Wearing jewellery for confidence

You might not think it but wearing jewellery can make you feel good. If you feel good, you are likely to feel much more confident. If you can’t find the piece that you want, you could even design and make your own, a statement piece that is a true talking point, and add a few skills to your CV while you are at it!

Is jewellery making hard?

Quite simply, no. There are several ways to make jewellery, and while they all will require some practice to get it right they are all enjoyable and not at all hard. Beading and wire wrapping is very popular for those starting out, but you may then want to expand into metal works, working with silver and gold maybe, or even with metal clay.

Looking good, feeling good

If you are trying to feel good then wearing your own home made jewellery is a great step, but if you are not happy with your look then no amount of great accessory is going to change how you feel. You might want to consider plastic surgery, such as breast augmentation through motiva.health, one of the more trusted companies in the field. Everyone knows looking good also builds confidence, you could be welcoming in a whole new side of yourself with just one very simple breast augmentation procedure.


Having a cleavage to be proud of also makes a great place to show off your new jewellery. If you decide to make and sell your necklaces, don’t use a plastic stand to show off your pieces when you could wear it, take the pictures and show the potential buyer just how great it looks on. You are bound to increase sales and interest in your other products too.

Find your own style

Another great thing about making your own jewellery is the fact you can then wear exactly what you want. You know what it is like when you set out with a clear idea of what you want to buy, but no jewellery shop stocks that dream piece. Go ahead and make it yourself!

If you have no idea where to start, there are YouTube tutorials on just about everything you can imagine, and you may also be able to take classes locally to get expert guidance and face to face help with the intricacies of things like soldering and flush setting of gems.

If you want to do this from the comfort of your own home then buying all the equipment needed could prove to be a little costly, so make sure you want to do this before taking the plunge (taking classes on various ways of making jewellery will help with this), or buying second hand equipment online could help to cut costs.

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