Well, one artisan who not only wondered but actually made them into jewelry is Wisconsin based Jenny Hoople whose shop on Etsy is called Authentic Arts.
Jenny focuses on natural materials. While she has a BA degree in fine arts, her minor was in geology. So Jenny knows all about rocks and stones! She also has a great eye for form and muted colors as seen by her grouped choices.
Her beautiful natural stone jewelry collection will appeal to those who love both aesthetic and authentically natural jewelry.
Want to make your own drilled stone jewelry? Well, hop over to the PapernStitch blog where Jenny generously wrote a tutorial. She shares invaluable tips on what kind of pebbles to choose and which to avoid. Also included is the extensive how to on tools and drilling.
Before You Go :
- How to Tumble Glass to Make Faux Sea Glass
- How to Drill Sea Glass
- Rare Gemstone : Alexandrite and the Last of the Romanovs
Original Post by THE BEADING GEM
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