Archive for September, 2010

pUnK aCceSsorieS

Dare to be different?Looking for some accessories that will attract other attention on you?
Why don’t you try Punk fashion.

Punk fashion has been extremely commercialized at various times, and many well-established fashion designers — such as Vivienne Westwoodand Jean Paul Gaultier — have used punk elements in their production

Check out these cool punk accessories


cORaL BraChEleTs

Coral is actually the hard, skeletal part of coral polyps, little animals that live in colonies. The coral is actually a limestone. Coral is usually found in warm shallow waters – off the coasts of Florida, Australia, Africa, Brazil, Polynesia, the Caribbean. There are many different species of coral; much of the coral that is used for jewelry comes from the Mediterranean. Coral has been made into jewelry since ancient times, and is a classic jewelry material. The coral jewelry that you own can be worn for many generations.

Coral bracelet is my favorite! Love the peachy coral.  Here i share with you some of the design of coral Bracelets.

So, now you have variety choices of Coral Bracelets.. Start hunting for them as your new collection of accessories

BeAdeD RiNgS

It’s actually a ton of fun making these simple rings. Kids will love them and I bet you will too. They’re great for using up dabs of leftover beads. Here’s how you make ’em:

First pick out a big bead for the center. “Big” is a relative term, anywhere from 4 to 10mm will work, but you’ll want to scale your ring beads to fit the size of your center bead. For a very large center bead use size 6 ring beads, for a small one, use size 10 or 11 seed beads. Use doubled thread for this project. Pick up enough ring beads to reach from the hole halfway around the center bead, and the center bead. Then pick up the same number of ring beads minus one. Go back through the first ring bead you picked up in the first set of ring beads. Tie the short end and the long end of your thread together in a square knot.

Now pick up enough beads to fit around your finger and around half the center bead. Go through the center bead.

Pick up the same number of beads as you picked up in the second set of ring beads in the first step. Count down the number of beads you just picked up from the center bead back on the other side and re-enter the next bead back.

Continue through the entire ring loop and up around one side of the center bead. Pick up one ring bead and go into the bead just across from the bead you left to bridge the gap. If that doesn’t quite fill it, use two beads instead. Continue through the whole ring again and come up the other side of the center bead and bridge the gap on the other side. Continue through the ring again if possible to strengthen it. If you are using larger beads, go through the ring as many times as possible. On your final pass, tie off around the ring threads then complete the pass. Weave in the short end and you’re done. You’ll be amazed at how well the ring will hold it’s shape!


choker is a close-fitting necklace, worn high on the neck. This type of jewellery can consist of one or more bands circling the neck. Chokers can be made of a variety of materials, including velvet, beads, metal, and leather. They often adorned in a variety of ways, including with sequins,studs, a pendants, or a cameo.

The fun thing about choker necklaces is that you can find one made of almost any material, designed in almost any way, and they still look great no matter what! Choker necklaces can be worn by people of all ages, and we carry a selection that caters to the needs, desires, and personal style preferences of everyone.