Amala Eunice. jewelry. July 22nd , 2017.
I can still remember sitting in a chemistry class, so bored that I was supporting my increasingly heavy head on the heel of my left hand, when I got a whiff of the most disgusting odour. I looked at the classmate to my left, from where the smell seemed to be emanating. He was an immaculately turned out pupil who smelled more of soap than, well, soap did. The culprit lay closer to home. I gazed down at my wrist. A quick sniff of my watch strap, and I nearly gagged. A few weeks of washing-up at home without bothering to take my watch off had taken its toll. My watch-strap, and particularly the thin rungs that connected the strap to the watch, reeked of rotting detergent and semi-dissolved food particles. It was as though the dog had thown up on my wrist. I was in need of a strong chemical to neutralize the smell. I was in need of a jewelry cleaner.
Collect gemstones and glue them onto the bobby pin. Pass a thread or fine pendant chain through the open end and voila! You have a gorgeous pendant! You could also use glitter buttons and pass the pin through them, then pass a string through.
It is important that the cleanser that you will use on the necklace is mild and devoid of heavy chemicals. Please avoid cleansers with an alcohol base.
Word to the Wise: If you're buying jewelry for collection or for gifting, buying a signed piece has more value. If you're buying to use on a regular basis, even unsigned ones will work fine.
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