Making Mixed Media Jewelry: 4 Free Projects for Incorporating Found Objects Into Your Beaded Jewelry
Are you excited by the idea of making mixed media jewelry, but not sure where to start? Take a look at these four free mixed media jewelry making projects, and find out just how easy it can be to make stunning handcrafted jewelry with found objects! You can easily create beaded earrings, necklaces, bracelets, brooches, and rings using mixed media jewelry-making techniques and almost any found objects you can imagine. Find out how easy it is to get started with mixed media jewelry-making with these four free projects for handcrafted jewelry:
- Linda Larsen's Cool No Tool Bracelet uses a pre-made leather bracelet and whatever fibers, wires, charms, or findings you have handy to make a unique mixed media bracelet.
- Mary Lynn Maloney's Easy Chic Ring Trio is a fun way to use ring bezels meant for epoxy clay or resin.
- Lindsay Burke's Buttercup Pin uses your favorite scrapbook papers to mimic the look of fabric jewelery.
- Bet you never thought that plastic bags would mix so well with freshwater pearls or gemstones in Aksoy Derya's Recycled Bag necklace.
Download your FREE copy of our mixed media jewelry eBook and get started with these four free projects today! Plus, you'll get two blogs from Beading Daily with other ideas for incorporating mixed media jewelry techniques and materials into your bead-weaving projects. What are you waiting for? Get started with mixed media jewelry today!