design. You can’t help but feel you are walking in the clouds when wearing this! What you will need: 14 – turquoise ladder beads 13 – Bali style barrel spacers 2 – 2x 1 crimp tubes 4 – 4 mm sterling […]