Free #Jewelry Project This #necklace is visually balanced and pleasing to the eye due to its odd-numbered composition, as seen in the arrangement of blue sky jasper #beads, smoky quartz beads and cultured freshwater pearls. We naturally want to pair things up in our minds, so jewelry pieces that follow this design rule of three prevent us from easily grouping things and keep our eyes moving throughout the piece. #jewelrytutorial #jewelrymaking
Smashed plate Earrings! Jewellery from broken china tutorial.
My new hobby is making earrings from smashed plates! It's been great fun searching the bootsales for suitable china and also digging ou...
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This past Saturday for our party, I had the pleasure and thrill of wearing a brand new design by Terri Brush. A soldered heart shadow box attached to etched and stamped metal. It was great fun receiving so many compliments...
How To Make A Cone Shaped End Cap For Wire Jewelry
One of the biggest challenges facing wire jewelry designers is what to do with all those end wires. This quick read details one way to solve this problem...with of course, wire!
Tutorials: Faux Fused Glass Pendants | Tammy Tutterow Designs
Hello everyone! I am so excited to share this tutorial with you! Back in 2011 (yikes, I can’t believe it has been that long!) I shared a series of projects I created for Ranger for CHA featuring Shrink Plastic and UTEE (Ultra Thick Embossing Enamel). You might remember the projects: Papillon UTEE Pendant, Curiosities Charm ... Read More about Tutorials: Faux Fused Glass Pendants