I love making jewelry. Just a few beads and a few threads and you get beautiful designs. You can customize your own jewelry according to the dress you are wearing. I started making mine while I was in school. So we had these art classes twice a week and we were supposed to choose one craft for a year. And yes, I chose this. Its been more than 10 years I've been loving this. And I thought why not pass on this knowledge on to you! You can start making your jewelry and also, start your own jewelry making business! Isn't that great! In fact, I host my own jewelry exhibitions every year. I thoroughly enjoy the process. I am having one in a few days. I'll make sure I make a vlog so that you can see what goes inside. But now, without much delay, lets begin with the basic materials you need to begin with this craft.
Do you love creating art? Well, obviously yes! That's one of the reasons you are reading this. We all have mobile phones now. Life seems impossible without it. Our phones stay with us 24*7. Almost everywhere. So its but natural to expect a nice back cover for it. And there are times when we want our covers to match our outfit or match a certain theme? What do we do then? Buy a new cover? Not always, right! They are expensive and we do have a lot of other expenses to take care of. In that case, we can create one for ourselves. At home. Yes, you heard it right. Today I'll show you what I do in such situations. A very simple DIY.
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