Making Affordable Jewellery
The Pearl Necklace - A Classic Seller
2016 Monthly Planner
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However, your can make great necklaces, bracelets and earrings from less-expensive beads, like shell and glass. Glass pearls look fantastic, but cost very little.
Wooden beads look good too. Cheap to buy, and have the added appeal of being natural. Chip beads are always great value, especially as they are usually in double-length strings which go a long way.
Another way to save making jewellery is to use more findings, like spacer beads. Not only does this save you on expensive gemstone beads, but it gives your design more style. For ideas see some budget jewellery for sale in the UK at jewellers Pia:
You can sell a pearl necklace at a good price – because customers’ expect them to be expensive
Pearl necklaces also make much-appreciated lasting gifts. Jewellery created with large pearls, especially black, make the wearer look like a movie-star. Adding confidence no other fashion accessory could. Even small children ooze class with light shades of white or coloured pearls.
Look online or in magazines for design inspiration. Some string four strands of pearls together for a necklace, others make the pearls go further by knotting and combining with different beads like lapis or turquoise and a catch. Sometimes just a simple choker is all you’re after.
For maximum profit sell matching sets: necklace, earrings and bracelet.
You will normally need more than one string to make a necklace, except for a short choker with other beads added. Pearls are usually sold in 15-inch strings, and there will only be a few on the string the size quoted. A Choker necklace is 16-inches long, a Princess necklace 18-inches, and a Matinee necklace 24-inches. A bracelet is usually 7-inches and an anklet 9-inches long.
See our many pearl beads at MrBead.co.uk or MrBead.com
Our mother-of-pearl and shell beads at MrBead.co.uk or MrBead.com
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