This all happened spontaneously — my husband broke the sugar bowl from the tea set of my grandmother made by the Imperial porcelain factory. I was extremely sorry and I decided to create! And created my first masterpiece, treating the fragments of the sugar bowl and recycling it into an excellent jewelry.
First, let's brew some hot chocolate? :) I generally always work sipping tea or chocolate — all goes better!
- ceramic cabochons,
- beads of one colour but of several shades,
- natural pearls 7-8 mm,
- faux pearls 3 mm,
- accessories (connector, lock, crimps),
- jewelry cable,
- Moment Crystal glue.
Take a vintage jug and break it!
Take perfect pieces and threat the edges:
It should look like this:
Well, then everything is easier!
Glue the cabochons to felt following the order of your future necklace and embroider them around the edges:
Cut out the blank:
And decorate the backside:
See the way the edge is treated and the rings are sewn:
Add beads and the necklace is ready! :)
On the neck.
I hope you've enjoyed my tutorial! :)
Have a nice day!