It takes only one statement jewellery piece to elevate any look. And while you may be thinking of your next jewellery purchase, allow us give you a better suggestion—a jewellery DIY! It’ll not only add a personal touch but you can be sure that you won’t spot anyone else wearing it. Try these 5 jewellery DIYs to lend your wardrobe an interesting twist...
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Donut bangle

Donut bangle

Turn your old bangle into a yummy piece of art. Put your favourite pink nail colour to good use and paint the top surface of your bangle. After it’s completely dry, paint in the sprinklers with other bright colours such as blue, green and yellow.Yummylicious!

DIY credit: http://kittenhood.ro/

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Delicate rings

Delicate rings

Cut a simple iron wire into single rings. Now cut each ring from the centre and insert any kind of embellishment you want to turn it into a delicate finger piece. We suggest you make 3-4 rings and wear them all at once or one at a time to make a statement every single day.

DIY credit: http://www.lebenslustiger.com/

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Boho bangles

Boho bangles

Line the inside of the bangles with double sided tape. Now start wrapping the wool over the bangle and add a finishing touch by weaving in and out of the wrapped strands of the yarn. Create your own design to add a personal touch. Make as many as you need to match any outfit you need.

DIY credit: http://mypoppet.com.au/

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Gold feather earrings

Gold feather earrings

Cut two feathers of equal sizes out of a leather piece and paint them in dual colours (spray or fabric paint), turquoise and gold or brown or gold. Be careful to secure the areas with tapes while painting so that the two colours do not merge with one another. After the paints dry, give it a fringe like finishing touch with a pair of scissors and attach hooks for a pair of gypsy earrings.

DIY credit: http://www.brit.co/

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Ombre tassel necklace

Ombre tassel necklace

Create 5 tubs of paint in shades of pink, from the lightest to the darkest. Now make 5 tassels with white threads and dip each in one tub. Remove after 20 minutes and let dry. Insert them in a gold linkchain and you have a very creative necklace to spice up your basic tee and jeans.

DIY credit: http://www.brit.co/