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About Jewelry Making
Jewelry Making

Beadsmith 1-Step Looper

31 May 2014 at 1:46am


Making simple loops, or unwrapped wire loops, isn't very difficult once you get the hang of it.

The part that CAN be difficult is making loops that are all the same size. For many types of jewelry it won't really matter that the loops are exactly the same size but if you are creating a chain of beaded sections, like a rosary or prayer type of chain, it can make a big difference.

Having loops that are of a similar size and shape just makes a finished piece look more professional and pleasing to the eye.

But how do you get loops that are the consistently the same size? Be sure to check out the review of Beadsmith 1-Step Looper to see how quick and easy it can be to create consistent, perfect simple loops.

Beadsmith 1-Step Looper originally appeared on About.com Jewelry Making on Saturday, May 31st, 2014 at 06:46:16.

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Prepare Now for Holiday Jewelry Sales

30 May 2014 at 1:46pm


Do you have a handmade jewelry business? How did your holiday sales go last year? What did you learn from the last season? Did you promise yourself that you were going to get an earlier start next year (which is THIS year)?

Consider this your reminder to get a jump on holiday sales for this year. It may feel like it is too early to be thinking about the holidays but it really isn't. Be sure to check out Prepare Now for Holiday Jewelry Sales for a list of things to do or to think about to get ready for this winter.

Be sure to make some notes, do some research and set some goals. Don't end this year by saying, "I'm going to get a head start next year!"

Prepare Now for Holiday Jewelry Sales originally appeared on About.com Jewelry Making on Friday, May 30th, 2014 at 18:46:00.

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DIY Wedding Jewelry

30 May 2014 at 6:04am
Are you getting married soon or know someone who is? Have you considered making your own wedding jewelry or making the jewelry for the wedding party as your gift to the bride? Making jewelry for your wedding doesn't have to be expensive or difficult. If you work on the pieces a little at a time you can have one of a kind, hand made pieces of jewelry for each of the women in your bridal party. Not only will everyone look uniform but the bridal party will also have a wonderful keepsake from the wedding that they will cherish. I have rounded up some great tutorials, ideas and inspiration for you in this article: DIY Wedding Jewelry. Whether you are creating your own DIY wedding jewelry or helping out a friend who is getting married soon you will find lots of inspiration for your projects. Have you ever given handmade jewelry as a wedding gift?

DIY Wedding Jewelry originally appeared on About.com Jewelry Making on Friday, May 30th, 2014 at 11:04:22.

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Launching Your Handmade Jewelry Business

29 May 2014 at 11:19am
If you have been making jewelry for a while now you probably have a pile of finished pieces that you aren't sure what to do with. Maybe you've gifted many of your family and friends with your creations but you just can't stop yourself from making more. After all, jewelry making is a fun and satisfying hobby, right?

Having a stock pile of finished pieces may be a sign that it might be time to launch your own handmade jewelry business. After all, if your family and friends love receiving your jewelry it is a good sign that it would sell.

I have been getting many questions lately from readers who want to set up their own small business to sell the jewelry they make. It can be tough to know just where to start if it is not something you have ever done before. So here are some things to consider prior to setting up your handmade jewelry business.

Be sure to read my recent article Launching Your Handmade Jewelry Business for the very basic steps of setting up your own business.

Remember to take small steps and do some research. Before you know it you will be on your way to running your own small business!

Launching Your Handmade Jewelry Business originally appeared on About.com Jewelry Making on Thursday, May 29th, 2014 at 16:19:35.

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Mixed Metal Stamped Necklace

29 May 2014 at 8:22am
Mixing metal finishes is a very hot trend. It has been a trend for a while and it looks like it is probably not going anywhere any time soon. It has been a kind of a no-no to wear jewelry with different finishes at the same time for many years now. Most people have grown up with the notion that they have to choose either gold or silver and that all of their jewelry needs to be the same finish. It's often been considered akin to wearing white after Labor Day to mix yellow gold and silver jewelry. But that is all in the past now. In fact, wearing all the same metal color can sometimes look a bit too "matchy matchy". And the mixed metals trends doesn't stop with jewelry either. Home decor and weddings,but especially jewelry, enjoy the collaboration of gold, silver, brass and copper to create stunning and unique pieces. Another hot trend in jewelry making is stamped metal. Personalizing jewelry, and lots of other things for that matter, has always been popular. Being able to express yourself with stamped words and images on metal is a great way to personalize your jewelry. So how about a stamped metal project to create your own mixed metal look? Try this Mixed Metal Stamped Necklace

Mixed Metal Stamped Necklace originally appeared on About.com Jewelry Making on Thursday, May 29th, 2014 at 13:22:41.

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Jewelry Projects to Make with Paper

29 May 2014 at 8:08am
Jewelry can be made with a wide variety of materials. Metal, glass, polymer clay and acrylic all come to mind. But have you ever made jewelry with paper? If not, you might want to give this often over looked material a try. Paper is widely available and inexpensive, especially if you use magazines and junk mail. Paper can be coated so that it will hold up well in every day situations. With a coating paper jewelry can be worn over and over again. That is, unless you take a unexpected dunk in the swimming pool. Check out these great paper jewelry projects 12 Jewelry Projects to Make with Paper. I'd love for you to read the article and then come back here and share your thoughts. Now are you ready to try paper in your jewelry designs?

Jewelry Projects to Make with Paper originally appeared on About.com Jewelry Making on Thursday, May 29th, 2014 at 13:08:39.

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Using Tassels in Jewelry Making

28 May 2014 at 9:27am
I like adding lots of different "non-traditional" items to my jewelry making projects. I especially love fabric and fibers. It is so easy to add more color and texture to a piece by simply adding a bit of fiber.

Tassels are made of fabric, raffia, ribbons, yarn or thread - basically any flexible, thin material.

Sizes can vary but the tassels used in jewelry making are generally fairly small. Though that can vary to fit your personal taste.

Tassels have become hugely popular due to the current bohemian trends in jewelry, fashion and home decor. Tassels add texture, color and visual interest to the items they are attached to.

Be sure to check out the article on Tassels in Jewelry Making to get the scoop on tassels, how they are made, what they are made with and even some inspiration to create your own tasseled jewelry creations!

Using Tassels in Jewelry Making originally appeared on About.com Jewelry Making on Wednesday, May 28th, 2014 at 14:27:35.

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How to Make Sari Ribbon and Pearl Earrings

28 May 2014 at 6:16am
Have you ever heard of silk sari ribbon? It is made by cutting a well worn sari into strips. Sometimes the saris are over dyed - meaning that they are dyed even though they already have color - and then the strips are stitched one after the other to create a very long hank of silk sari ribbon - like yarn. I love that the saris were worn by other women. Probably women a lot like you and I who just happen to live in another place. Women doing the jobs of wife and mother, teacher and student. All of the things women do. I also love the different patterns, materials and metallic threads that run through some of the silk sari ribbon. I love that it is often fine, delicate or well worn. I happen to have quite a stash of silk sari ribbon sitting in my studio. I love it so much that I just kind of horde it rather than use it up. But recently I decided to use some of my stash to create some earrings. Even though these recycled sari and pearl earrings don't use up much of my stash it's a start. See Sari Ribbon and Pearl Earrings for a full tutorial. Do you have sari ribbon in your stash too?

How to Make Sari Ribbon and Pearl Earrings originally appeared on About.com Jewelry Making on Wednesday, May 28th, 2014 at 11:16:12.

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Using Pom Poms in Jewelry Making

23 May 2014 at 11:26am
Do you like adding fibers and fabric to your jewelry projects?

Personally, I like the variation of colors and texture I can add to my jewelry projects by simply adding a little fiber of some sort. It is an economical way to add a little something more to a pieces without spending a lot of money.

Pom poms are very popular at the moment. Whether it is home decor, wearables or even in jewelry making pom poms of all shapes and sizes, as well as different materials add a touch of whimsy and a bohemian vibe to whatever you are making.

Pom poms are very easy to make and are basically made by wrapping yarn about an object many times, tying it off and then cutting the loops. One of my favorite tools for making pom poms is the PattieWack Pom Pom Tool and I explain more about it and share this pretty Bohemian Bracelet in this article: On Trend: Pom Pom's for Jewelry Making.

Be sure to check it out and learn more about pom poms and how they are used in jewelry making. And if you are in need of some inspiration for jewelry making projects that include a pom pom I've included several links for you to follow as well.

Do you like to include fiber in your jewelry projects?

Using Pom Poms in Jewelry Making originally appeared on About.com Jewelry Making on Friday, May 23rd, 2014 at 16:26:38.

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ICED Enamels

12 May 2014 at 7:37am
Adding texture and color to metal jewelry making elements is easy with ICED Enamels. It can be used on any metal and on many mixed media surfaces and is created by Susan Lenart Kazmer the creator of ICE Resin. Just make sure the surface can handle a little moisture and heat and it will work with ICED Enamels.

Susan created ICED Enamels for creative people who enjoy the look of torch-fired or kiln-fired enamels and you can read more about it on her ICE Resin website.

Normally, enameling metal requires a torch and other specialized equipment but with ICED Enamels all you need are the Relique Metals, Enamel Medium a heat gun and ICE Resin to seal it all in and make it permanent.

Be sure to check out the article about ICE Resin and then follow it up with the one about ICED Enamels for great inspiration and ideas to add color and texture to many of your up coming jewelry projects.

ICED Enamels originally appeared on About.com Jewelry Making on Monday, May 12th, 2014 at 12:37:11.

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