- Fashion and Beauty
Guitar Pick Jewelry
Guitar pick jewelry is very popular, and the designs range from simple pendant-style necklaces to amazingly creative pieces featuring multiple picks in many colours and designs.
Guitar pick jewellery is won by both women and men, and is
(unsurprisingly) especially popular among music fans and musicians. Necklaces
are probably the most common item, although guitar pick earrings also sell well,
and you can also get guitar pick bracelets and other jewelry items. Guitar pick cufflinks are also very popular with men especially.
Any guitar pick can be made into a jewellery item, and popular designs include picks with band or artist photos and logos, guitar picks featuring skulls and similar designs, plain guitar picks in a variety of bright colours, picks featuring cartoon characters such as Hello Kitty, printed designs such as zebra print, psychedelic patterns etc, and also metal guitar picks, which often feature carved or embossed designs.
Let's take a look at some of the places where you can find nice guitar pick jewelry designs.
Guitar Pick Jewelry on Amazon
Sites Selling Great Guitar Pick Jewelry
This site features a variety of guitar pick jewelry designs, including necklaces, bracelets and earrings. There is also a custom design service, so if you don't see what you're looking for, you can send in your own guitar picks and request a personalised design. Wholesale prices are also available for those who want to buy guitar pick jewelry in bulk.
Other sites that are worth checking out include:
Guitar Pick Necklaces & Bracelets
Make Your Own Guitar Pick Jewelry
It's also very easy to make your own guitar plectrum jewellery, and you don't need to be an expert jewellery designer to do so. All you need to do is make a small hole in the top of your guitar pick, insert a jump ring through the hole, and thread it onto an existing chain or thong necklace.
Guitar pick earrings can easily be made by buying premade earrings drop posts and attaching picks to the end. Jump rings, plain thongs and chains, and earring posts can easily be found on eBay or at any jewelry making supply store.