3 Jewelry Projects

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Fire Mountain Gems is my favorite online source for inexpensive beading and jewelry-making supplies. Scroll down to see projects I’ve made using items from Fire Mountain Gems.


Mixed Glass Bead Mix
Pkg of (5) 30-inch Strands

Retail Price: $8.21
Dutch Auction Price: $3.28

Lampworked Glass Bead
Pkg of 2

Retail Price: $5.45
Dutch Auction Price: $2.18

Multi-Colored Chevron Bracelet
Retail Price: $7.15
Dutch Auction Price: $2.86


Silver-Plated Enamel Bead
Retail Price: $11.40
Dutch Auction Price: $4.56

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Bead and Finding Mix
Approximately 150 Pieces

Retail Price: $4.75
Dutch Auction Price: $1.90

Light Blue Glass Bicone Beads
14-inch Strand

Retail Price: $4.50
Dutch Auction Price: $1.80

Multicolored Resin Bead Mix
1/4 Pound Pkg

Retail Price: $3.16
Dutch Auction Price: $1.00

Amethyst Teardrop Beads
14-inch Strand

Retail Price: $4.21
Dutch Auction Price: $1.68


Mini Chip Peridot Beads
36-inch Strand

Retail Price: $2.34
Dutch Auction Price: $0.81

My Fire Mountain Gems Projects:

Statement Stone Necklace

Statement Stone Necklace: This necklace cost me about $4 in supplies from Fire Mountain Gems – including the THREE statement stones I picked up for just $1 (for all three!). Instructions here: Statement Stone Necklace

shrinky bracelets

Shrinky Plastic Charm Bracelets: I used ready-made beaded bracelets (cost 15 cents each!) from Fire Mountain Gems, and then my teen girl crafters created cute charms from shrinky plastic for a cute, updated take on the friendship bracelet. Instructions here: Shrinky Plastic Charm Bracelets.

DIY Oregon Necklace

DIY Painted State Necklace: I always keep readymade necklace chains on hand (from Fire Mountain Gems, of course!) so I can easily assemble pendant necklaces whenever I create a pendant. This necklaces uses a neat technique — painting shrink plastic to create a pretty, colorful textured pendant. Instructions: DIY Painted State Necklace.