We have some amazing videos for you
this week, jewelry lovers! Kristen designed a Wrap Around Knot
Bracelet with Econoflex Hobby Beading Wire. James taught us how to use a Lazee Daizee Viking Knit Wire Weaving Tool to create a fun bracelet
Soft Flex Craft Wire.
Kristen is so much fun to watch. She
discussed how to make jewelry with our favorite craft…
Color is so important if you love
jewelry. Designing a necklace is more than stringing beads and gemstones. That is the basic part of our craft. To excel, you need to
understand how a color beading wire is going to harmonize with the
stones. You need to grasp how a spectrum of beads is going to look as
the jewelry takes shape. You need to see beyond the technical part
Easter is an egg-citing time to explore
jewelry designs. The holiday is a parade of colors. Milky
pastel and mystical
purple make for stunning necklace combinations.
greens and yummy yellows dance with plush pinks. Color has
returned after the gray of winter. Your
jewelry can be as rich and
vivid as the Easter eggs hiding in yo…
Beads Baubles and Jewels is a show dedicated to jewelry making and beading tutorials that airs weekly on many local Public Broadcasting Stations. This season started running on Thursday, January 24th (check your local listings for start date and times in your area).
Episode 2713 is jam packed and features two fantastic designers using
Soft Flex Company Beading Wire - Ka…
We had a great week! Kristen made a
fantastic bracelet with her square Kumihimo plate. Sara designed a
necklace and earrings with our Purple Rain Trios and Purple Rain Bead Mix. We introduced a new Trios Collection – Extreme Metallics Trios. And we launched a sale on our Econoflex and Pro Econoflex lines. Econoflex is an inexpensive craft and hobby wire that is…
Do you love color? Do you feel you have
a grasp for color? The beading and jewelry industry thrives on rich,
vibrant color. The Pantone Color of the Year is something many of us
look forward to. But, some of us have a blind spot when it comes to color.
After Margie Deeb published her first book, she found out that not
everybody had a natural understanding on how color works…