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DIY jewelry made by Virginie Peny

Be creative, and enjoy for years. Discover on this creative blog DIY jewelry and accessories projects for women : necklaces, bracelets, rings, scarves and many more. The french author Virginie Peny presents many style ideas and fashion inspirations. Reinvent your closet and enjoy for years!

Which materials should you use to upcycle and embellish jewels and accessories? Find many tutorials using fabric rests, buttons, charms, yarns, leather, sequins, feathers… For Spring Summer or Autumn Winter, some ideas are timeless and might be developed by you. Less is more, even in DIY.
Discover many interesting and stylish projects inspired from designers like Marni, Dries Van Noten, Isabel Marant… Learn how to create mini tassels for your boho jewelry, create a plastron or transform one ring. Let her inspire – and surprise you.
Follow Virginie Peny’s work and lifestyle on Facebook, Instagram and Youtube. She shares DIY videos on a regularly basis.
She has been featured in international magazines like ELLE and Grazia, and currently works for annabelle magazine in Switzerland.


DIY/ Rings

November 28th, 2012

Hi there! Hard to believe that it is already the end of November… This is the last rush to Christmas and curiously, jewels pieces are gaining more and more interest to me. So this week I have found an easy DIY idea for Annabelle to transform a simple fine ring onto statement piece. Chains are […]

Workshop @Recycling

October 19th, 2012

What about a small DIY session in my workshop, right before the weekend? It is also the last post before the launch of a new project on Monday, so stay tuned! So here are some ideas that you could also use at home, not necessarily in your workshop. Recycling as well as upcycling not only […]

DIY/ Futuristic Necklace

August 9th, 2012

Currently obsessed with: strange materials & cosmic items. Not that i have not been upset by the successful exploration program on Mars, but this DIY idea has been in my mind for ages! I found this silver necklace in France last year, but obviously it looks still a bit wild since I’ve never worn it. […]