7 handmade jewelry ideas for gifting this season
It’s no secret that shopping for holiday gifts can be stressful. When it comes to shopping for the women in our lives, jewelry is a always a big crowd pleaser. But even better? Handmade, one-of-a-kind jewlery. These seven handmade jewelry ideas are perfect for gifting your loved ones this holiday season.
Family Tree Bracelet
Wondering what to get mom for Christmas? This handmade bracelet with each of your siblings and their initials on it will make her smile ear to ear on Christmas morning.
Personalized Rope Bracelet
In a long-distance friendship with your best friend? These bracelets can be personalized with the coordinates of both your locations, reminding them that you’re never more than a text or phone call away.
The Mountains are Calling rings
These cute mountain rings are perfect for that mountain-obsessed friend of yours (we all have one). These minimalist rings are a personal and unique way to support your friends desire to move to the Pacific Northwest and live out the book Wild and put those trendy duck boots to good use.
Blush Druzy Rose Gold Earrings
Let’s all take a moment to swoon at these blush druzy rose gold earrings. These sparkly earrings are great for holiday gifting, and at just $14.99 you might as well snag some for yourself, too…
Champagne Druzy Gold Filled Necklace
Speaking of druzy… this beautiful champagne 14 K gold necklace is too pretty not to gift. Not only is this necklace dreamy, but no two are alike since they are each handmade. And at just $40 each it’s kind of hard to pass up.
Feminist Cuff Bracelet
This Feminist as Fuck hand cuff is seriously the perfect gift your feminist friends or sisters. Each bracelet is hammered and formed by hand, which gives each individual bracelet a slightly different look, but all are feminist as fuck.
Simple Cat Stud Earrings
These sterling silver cat stud earrings are the cutest. Considering most of us are cat obsessed (what are “dog people”?), these earrings are great for gifting to your feline-loving friends.
Ellen contributed to this piece.