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How to Make An Opal Shaker Necklace Have you heard of Shaker Jewelry before? From Shaker Pendants to Shaker Rings, there is a whole new world of unique jewelry pieces every gemstone lover wants to add to their collection. Learn how to make your own Shaker Necklace with Faceted Opal Stones...  The Materials & Tools We Used for the DIY Shaker Necklace: Black Fire Faceted Opal Stones - Size: 5mm - Quantity: 10 Black Fire Faceted Opal Stones - Size: 6mm - Quantity: 5 Shaker Pendant Necklace Alcohol Cleaning Wipe - Shaker Necklace with Faceted Opal Stones -The Process: 💎 We started...

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How to Make Opal Cabochon Earrings Have you ever wanted to make your own earrings? Try this DIY earring project and elevate your jewelry collection with our beloved opal cabochons.   The Materials We Used for the DIY Earrings: Two Black Fire Opal 8mm Cabochons, Two Pearl White Opal 8mm Cabochons, Flat Back Silver & Gold Earring Posts, CA Glue, and Sandpaper. The Process: ✨ We started by preparing the flat back earring posts. We buffed the flat back of the earring post with a fine sand paper. This removes some shine and the smooth texture from the earring to give the glue a...

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  How to Make a Crushed Opal Vial Necklace Learn how to use crushed opal in a new way!  The Materials we used for the DIY necklace: 1G of Fine Alien Bloodstone Crushed Opal, 2G of Medium Alien Bloodstone Crushed Opal, a three gram vial, an eyelet hook, a chain, vegetable glycerin, and Medium Mercury Adhesive. The Process: 💚 We started by layering our crushed opal and liquid of choice into the vial. This allows us to fully coat the opal in the liquid which brings out the color play. We used vegetable glycerin because it is a thicker liquid and is easy to work...

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Tools/Materials Needed: Lathe Ring Mandrel Ring Core Crushed Opal for Inlay (1 Gram makes approximately 2+ rings) CA Glue - Thin, Medium, and Thick CA Accelerator Sandpaper Wet/Dry 220 - 1500 Grit Micro Mesh Pads 1500 - 12000 Grit Shop Towels Plastic Polish Carbide Tipped Tools (always use sharp tools!) Safety Glasses Respirator   WARNING: Always wear the appropriate safety equipment when using a lathe.   Making a Crushed Opal Ring: Place the ring mandrel in the lathe chuck and slide the ring blank on it. Using an expanding ring mandrel is recommended to ensure the ring does not slide...

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