From time to time I’m browsing at craftster.org and there I found a tutorial on how to make a glass pebble ring, where you can interchange the glass pebble at will.
I was mostly attired in the ‘reusability’ for every mood and colour.
Have fun with the bending
Interchangable glass pebble ring
I had a discussion the other day about all the stuff I simply can’t throw away – and then I found a tutorial about crafting with glasses. She makes beautiful pins from old glasses.
There you go! ;-))
By the way: I personally won’t craft with old glasses, because I found it a better use to spend glasses to people who can’t afford them.
This discussion takes also place at the tutorial and after having read it I think that funkylicious has a point: Those who craft with old glasses can do charity in so many ways.
Crafting with Glasses
Google search result for ‘glasses for africa’
While surfing I found again a tutorial on how to make a freeform trinket. I like it very much (I love Freeform ;-))
And doesn’t it look great?
I must rummage again through my beads ;-))
Note: I’m getting always a timeout when I want to see the heart pendant tutorial. If you have the same problem, try the webarchive version.
Doesn’t the bracelet look great?
I am totally stunned and set it immediately on my What-I-still- want-to-bead-list ;-))
It doesn’t seem to be difficult, it seems to require ‘only’ a certain amount of patience (ehm… ;-)) and the tutorial has very good pictures.
Looped Caterpillar Bracelet
I found a great tutorial for a beaded macramé bracelet with a very interesting closure technique.
I’m not sure if I am patient enough for this bracelet, but I know that I must try it as soon as I find the time!
Beaded Macramé Bracelet