I don’t know about you, but the recent season finale of Game of Thrones has left a dragon-shaped hole in my heart every Sunday evening since the final episode. Unfortunately, the wait until next season will be long, dark, and full of terrors. To help ease this torturous anticipation, I’ve put together a list of 39 DIY Jewelry Patterns Inspired by Game of Thrones, organized by region.
The best part of making these Game of Thrones jewelry pieces is that they are entirely on trend. Metals, chainmaille, and intricate patterns are on the rise in the jewelry making community, so these tutorials are at the height of current fashion. I hope you enjoy reliving the last six seasons with these royal jewelry tutorials!
From the land of the ice and snow comes no-nonsense jewelry that is as fierce as a dire wolf. From frozen shards and snowy pearls to chainmaille bracelets and stone rings, think flinty, elegant, and straightforward when it comes to jewelry inspired by the North.
As hot as Winterfell is cold, Meereen is an ancient and powerful city, boasting beaded bracelets, chain jewelry, and dragon scale accents. Everything about Meereen is as impressive and as powerful as a dragon’s wingbeat.
As sleek and strong as stallions, these pieces are a mix of natural materials and raw beauty. You don’t need beads or gemstones to make a statement.
To the west of Meereen lies the beautiful land of Dorne and its fierce inhabitants. The DIY jewelry pieces from this land are beautiful and edgy at the same time, proving that certain looks really can kill.
This castle is all things light and beautiful. The ruling house has a golden rose on a pale green field as its sigil, and the region reflects this elegance. Frolic through these gorgeous jewelry making tutorials—but watch out for the thorns.
Power and wealth is draped over this city like a heavy garment, but these DIY jewelry projects are within your reach. Learn how to bead with step-by-step tutorials for these royal statement pieces.
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