10 Boho Jewelry Designs to Mix & Match and Make in Minutes!

Hi friends! Today we are going to make some fun boho style jewelry!

This casual style of this kind of jewelry makes it perfect for everyday wear, and you can be as funky or understated as you like. Best of all you can swap out cords, chain, beads or clasps to your liking. Watch the video and see how fun and easy it is to make boho style jewelry!

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  • A handy supply list for all projects can be found here.

You don’t have to have a lot of time, supplies or money to get started making boho style jewelry. You can always start with the supplies you have and add a few items to your stash and go from there. If you do want to pick up some new supplies, please check out Antelope Beads. You can save 20% on your order with coupon code boho20 now through August 8th, 2019. I hope you enjoyed these fun projects and til next time, happy crafting!

2 Responses

  1. I love what you did with the selection of beads that you chose. Also you make great videos because you allow the camera to really get in there and show us what you are doing

    On Mon, Jul 29, 2019, 4:55 PM The Frugal Crafter Blog wrote:

    > thefrugalcrafter Lindsay Weirich posted: ” Hi friends! Today we are going > to make some fun boho style jewelry! This casual style of this kind of > jewelry makes it perfect for everyday wear, and you can be as funky or > understated as you like. Best of all you can swap out cords, chain, beads” >

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  2. Hello Lindsey! I am SOOOO happy that you have a blurb about something other than painting, and most especially happy that your selection is jewelry. I loved the older videos where you shared how to make, well, practically everything, how to make stencils, how to organize (perish the thought!). I’ve missed that a very lot and wish you would branch out again instead of just featuring painting – which is lovely, but I couldn’t even paint a barn straight, so they are not of interest to me.

    Thank you very much!

    Shari Carter

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