Anklets are very popular amongst Indian ladies. They worn these on their ankles as ornaments.
Today, modern women adorn their ankles with trendy jewelries and wear them with evening gowns, day dresses, shorts or jeans.
Indian dancers wear those that have bells and or with hollow beads and charms added so that when they dance, these adornments emphasize their movements with rhythmic jangles.
Take a walk down little India and you will see some of the ladies wearing these foot jewelry. They look especially beautiful on dainty feet with painted nails.
Here are a few designs that I have made listed here. Just click on the links below and you will be brought to a page of instructions to create them.
Romantic anklet of pearlescent hearts.
Included is another design using lilac colour leaf charms if you don't want heart shaped pearlescent bead drops.
Thong made from leather and die-cut flowers. This is a very simple design - a simple and casual adornment for your ankle using leather thong and three leather die-cut flowers.
A chain and a sandal charm make up this piece of costume jewelry to adorn your ankle for a walk along the beach.
Cute silver sandals on a light silver chain.
I will be adding more projects to this section so do come back and visit again.
There are two kinds; flexible and non-flexible. Flexible are those made with chains and beads while those inflexible ones are made of flat sheets just like bangles.
Material used are usually either gold, silver, non-precious metals or leather. Gemstones, glass beads, charms, bells and other embellishments are also used to adorn them.
Today, flexible ankle jewelries are very popular in the west and are worn by older as well as younger women.
Usually the length of an adornment for the ankle is 9 inches long but some whose ankles are thicker will need a longer one. If you are not too sure about the size, just add an extension chain of about an inch in length.
If you love making jewelry, you should also try making one of these for yourself. They are quite easy to make; much simpler than making bracelets.
So, go make one for yourself! These are not only for children - to keep track of their movement - but are also fashion statement for trendy women. Have a pedicure, add some nail arts and adorn your ankle with a lovely piece of jewelry. Take a walk or go dancing and have fun!
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