When you want to give unique gifts or just want to wear original, unique jewelry designs, it needs a designer. You do not be as rich as Prince Harry to design a trendy engagement ring for your sweetheart. Read how you now can design your own jewelry.
- Early Start on Designing my Own Jewelry
- I Really Missed DIY of My Jewelry
- Design Is in the Little Details Like the Color of Gemstones
- My Designs Based on Anjolee Elements…
- Love is when you design your wedding bands together …
- Anjolee Has Nearly Endless Options to Design Your Own Jewelry
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Early Start on Designing my Own Jewelry
Some of you may know that I took jewelry making classes for recreation while I was in college. Designing my own jewelry in the size and with the gems in the colors I liked was a great joy. Time went by fast when working on new pieces. For some of my self-made pieces see this post on the history of earrings in fashion.
I already enjoyed making jewelry when I was a little girl – a toddler to be precise. My grandpa once brought beads as a gift for me and I wasn’t seen the entire afternoon. I made a necklace that had alternating pink, white and baby blue plastic beads with little gold colored metal beads between the plastic beads. The best Christmas gift I got as a teenager was a jewelry making box with tools, wires and beads! Again I wasn’t to be found for a long while, as I was making jewelry.
You can imagine how excited I was to find out about Anjolee. This online store makes custom jewelry according to your own designs.Custom-made jewelry is a great way for personal style. #personalstyle Click To Tweet
I Really Missed DIY of My Jewelry
After graduation, I moved and hence had no access anymore to the equipment needed to create jewelry. Furthermore, not being in the class anymore, I also had no access to the material (silver, gold, gemstones, etc.) at the reduced costs at which the jewelers can buy. 🙁 I really loved to make my own jewelry.
Design Is in the Little Details Like the Color of Gemstones
Over the years, I often saw pieces of jewelry and thought “Oh this would be so me if the gemstone were not citrine, but amethyst.” Which is so ironical as they are chemically the same (silicium dioxide SiO2). They just differ by color due to having experienced different physics (heat) during their formation process. Or I thought something like “I love that ring with the oval gemstone, but I would prefer the gemstone being 90o turned around as it would elongate my finger instead of widen it.”
My Designs Based on Anjolee Elements
I am dreaming of a tennis bracelet with all colors of the rainbow going from amethyst, sapphire, emerald, citrine, gold topaz, to ruby. Yes, I know – meteorologists just like rainbows. More on emerald facts here. A tennis bracelet with alternating pink sapphires and rubies would look great with my floral summer dress (featured photo).
You could make a bracelet for your mom with the birthstones of all her grandchildren for her 70th birthday using ovals for girls and octagons for boys. Or for the patriotic niece, you could design a the bracelet above in red, white and blue using rubies, diamonds, and sapphires.
Love Is When You Design Your Wedding Bands Together
You can even design your own bridal sets rings! So romantic! My husband once designed a necklace made of malachite and lapis beads for me. I really love that necklace that he had designed for me. <3
Anjolee Has Nearly Endless Options to Design Your Own Jewelry
Can you imagine how excited I was when I found Anjolee’s online store? They give you lots of inspirations. Moreover, they let you design your own jewelry! They even have pretty cool rotating YouTube videos of their inspirations so you get a three dimensional impression. They permit choosing the gemstones, their cuts, size and settings. You can choose from prong, bezel, half bezel, pave, and other settings. They have nearly everything from Princess cut, heart cut, round, octagon, you name it. They offer the choice between diamonds, topaz, citrine, garnet, amethyst, just to mention a few options.
What is the piece of jewelry that you always have dreamed up, but could never find something that came even close? When will you start to design your own jewelry?
Photos of me: G. Kramm
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