How to make Rockstar Jewelry

Do you have a wanna be Rockstar in your life? I have the perfect little tutorial for you! I made Rockstar Jewelery for Gabrielle the other day and I can’t wait to surprise her with her very own Rock Star jewelry set!

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I came across these little charms as I was shopping for Valentine charms that I used to create the DIY Charm Necklaces. I just couldn’t leave the store without buying them, I just knew that they would be perfect for Gabrielle. Not only were they cute, but only $3.97. With the little kit I could make one necklace with chain I already had and three pairs of earrings.

How to make Rockstar Jewelry

– Charm kit (7 Piece Metal/Acrylic Guitar Charm Silver – I picked mine up at Walmart.)
– Chain
– Lobster Clasp
– Jump-rings 3x
– Earrings Hooks 6x
– Flat nose pliers
– Round nose pliers

Supplies need to make a necklace and earrings

Step 1: With the help of flat nose pliers, I opened two jump-rings and added them to each end of the chain. I closed one right away and before closing the second one, I added the lobster clasp to it.
How to add a lobster clasp How to add a lobster clasp and jump-rings

Step 2: I opened the third jump-ring and looped in the guitar. I attached the jump ring to the chain and then I closed it. (The necklace is now complete.)
How to make a guitar necklace

Now that the necklace is finished, I proceeded to work on the earrings.
Step 3: I used round-nosed pliers to open the end of the earring hooks. Once the hooks were all opened, I inserted a charm on each. I used the round-nosed pliers to close them.
How to make Rock Star Earrings

It’s that simple!!

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Do you think Gabrielle is going to like her new Rock Star Jewelry? I sure hope so!!
Next time I go shopping I’ll pick up a princess charm kit for Emanuelle.

Hope you are having a BEAUTIFUL day!


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  1. says

    Hi Chritine – I just found you. Love your tutorials for the jewelry. You have a great way of explaining and photographing. Thanks! Looking forward to following along in the future . . .