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How to Make Broken China Jewelry the Easy Way

All the previous broken china jewelry featured designers I`ve written about (see below) solder the metal edging. If you are not ready to learn soldering yet, there is another way to incorporate a broken china pendant in your jewelry design.

Shawn Wilson of Shaviq Deisgns came up with this wonderful video tutorial which does not involve soldering. She uses a scrap of leather to back and edge the broken china piece. She also demonstrates how to incorporate a simple wire bail into the back so the broken china piece can be hung as a pendant. Clever!

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  1. That's a very interesting technique. Thanks Pearl.

  2. Seeing as I'm working on my very first broken china project - I'm going to have a lot of extra - might have to try this!

  3. Thank you Pearl, it is always nice to see different methods of doing things because what works for one person might not work for another. I do not do soldering so the old and standard method would not suit my level of expertise...or in-expertise as my case would be.

  4. That's so different and seem to be something extraordinary.I love it and also thanks for sharing it with the tutorial.Fabulous work.

  5. What glue does she use in the tutorial?

  6. Don't know. But the most commonly used glue is E6000. Or you could try a 2 part epoxy glue.

  7. I don't always have the materials for these projects but I love to learn everything possible. Maybe someday. ...when I win the lottery <3
    I'm so thankful for the things I learn here and the exciting contest chances.

    1. You can't always buy everything you want right away. Just start with a few things in the area you are most interested in!!


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