Homemade Jewelry

After being introduced to wire jewelry making through our Celtic History Co-op the girls and I were hooked. This new handicraft was relatively easy and not super expensive to get started with. We spent $10 or so on the book Wire and Bead Celtic Jewelry by Linda Jones, $15 on the beading plier tools, and another $20 on various wire and beads.

Last week we spread our jewelry making supplies all over the floor and each made something.

Necklace made by my 5 year old.

Necklace pendant made by me (left), pendant made by my 10 year old daughter (right).

These supplies would make a nice gift to a crafty child or adult.

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  1. Hi!

    I'm Shar!
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    LOVE your blog! Very informational and interesting! :)



  2. How pretty! And so much fun! Thanks for sharing on The Creative HomeAcre Hop! I would love to have you share this again on The HomeAcre Hop on Thursday...I encourage homeschoolers to share their posts there too!

  3. Hope to see you tomorrow on the next Creative HomeAcre hop!


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