Yes you can!
I had no idea that it was possible to make jewelry this stunning, so quickly, without using tools until Prima Bead sent me some of their products to try.
I discovered that it’s a snap to make DIY unique personalized jewelry with Prima Bead’s stylish collection of ‘Snap in Style’ and ‘Make the Connection’ pendants, snaps, bases and connectors.
Like this statement ring!
Don’t own jewelry tools? You’ve never made jewelry? No worries!
Simple snaps connect these pieces to instantly create jewelry that reflects your own style and mood, no expertise required!
With Prima Bead it doesn’t have to be difficult or time consuming to make your own interchangeable jewelry pieces perfect for everyday, T shirt and jeans, family get-togethers or more formal holiday parties!
It’s easy to make pieces like this!
One Ring Base makes all 3 of these rings, just change the snap and you have a different ring!
Change them up to coordinate with your different outfits.
Now lets make a necklace!
1) Pick your short, medium or long connectors and a pendant
2) Snap together
3) Now you have a statement necklace!
If you love jewelry and love to own quality unique pieces made to your taste and style, Prima Bead is a great resource for a wide variety of no-tools-required and traditional jewelry making supplies!
I know they are going to be my new go-to jewelry pieces!
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Written by Heather at Setting for Four
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