Did You Know I Sell Cracked Glass Jewelry?
As the title of this post might suggest, I actually do make and sell my own jewelry. While it’s just a little project I do in my spare time, I’d really like to make it more profitable so I can commit more time to it. I make a variety of fun jewelry pieces, including pendants, rings, and earrings.
Most of the pieces I currently make are cracked glass jewelry. First, I crack the glass by baking it in the oven. Then, I paint the glass to achieve colorful and stunning effects. I alternate between using alcohol inks and nail polish, as both seem to work well to create the desired effect. After that, I carefully seal the surface and glue on the proper attachments with industrial strength adhesive. The technique is quite fun and allows me to express my creativity!
In addition to the cracked glass jewelry, I am also experimenting with other things. I also have some magnets for sale which are made in the same process. I’m still experimenting with making beautiful alcohol ink coasters. Unfortunately, the prototypes weren’t quite water resistant, so that is still a work in progress. I’ve also begun using hardware to create jewelry. My go-to thing right now is alcohol ink washer necklaces. There’s a lot more potential here to be explored on a snowy day! Eventually, I’d even like to try some sewing projects. My go-to site for sewing tips and tricks right now is Teach You to Sew, a great resource for all things sewing.
Anyway, if you’re intrigued and have an interest in buying my cracked glass jewelry, then you’re in luck. I have shops set up on both Etsy and Fiverr. All of my prices are quite reasonable (for example, everything on Fiverr only costs $5… how can you go wrong?). Plus, I’m offering an exclusive coupon code for my Etsy store. Just enter code DELUDED at checkout to save 10 percent on any order!