Martha Stewart DIY Jewelry Line ~ Get Creative!
Tutorial: To paint the simple medallion below, you take Martha Stewart jewelry enamel and jewelry enamel activator and you mix one part of the enamel with two parts of the activator. You simply mix them together with a tooth pick, and you are done. Then with a silicone tipped Martha Stewart enamel applicator you dip it into the paint and start adding your enamel to your jewelry pieces. Its super easy to do, and with the right Martha Stewart tools its a breeze.
Below is more jewelry I painted with Martha Stewart jewelry enamel paint and paint activator.
With more Martha Stewart tools and adhesives, I took some Martha Stewart jewelry glue and added it to the metal medallion charm and then placed my rosette on top. I pressed firmly down on the rosette and let it dry. You can embellish your necklaces with more diamond studs and diamond holders. Simply by using more jewelry glue and some ring fasteners.
Below I took a Martha Stewart rhinestone bow and cut some jewelry wire that I fed through the Martha Stewart locket. I then twisted the wire inside the locket and was done attaching the rhinestone bow. I also embellished the necklace with a rhinestone charm and a enamel flower. 4-5 minute’s to make a necklace with some beautiful jewelry pieces by Martha Stewart
Here is the pretty bow necklace all finished. She is going to my daughter for her birthday.
Do you like? Well I love them, and had the funnest time creating all of them. I still plan on making a lot more stuff too.
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4 thoughts on “Martha Stewart DIY Jewelry Line ~ Get Creative!”
I bet you had a ball making all these things. I love the anchors…anything water related is just my style. Hope all is well with you and your little people!
Classy! But what are the markers you used?
Look great. Very interested.
I saw these at Michaels and am totally intrigued! Thanks for sharing.
Aww these look amazing, great photos as well. Really pretty work.
Thanks for sharing, have you other posts like this, I would love to see your other crafts.