Hardware Jewelry

Kid-makers, do you want to make an awesome gift for a girl or boy you know? Something that looks tough (but is really kind of easy)? Our newest video will show YOU have to make one-of-a-kind necklaces, bracelets, keychains and more from things you have in your garage, basement or toolbox.

Find some hex nuts, washers or any other hardware with a hole in the center. Find some string, twine, rope or ribbon. Then watch this video to learn how to braid it all together into seriously tough jewelry you made yourself. Maker Rebecca shows you how!

Stay calm and make on.

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About Pittsburgh Photographer, Design, Consultant W. Donald Orkoskey
I'm a wedding and event photographer from Pittsburgh, PA, am one-half of the Schmutz Company, (a Pittsburgh based Arts Org that David T. English and I started in 2007). We offer a variety of programs for kids and adults as well as producing and editing original content for the Makeshop Show which focuses on Kids & Maker Culture.

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