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    Hi I'm looking into creating my own jewerally, the only problem is I don't know where to begin sourcing the appropriate things to make necklaces/bracelets etc. Please note I am talking about charms, and other such objects to attach onto chains.
    I know a lot of people won't tell me where they sourced their charms from because they feel quite protective other there source and don't want to reveal it, i can understand this if they have a unique charm and its there major selling point.
    But I was wondering if anyone could point me in the right direction?, when I say charms i mean things like, teapots, teacup,owls, cats, other cute/ original brass/cooper/fake gold objects.
    This is along the lines of what I want to create, of course not copy them.

    http://www.wallpaperrose.bigcartel.com/product/lorna

    http://www.sugarandvicedesigns.com/
    if anyone can help please do!
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    *Jewellery
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    Africa, go mineral mining for Diamonds!
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    (Original post by Something_Ironic)
    *Jewellery
    thanks for the help grammar nazi, I'm well aware I spelt it wrong.
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    myvintagecharms.com used to be so good, they've gone downhill quite a bit recently cos they started re-doing their website and never finished it! still quite good though, i've ordered from them a few times and the service is very good
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    Ebay. There's loads of chinese sellers with cheap jewellery making stuff. It does seem to be mostly silver though and I'd like some brass toned stuff too

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/30-PCs-Mixed-T...#ht_2725wt_766
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    try this http://www.empirebeads.co.uk/
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    (Original post by Pollywantsacracker_91)
    thanks for the help grammar nazi, I'm well aware I spelt it wrong.
    What so you did it deliberately as some kind of statement?
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    (Original post by sofee)
    myvintagecharms.com used to be so good, they've gone downhill quite a bit recently cos they started re-doing their website and never finished it! still quite good though, i've ordered from them a few times and the service is very good
    thank you so much! that site is very good for the sort of charms I'm looking for! thank you
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    Probably an arts and crafts shop *shrug*,I always wanted to make those glass decorations.
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