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❥ woodland cottage key - the necklace is made of a vintage key, which i have turned in to a antique gold with a gilders paste. one of my handmade air dry clay acorn, which i have painted and then protected with a varnish. lovely ragged ribbon. moss green mother of pearl bead. picasso flower bead. tiny bit of hand dyed lace. soft moss green velvet ribbon.
Antique Skeleton Key Necklaces with Gemstone Drops - 3 available
Check out these FABULOUS antique skeleton keys that I've embellished with a multi-gemstone drop. These drops contain a garnet, citrine and peridot and are carefully wrapped on sterling silver wire and Bali silver. These keys are approximately 1 1\/2 inches long. Each comes hung on a 17 3\/4 inch chain - the one on the right is an oxidized steel chain and the other 2 are antique brass chains. Please specify which key you would like to order.
How to create Steampunk Jewelry Tutorial DVD set Steampunk | Etsy
The Art of Creating Steampunk Jewelry DVD set - Tutorial Using the cogs, gears, cases, movements and faces, those in this Steampunk jewelry class will be able to create their own attractive works. The possibilities are endless for earrings, pendants or cool thingymawhatchamacallits that are upcycled, repurposed, and assembled from old pocket watches, clocks and wristwatches. All this will be taught using basic tools and materials. Learn about the origins of today’s Steampunk movement as…
Buffalo, NY Necklace - "Charmed" with skeleton key and repurposed costume jewelry charms, locket, cameo
Why "Charmed?" Because this handmade, OOAK necklace is full of charms! A vintage skeleton key hung horizontally becomes a charm holder for a bunch of castoff costume jewelry charms and dangling bits. There's a faux blue cameo, a filigree ball, a fancy-schmancy key, a heart and---of course!---a lil' hand-stamped buffalo in the mix. A round locket for a picture of your own Prince or Princess Charming hangs from a bit of leftover chain. Two light blue faceted glass beads add a little more…
DIY: Silverware Wall Hooks
One of the best things about living in San Francisco is the incredible architecture – we’re widely known for our Victorian and Edwardian abode’s, painted in painfully garish colors or immortalized against a skyline (Holler at my Painted Ladies!). We love our
DIY Jewelry Tutorial: How to Make a Necklace with a Skeleton Key and Beads
Learn how to make a stunning necklace with an old key and some beads. An old skeleton key can become the perfect centerpiece to hang combinations of beads and trinkets to create a unique necklace.