These earrings are so classy! First learn how to combine four 6mm chatons in a sparkling diamond component, then bezel a long oval with seed beads to complete the look.
In this video I show how to make adjustments to a beading design so you can confidently stitch up patterns using the beads already in your stash.
It can be tricky to string your beaded jewelry so it’s neither too tight nor too loose. In today’s video I’ll demonstrate why this is so, and give tips for overcoming the problem.
Confused about resin types? Learn the difference between the kind of resin that cures in UV light and the kind with two parts that you mix together.
with a bit of care you can recreate any polymer clay mold, even ones that aren’t supposed to go in the oven, then use them to bake your polymer clay.
Want to get the look of bead weaving, but without the needle & thread? Today’s bracelet uses 2-hole beads and stringing for a complex design with the appearance of bead weaving.
A thread burner is a simple device, and easy to use, but there are a few things to be mindful of. Watch to learn six things you should never do with a thread burner.
Learn design principles to help you combine a variety of beads and jewelry findings into a lovely necklace.