Color-power boho earrings. I found these earrings at fashion-conscience.com. They’re called: Fair Trade Beaded Hoop Earrings. And they are so lovely. Easy to make, too.
Here are more boho jewelery beauties, mostly handmade…

These earrings are by fellow Tumblr jewelery-maker, Bohemia Jewellery. Aren’t they gorgeous? Love’em. Handmade!
Check this out!

This is a Bohemian hippie friendship bracelet over at Etsy’s One of a Kind Jewelry Design (OOAKjewel)

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I did mention before (here and on my other blog), my love for Pom Poms, and how delighted I was seeing this pom pom hippie bracelet, also by the above-mentioned Etsy creator.

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Source: thevitrine.com via Karboojeh on Pinterest

The woven rope bracelet above is from an online shop called The Vitrine. They feature the products & creations of several handmade artists.

I love the blending of woven rope & chain (below). Then there’s the tassel, a beloved jewelery element of mine. Nice design.
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Source (L): thevitrine.com via Karboojeh on Pinterest


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 The tassel earrings are quite boho-chic, made out of twisted bamboo thread and suede strings.



Source (Pic above - Right): thevitrine.com via Karboojeh on Pinterest

Color-power boho earrings. I found these earrings at fashion-conscience.com. They’re called: Fair Trade Beaded Hoop Earrings. And they are so lovely. Easy to make, too.Fair Trade beaded hoop earrings

Here are more boho jewelery beauties, mostly handmade…

Aqua Beaded Hoops

These earrings are by fellow Tumblr jewelery-maker, Bohemia Jewellery. Aren’t they gorgeous? Love’em. Handmade!

Check this out!

Bohemian hippie bracelet - friendship bracelets

This is a Bohemian hippie friendship bracelet over at Etsy’s One of a Kind Jewelry Design (OOAKjewel)

Bohemian hippie bracelet - friendship bracelets

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Bohemian hippie - beaded gypsy heart bracelet - turquoise and red coral

I did mention before (here and on my other blog), my love for Pom Poms, and how delighted I was seeing this pom pom hippie bracelet, also by the above-mentioned Etsy creator.

Boho chic cuff bracelet - romantic oriental sari style

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Bohemian hippie bracelet - beaded multiple strands

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The woven rope bracelet above is from an online shop called The Vitrine. They feature the products & creations of several handmade artists.

I love the blending of woven rope & chain (below). Then there’s the tassel, a beloved jewelery element of mine. Nice design.

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Source (L): thevitrine.com via Karboojeh on Pinterest

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 The tassel earrings are quite boho-chic, made out of twisted bamboo thread and suede strings.

Source (Pic above - Right): thevitrine.com via Karboojeh on Pinterest

(Source: karboojeh)

Vintage DIY: Rustic bottles wrapped in chicken wire

Vintage meets Rustic basket. Beautiful baskets make a difference. Storing bottles, makeup, and even boho jewelry and accessories, can become less messy if they are put in the right container. And not any container; a see-through basket made of lovely chicken-wire.

I made this chicken-wire basket using easy steps (but gotta admit the wire did poke me a couple of times - so gotta be careful).

Ingredients:

~ Chicken wire

~ Burlap

~ Rope

~ Pliers

~ Wire-cutter, or strong scissors

~ Cardboard (to be tucked underneath the burlap bottom for more security.

(Both photos of bottles-in-chicken-wire-basket are originally by Karboojeh Jewelry)

Method:

  • Cut the chicken-wire sheet into, say, 30x50cm (or whatever can become a tube shape, wide enough or narrow enough for your needs).
  • Run a twine thread through the two flaps of the tube to secure it, use pliers to tweak loose wire endings onto themselves (which is a bit pokey, so wear garden gloves). You can later on cover up the area where the flap meet with burlap-over-cardboard so the wire thongs won’t poke you every time you’re around the basket :)
  • For the bottom, fold the tube onto itself to create a closed bottom; use free-soul common-sense to secure the bottom by applying some wire-and-plier action.
  • Cut a piece of cardboard and another one of burlap to be placed at the bottom of the basket, by tracing the bottom from the outside. Tuck them in one after the other.
  • Rope is more of decorative than anything else if you’re going to use thise basket for heavy things. But if you want to ‘hang’ it, it can very snugly carry your ribbons, head-bands, combs, and feathers.

You’re done. I’m not into step-by-step tutorials because I think each one of us has a different skill-level (and patience), so I guess you need to go boho on this one and experiment a bit to make your own design.

P.S. You can add flowers, decorations, or whatever you like, to the exterior part of the basket to make it your own.