Welcome to treasuredough.com. We are Annelise and Rebecca, two girls who love to make hand-crafted dough jewelry.
From Italian jewelry dough to paper dough to salt dough to bread dough, we have experience of working with jewelry dough
of all types. We have a range of dough recipes that we share with you that work well for us, enabling us to create
complicated designs that really work.
We have designed a range of products including bracelets, bangles, earrings, rings, brooches and more. We make jewelry
for all occasions including heart shaped gifts for Valentine’s day and wedding days as well as birthdays and holidays.
Whatever the occasion, we use jewelry dough to create unique, bespoke gifts that suit the style of the individual, from single
pieces to jewelry sets.
We love what we do. The creativity, the fun and the learning. We want to share this with you, so that you too can start
making your own hand-crafted dough jewelry. We’ve created our own recipes and pass on all the tips to achieve the best results.
You will find something for everyone interested in jewelry dough, novice or experienced, at treasuredough.com. Starting with
simple salt dough decorations using the contents from your cupboards and a few cookie cutters through to ornate jewelry pieces
that can sparkle with gems or glitter, we have tips to help you get the best results.
We have made mistakes and learned from them, so you don’t have to make the same mistakes and can get better results in a faster
time. These include fast-drying tricks for salt dough, how to keep your flower designs in place whilst they dry and how to color
your designs for a professional touch.
Keep coming back for more recipes, tips and new jewelry ideas for all occasions.
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Jewelry dough is a simple way to make all kinds of jewelry that will be entirely unique. You can create pieces
of any size for yourself, friends and family. There are various recipes for making jewelry dough that can be
sculpted into your own designs. Our recipes includes Italian jewelry dough and a salt dough.
For the recipes given here, once the dough is completed it can be manipulated and sculptured on waxed paper to
create the kinds of jewelry pieces you want. These doughs are perfect for necklace beads, brooches and wherever your
imagination takes you. If you intend to make a necklace with the dough, do not forget to add holes before the dough
is fully dried.
Colour can be added at different stages, depending on the dough you use. With Italian jewelry dough color can be added
at the mixing stage. With salt dough, it is best to wait after the dough has rested for one day. Alternatively, you can
decorate with color once you have sculptured your piece.