Fun to fashion neckwear for both boys and girls.
Create glow-in-the-dark Halloween party favors that look great on boys and girls with this festive Spoonful.com craft.
Here's a Mother's Day gift that mom can proudly wear.
Show off that lucky pebble or one-of-a-kind beach find
With strips of pretty paper and a few drinking straws, you and your child can create beads for a jade necklace that's just as fashionable as the real thing.
This colorful necklace is strung with clay kernels that feature the deep yellow, red, and blue hues found on flint corn.
With seven hardworking miners in the picture, Snow White is bound to have her fair share of diamonds. But the Thanksgiving holiday calls for donning different colored gems -- like this string of ruby red cranberry felt beads.
Lots of colorful starfish live under the sea with Ariel, but this beautiful necklace brings them onto land.
Fashioned from polymer clay, this pretty spiraled shell isn't designed to steal anyone's voice. In fact, it's apt to be a real conversation starter between a young princess and her friends.
Who knew an old pair of pants could turn into such a cute necklace, or even a headband. Simply cut, add beads, tie it together, and voila--an instant accessory.
INstructions for creating a necklace from candy for Halloween.
Small pieces of felted wool can have a big impact when they're turned into beautiful jewelry. Repurpose an old wool sweater or two into stunning necklaces by felting the fabric -- shrinking the wool until it's thick and ravel-proof.
A shell pendant framing a diminutive drawing becomes a wearable work of art.