Mixed Media Tutorials (4/21/2014)
Ever feel like you are stuck with your beading and jewelry making? Mixed media may be the way to get your creative juices flowing. And you know you’ve bought a bezel here, some fiber there, fiddled with the wire or tried stamping blanks. Now what do you do? Gather up your bits and pieces that don’t quite fit into your jewelry making repertoire and make something mixed media:
http://blog.darice.com Tue, 08 Apr 2014 16:24:39 GMT
Affordable craft materials become glamorous jewelry components in just a few quick steps. Combine them with crystal beads and crystal key charms hanging from a shiny silver chain for a stunning statement heart necklace you can wear year round. Fun, fast, fabulous!.
http://www.beadingdaily.com Fri, 07 Mar 2014 07:00:00 GMT
I’ll warn you right now: getting started with mixed media jewelry is a slippery slope. First you start with something easy like using patina inks to color vintage metal components and metal beads, and pretty soon, you’re doing things like punching holes, adding texture, and stamping metal jewelry-making components!
http://iceresin.com Wed, 29 Jan 2014 08:00:16 GMT
I found this old brass corner piece from a cabinet and I loved the shape of it. I knew it would make an interesting piece of jewelry, and chose to make it the focal point for a necklace. It is both ornate as well as rustic, and it immediately drew my attention because of the interesting details of the piece.
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Well, one product and technique I have somehow resisted is making mixed-media jewelry with resin. I’m not sure what my resistance has been–goodness knows I have a ton of jewelry findings and fabrics to work with. And I adore those bezels filled with tiny paper collages and found objects.
http://www.beadingdaily.com Mon, 27 Jan 2014 07:00:00 GMT
If you’ve never made a resin pendant before by layering different elements into an empty bezel, it’s a wonderful way to create unique pendants and focal pieces for your beaded jewelry patterns. What I love most about this particular mixed media jewelry technique is how each of the resin pendants that I made have their own little story.
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I’ve been in the studio a lot lately, getting ready for teaching at ArtBliss. I’ve been writing class handouts and proposals. I’ve been taking jewelry photos (in triple digit heat, at times, sweating into my viewfinder) and editing, naming, organizing. Writing, writing, writing. Pondering. What makes a good piece of jewelry?
Trendy jewelry with Iced Enamel cold enamel products from Ice Resin….we sell them at http://www.bsueboutiques.com and I’m happy to show you some new discov…
More decoupage with tissue over brass stampings, beads, brass flowers and necktie stampings from http://www.bsueboutiques.com B’sue will show you how to rive…