Search for "homemade jewelry cleaner" and you'll get hundreds of recipes with varying ingredients and instructions. How do you know which to choose?
Always consider the source when weighing the safety and effectiveness of any DIY solution. While an organization specializing in cleaning might be better than a resource for general fashion, the best source is a jewelry expert.
You can still picture the loops and swirls of your grandmother’s handwriting, forever emblazoned on a note with the homemade cookies she wouldn’t let you leave without. Or on the birthday card she sent each year without fail, always scented with her signature perfume.
What if you could keep these memories alive not only in your mind, but with jewelry?
It’s not uncommon to get the blues this time of year. The lack of sunlight and cold temperatures do it for many.
But, there's many things to be happy about December, especially if you’re a December baby! The December's birthstones are all about the blues with a gorgeous collection of gems from turquoise to zircon and tanzanite.
A lot of people have a drawer in their house that has a collection of items that may include lesser-valued jewelry that they feel is not worth insuring on their policy. However, they would certainly be upset if they ever lost one of those items.