DIY Microbead Manicure is here

Fresh manicure
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Have you been dying to try a microbead manicure – well then look no further than this cool little tutorial we found – enjoy!

Microbead Manicure Tutorial | Tween Crafts – Connecting Mom and

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I stumbled upon the “Caviar Manicure” lately, and knew I had to try my own DIY version. And who better to be my guinea pigs than two tweens who w…

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New DIY – make your own Vanity Mirror

Make Your Own Vanity Mirror
Make Your Own Vanity Mirror

Hey GirlMoguls, it’s Daisy here and I have our newest project from our friend Ruby over at www.makeitruby.com, the complete DIY site just for us gals.  Be sure to head on over and check out all her other cool stuff  – and be sure to check out this cute project.

“Vanity Mirror Summer Cheer”

Ruby’s Tool Kit:

  • scissors
  • glue
  • holepunch
  • grommets
  • duct tape,
  • suction cup hooks,
  • ribbon, silk or plastic flowers

1. Reuse strips of pretty ribbon. Make sure to leave three inches extra to fold over for reinforcement so you can hang it.

2. Fold over top end of ribbon & hot glue down. Two inches from top punch a hole & reinforce with a grommet.

3. Carefully secure flowers with hot glue. Use suction cup hook to hang onto your vanity mirror for a ton of SUMMER CHEER:)

Cheers, Ruby from www.makeitruby.com

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DIY – Make Your Own Venetian Bracelet

DIY Project: Venetian Necklaces!

make-your-own-venetian-glass-braceletHey girls. I went to school and there was this awesome guest speaker who is a jewelry artist. She came to art class to teach us how to make a specific necklace called Venetian Necklaces. Here’s what you need:

  1. 1 string of seed beads (they come super cheap at any craft store; they are the tiny filler beads)
  2. 3 big, main beads in the style of your choice
  3. 6 medium sized beads that match the big ones
  4. 6 smaller beads that match the rest!
  5. Tiger tail (also really cheap at craft stores; its thin titanium used to make necklace instead of string)
  6. A closure

make-your-own-venetian-glass-bracelet2Here’s how you make one: I’m going to call the BIG beads “A” beads, the medium beads “B” beads, and the small beads “C” beads to make things easier. Start by cutting a long piece of tiger tail and knot one end. Now you can start beading! Start by stringing about 75 seed beads onto the string. That was easy! Here comes the technique part: next, add a C bead, ONE seed bead, a B bead, ONE seed bead, an A bead, ONE seed bead, a B bead, ONE seed bead, and then lastly, another C bead. Do you see the pattern? It’s called an ellipse, and shaped like an eye. Add about 20 seed beads, then do the pattern again: C, seed, B, seed, A, seed, B, seed, C. Add another 20 seed beads, and then the pattern again: C, seed, B, seed, A, seed, B, seed, C. Add the last 75 seed beads, and knot the other end! You now have a beautiful Venetian style necklace. Make sure you ask your patterns to put on the closer, and wear with pride! Check out the necklaces I made!

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