jewelry. Thursday , September 28th , 2017 - 16:02:52 PM
Tribal jewelry was usually made of materials such as animal bones, teeth, ivory, stones, semi-precious stones, shells, wood and other such natural materials found around their habitats. Even dried berries or seeds of fruits were used to make jewelry.
Phosphate-free detergent is also recommended. You also probably have heard of many people using toothpaste in cleaning their sterling silver jewelry. However, experts warn that it might actually be too coarse, leaving dull scratches on your silver item.
Beads are the easiest and the most universal substance to make jewelry out of. Once you know the basics, you can make beautiful and distinct beaded necklaces and bracelets in the most creative and innovative manner. In order to make one of those beaded necklaces in the picture here, you just need to assemble beads of different colors, shapes, and sizes. Use a strong thread, or a beading wire, and start creating crazy necklace styles and patterns. Make it long, make it short, make it multi-colored... it's bound to catch the eye!
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