by Alicia on June 5, 2012

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Guys, Tori Spelling’s new DIY jewelry line {styled} – what do you think? Aside from the ridiculous curly brackets in the name {wtf?}, of course. I’m all for exposing more people to DIY and naturally think that jewelry making is a great place to start, but… I dunno. I just don’t understand it, and I guess I’m not the target market. But it’s sold in Michaels and JoAnn Fabrics so it’s obviously for crafty-types, yet there isn’t any real crafting to be done with it?? Plus none of the designs are my style- I guess I’m not ‘Noir’, ‘Boho’, ‘Glam’ or ‘Glitz’.  Thoughts?

{ 5 comments… read them below or add one }

erin June 5, 2012 at 10:34 am

ha…i thought the same when i saw it at michaels. tori spelling really? however, i will admit that i bought some earring “attachments” (at least thats what im calling them anyway), but i used my own ear wires because the interchangeable ear wire/hoop set was was way to expensize for what they are. i can get a pack of 25 ear wires for $2. some of the “attachments” are cute, others not so much. I do think its neat that she created (read-is endorsing) a line of products for the not so craft individual that wants to have the satisfaction of creating something wearable on their own. i have so many friends that 100% believe they cannot craft or make anything on their own…this line is for those people. the gateway craft drug, if you will.


Alicia June 5, 2012 at 3:33 pm

I love the idea of a gateway craft drug! :)


Grace - Stripes & Sequins June 5, 2012 at 12:29 pm

Not for me – seems a bit too commercial and exactly what I don’t aspire to when I create my own DIY projects. I agree with you – always happy to see more people DIY’ing, but I’m definitely not the target! I like Erin’s comment – a great “gateway craft drug.” :)


Erin @ Thanks, I Made It June 5, 2012 at 7:14 pm

I’m not much of a fan either. There’s just not that much creativity that goes into clicking little pieces in place! I don’t think basic jewelry making skills are very hard to master either. But if this is what gets people too start down the DIY rabbit hole, then I’m for it.


Molly June 6, 2012 at 9:40 am

Yeah, I don’t get it.


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