Collecting charms is a fascinating hobby that can make you go to great length to search for them.
Here we will discuss the various types of charm's materials, ideas for using these trinkets, designs and where to find unique supply and other aspects of this captivating and charming jewellery findings.
You can look out for them at flea markets, jewelry making stores, and second-hand fashion shops. Well, you never know what you will find.
So next time you are out in one of these places, look out for them to add to your jewellery collection.
Base Metal - These are inexpensive one that you can purchase at about a dollar a piece. They are great for making bracelets for young girls.
Sterling Silver - I love these. They are usually make of 925 silver and are just beautiful.
Gold - These are either gold plated or solid gold. Some are hollow and would make quite a jingle on a bracelet with others.
Enamel - Colorful! Either make of inexpensive base metal with enamel coating.
Gemstones - Carved or beaded. These might chip if placed too closed to metal trinkets.
Glass - Sparkling colorful glass beads.
Crystals - Some wear these for healing purposes.
There are lots of uses for these lovely trinkets beside making bracelets. With a bit of imagination and creativity, you can put them to great use. Here are just a few suggestions:
My kitchen cabinets are rather dull looking and everything is white on white. Walls are white, cabinets are white, even the counter-top top is also white.
So, in order to bring some color into the kitchen, I added these to the door knob of each cupboard door.
The charm dangling from it is a heart with filigree.
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