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Do you want to start fixing broken jewelry at home? Fear not, because we share with you the most common repairs for jewelry and how to do them easily at home. If you have the flat nose or chain nose pliers, you are already halfway there.
Lisa Dooney saved to Handmade pearl jewelry
Learn how to attach jewellery end caps using fast setting epoxy adhesive for a quick jewellery repair.
Martha De Sue saved to Tutorials
Need to use glue for your jewelry-making project and don't know which one to choose? Here's a guide that will help you select the perfect adhesive.
Cindy Marsh saved to jewelry craft
Learn to fix your broken jewelry with this DIY jewelry repair round-up! We'll show you how to shorten a necklace and convert clip-on earrings!
Chic Jewelry saved to Jewelry Repair
Instructions on how you can fix common jewelry problems like tangled and knotted chains and how to make simple jewelry repairs like replacing clasps.
Gayle Birchfield saved to Jewelry Making
1 · Homemade Jewelry Cleaner. Clean your rings, necklaces and earrings at home with this easy, inexpensive and non-toxic homemade jewelry cleaner.
Baking & Spices
- • 2 tbsp Baking soda
- • 1 cup Water, hot
JoAnn Hardwick saved to earrings
In this jewellery repair, I show you how to use bead tips to start and finish your necklaces. Bead tips (or clamshells and calottes as they are sometimes called) come with a built in loop so that you can neatly attach a clasp to give your jewellery repair a very professional finish. #MillLaneStudio #jewelryrepairdiy #howtousebeadtips #jewelrymakiing
Vintage jewelry, by nature, is usually quite old and will often have minor flaws and blemishes. Rhinestone vintage jewelry, in particular, is prone to various stages of wear, since the foil backing of a rhinestone can sometimes be damaged by moisture, or can easily get scratched if the stones are ever replaced. Some rhinestone pieces are very valuable and worth the effort and cost of the restoration. There are several places that sell vintage rhinestones. One company that I have used and…
Lisa Averett saved to Crafts