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Blue Jean Jewelry Set

Blue Jean Jewelry Set – Our DIY Saturday this week is celebrating the end of school and the beginning of Summer.  The Blue Jean Jewelry Set is a stunning boho chic design.  The Blue Jean Necklace is an advanced project.  It is handcrafted using Bead Gallery® light blue iris hematite stone 3mm, light blue glass 4mm round, light blue 6mm glass round, synthetic lapis stone 6mm round, purple glass 2.5mm cubes, blue glass luster drop 4x6mm, silver iris glass tube 3x4mm and our ready-to-wear silver-plated 30″ necklace.  The findings are an antique silver tone. blank-bar2Blue Jeans Necklace watermarkblank-bar2Click Me copyblank-bar2Next we have the perfect beginner project.  If you can form a simple knot then you can create these beautiful bracelets.  The Blue Jean Bracelets are handcrafted using Bead Gallery® light blue iris hematite stone 3mm, light blue glass 4mm round, light blue 6mm glass round, synthetic lapis stone 6mm round, purple glass 2.5mm cubes, silver iris glass tube 3x4mm, grey glass 2x3mm, blue glass luster drop 4x6mm, silver 3mm glass faceted round, blue glass rondelle 6x8mm, silver luster glass 2x3mm, glass rondelle silver-plated 2x3mm, Charm Gallery® silver-plated lotus flower, silver-plated elephant charm, silver-plated Buddha charm and silver-plated Aum coin charm.

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About Denise Yezbak Moore

Denise Yezbak Moore, is a self-taught artisan who incorporates romantic, sophisticated and even whimsical overtones into her pieces. She enjoys dabbling in Art Clay Silver, resin and wirework. She is a member of the Halcraft Bead Team and is a certified Michaels jewelry instructor.

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  1. Brenda N Adams June 18, 2016

    Beautiful, I’m just started to really getting into making jewelry. I love your designs, that is what is the hardest thing to do but once you get those ideal together and design and make its rewarding. I’m going to make these jewelry pieces.

    Thank you Denise