Monday, August 10, 2009

Make Your Own Broken China Jewelry

Am I crazy?!? I create broken china jewelry and now I'm ready to share my secrets so you can make your own. I'm not crazy. I just know there are so many talented people that want to make their own broken china jewelry but don't know where to start. I now have the solution for you. I've created an e-book that will show you step by step how to make your own jewelry and, you still have time to order the book, create your own pendants or ornaments and cross off those hard to buy for people on your holiday list.

In this book you will learn two different methods of cutting and shaping your china. I'll also show you how to foil, solder and finish your pendants or ornaments. This is such a fun art project and can be very personal. I'm sure you have some old china or know of the china patterns that your grandmothers may have treasured. Some of it may be chipped or cracked and is so precious you can't throw it away but there is nothing else you can do with it. Make it into keepsake jewelry or ornaments!

This e-book contains 36 pages of detailed instruction and almost 100 photographs to guide you. Also, I'm always available by e-mail to answer any questions that may come along.

Go to my Etsy shop here to order your copy ~

Also, I am putting together a great tutorial for making these personalized photo magnets.

Check back soon. I plan to have this tutorial up in a few days.


Lynn@ The Vintage Nest said...

I think this is a wonderful idea. You are not crazy! Lots of me....don't have time to learn one more thing and want someone else to make it for them. Which brings me to this. I am Christmas shopping. Will you be putting any more of those wonderful business card holders up for sale? I want to get one for my son's best girl. ummm...inquiring minds want to know. xo Lynn

Lynn@ The Vintage Nest said...

hey again! I forgot to answer your question you asked over at my blog. Yes, you sure can add an antiquing glaze if you want on the book boxes. I do...but I just use a craft brown paint and just kind of give it a wash in certain spots.

Anita said...

will this show me how to make some that have silver trim...or is it all copper foil? I have 6 boxes of broken dishes int he basement that I make moaics with...some small pieces would be cool too...