Jyotsna Nitika. jewelry. February 06th , 2017.
Growing up in Southern California, Payer was surrounded by an artistic family who encouraged her to pursue creative expression in all its forms, whether it was keeping journals or studying sculpture and drawing. "I believe in pieces having a wonder about them. I like making things that are at once both powerful and private," says Payer.
Agate and quartz are very suitable for tumbling in a rock tumbler. Any rock with a hardness of 5-7 on the hardness scale will generally take a nice polish in a rock tumbler. If the rough rock has a glassy luster before polishing, it will usually take a nice shine. If the rough rock has an earthy luster before starting, it will generally have an earthy luster after tumbling. Tumbled and polished rocks have been very popular with hobbyists and collectors for generations. Finished stones can be collected and traded, or used for beautiful ornamental pieces.
Clip bobby pins onto a card and paint them in glitter shades. Glue/pin brooches, buttons, and gemstones onto the pins, attach earring hooks with/without rubber supports, and you'll have stud-style earrings ready! You could use a variety of stones instead of just one. Pair these with the right outfits.
When wearing this jewelry for special occasions, ensure that it is the last thing you wear. In essence, you should wear it after you are done styling your hair, wearing your clothes and makeup, and after you have washed your hands after using all these products. Any contact with acidic products will have the stone lose its shine.
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