Jewelry Making With I Spy DIY | Jenni Radosevich | Skillshare
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4 Lessons (18m)
    • 1. Trailer

      0:38
    • 2. Layer One Video

      8:23
    • 3. Layer Two Video

      3:58
    • 4. Final Layer Video

      4:50
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About This Class

Learn how to spot trends and create them on our own, in your personal style and for your budget - that’s the skill behind DIY. Leave this class with an on-trend, ready-to-wear necklace of your own creation!

I started I Spy DIY after working at InStyle Magazine in NYC for over 5 years. Spending that much time with some of the most beautiful fashion I’d ever seen, I taught myself how to turn trends I loved intro projects I could afford. Since then, my work has been featured in Elle, Lucky and CNN. My first book - I Spy DIY Style - was released this past April and I’m now writing a monthly DIY column for InStyle. I learned how to DIY by turning trends into projects which is why I’m excited to help you do the same. 

In this class we’ll cover jewelry-making: start with a bracelet and work your way up to a multi-layer necklace.

Here are the supplies you'll need and some stores where you can purchase them:

Supplies

  • 1 yard 10mm silver chain
  • 1 yard 12mm silver chain
  • 1 ft rhinestone chain
  • Howlite beads (turquoise or any color) (24 units)
  • Nylon Thread (one or two colors)
  • 15 Jump rings
  • 2 Lobster Clasp
  • Jewelry Monofilament clear cord .25mm
  • Jewelry Pliers
  • 1 ft Faux Suede Cord 3mm
  • 1 Yard thin black ribbon

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Meet Your Teacher

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Jenni Radosevich

I Spy DIY Blogger and Author, InStyle columnist

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Jenni Radosevich is founder of I Spy DIY- and author of "I Spy DIY Style". Before taking on full-time DIY-ing, Jenni worked at InStyle magazine in NYC for 5.5 years, giving her occasion to find herself surrounded by the most breathtaking, straight off the runway, clothing. Living on a budget in New York kept many of those pieces at arms' length.

Spending her days flipping through hundreds of celeb style pictures, scouring the runways for trends, and being surrounded by New York's most stylish women inspired her to find ways to emulate without breaking the bank. She's been spotting great style and DIY-ing it ever since! Jenni also released her first book, I Spy DIY Style, will includes 30 new projects inspired by celebrities, runway and vintage looks, with tips and ideas from desi... See full profile

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Transcripts

2. Layer One Video: - Hi. - This is Jenny from my side. - Why? - And say we're here with skilled share, - making a statement necklace, - and I'm gonna walk you through some of the saps just so you can learn how to make this - necklace you all. - I've got all materials. - I have everything right here. - And for the first step, - what we're gonna do is take our chain with one larger piece on the bottom and then to - shorter pieces and kind of lay it in the u shape that you're not the first step. - We take our chain and Brian Stones, - and then the sweet port and that string. - And for this first step, - you're gonna want Teoh layout support and then layer on Ryan Stone and we're gonna wrap the - string around it all free. - So first, - IHS a couple feet of this and that you're gonna start with double nuts around three. - And then what you do is you just keep wrapping it So you appetite double mass, - start weeping through your chain and we want Teoh leaving through each one. - So you're connecting and Rhinestones way each one. - Um, - yeah. - So you keep leaving it through like this so that the right stone is the leather sandwiched - between the Rhinestone on the chain. - You get all this one is adding the Rhinestones chain. - Now, - second technique that working into is your rents. - Is there gonna be all along the side of the chain we're gonna add? - So final goal is for it's like this on to achieve that Take two pieces of chain, - and that it is I actually this - So this just makes a little bit thicker. - I tied the ends of these two No this'll way your two pieces of smaller chain are connected - related to this flat next to each other like this? - No, - If you want Teoh, - you tie not on the side. - So all three pieces stay together. - Dio criss cross pattern. - So we're gonna come up through this side and then down to one that's kitty corner - through - this line, - you're doing every other and then going - no - Savannah to let something like this on to get the crisscross. - When you reach the end, - you can cut another piece of three pieces of string and then you'll do the exact same thing - with in the other direction. - So we'll start to create this cross. - Oh, - and that when you finish the entire thing, - this is how it should look with the Rhinestone. - Your your sweet chord. - He's a chain, - and then you're my long board connecting the other piece of change. 3. Layer Two Video: - Hi. - This is Jenny from ice. - My D i Y welcome to week three of creating the statement necklace with skill share. - Um, - last week, - way created this. - I hope everyone got this far on. - And now this week, - we're gonna add on this part of the necklace. - So what we do for that is gonna take larger chain this time and step one, - it's to just simply leave your black ribbon through the larger chain. - And if you're in, - start to fray or anything like that. - You always take a lighter and quickly run the flame on the end of the ribbon just to keep - it from praying. - You just me of your piece of black ribbon through each link, - and And what you're going into is just tying knots like this, - and then it will be good. - Easier for you to leave it. - Okay, - so when you're all the way through look like this and the next you have to add our deeds. - You can use turquoise feeds or whatever color beings you want. - I picture and mine came on a string, - and so I'm gonna cut this for the next step. - Toe add beads. - Way. - Teoh iss string Indeed. - After you double not, - It's the I want to change your string, - your beauty. - Then you're gonna underneath chain and up through it Expedia the same thing. - Way to go down underneath the chain and come up and you're gonna want to dio one eat it for - everything. - So that's then it starts creating this pattern one more where you spread it on underneath. - Our needs are about to change. - So this is the final product for week three, - and next week we're gonna be combining this piece with this piece and then adding all - things. 4. Final Layer Video: - This is Jenny from my side D i y And we're here for the final week of are still share of D - I Y project and we're making a statement necklace on and so far weak to we created this - fuse. - Wait three way created this piece. - And now we're just gonna attach the two and at our class and a couple things that you want - to do before you ready addle your jump brings is you want to just make sure that all of - your road and not secure So I like to do lighter is just burn and edges And then after that - later, - really make sure that not stay now are not secure again. - Now go from unraveling. - So you wanna lay up to pieces out next to each other like this and make sure that they're - both the same length. - We're gonna start adding our jump rains. - This is when you want to get jewelry players one. - Next, - these two gene using you're jumping jewelry, - little mini set of tires to perfect take with you wherever you go so you can make jewelers - and then it's do the same on the other side. - If you want you can add a couple of jump brings in the middle of the necklace is to make - sure to stay together. - - Then - he wants at this point, - you could just buy the necklace on with Sexual Is is a ribbon or you want to add your - lobster. - You can add a couple additional job rains middle chain, - other side to, - and then when you're finished adding your jump brings, - attach your two pieces, - you trim off the excess black driven, - and I like to dab it onto my knots to make sure that they're really stay. - And then you have your final statement necklace. - I can't wait to see yours and make sure upload and finish necklaces to the classroom on I - can't see you next time, - Thanks.