You may have noticed in our monthly inspiration video that Anna and I were wearing purple. And you probably also noticed that purple is the main color in all of our projects this month. This spring we are all about the color purple, so we had to include our amethyst jewelry in our April craft collection.
Below you will find a list of all of the tools and materials we used to make this gorgeous set of earrings and a matching necklace. Just follow our tutorial to create them on your own!
Amazed by Amethyst
We love looking at the deeper meaning behind what we create. This gemstone is typically viewed as a symbol of peace and stillness. It is also thought to bring clarity and allow the mind to flow freely. These are all things that crafting can also help foster, so this project is especially meaningful!
Ready to invoke a feeling of calm, balance, and peace? Check out our supplies list below, then follow our step-by-step tutorial to make your own amethyst jewelry. When you’re done crafting, be sure to share photos of you wearing your new earring and necklace by tagging #MadeWithLia on Instagram or by sharing in our private Facebook page for members. You could also make this jewelry set as a gift for Mother’ Day, a friend’s birthday, or as an anniversary present.
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- Jewelry Tool Kit – Round Nose Pliers, Needle-Nose Pliers, Wire Cutters
Materials for Earrings
- Gold Wire – 18-Gauge and 28-Gauge
- 2 sets of gold French hooks
- 2 Gold Jump Rings
- 6 Small Amethyst Beads
Materials for Necklace
- Hammered Hoop –35mm or 30mm
- Gold Wire – 28-Gauge
- Gold Chain with Lobster Clasp – 26 inches
- 1 Gold Jump Ring
- 3 Small Amethyst Beads
How to Make Amethyst Jewelry
- Gather the craft tools and materials you need from our list above.
- Cut a piece of 18-gauge wire 9″ long. Use pliers to bend wire slightly off center.
- Shape wire as shown, then bend up short end at 50 degrees; bend long end around short wire.
- Use needle nose pliers to create a loop at the top of shorter wire; trim excess wire.
Full tutorial available for members to download below.