Mixed Media Tutorials (7/7/2014)
Mixed Media is still a popular technique in the beading work, and since so many of us have other crafting hobbies, it is a fun way to merge those hobbies and come up with entirely new techniques and stunning jewelry.
http://jewelrymakingjournal.com Tue, 22 Apr 2014 03:06:36 GMT
I wanted to make a stunning necklace to showcase it but, alas, inspiration refused to come pay me a visit. So, one day I decided to wrap the donut in copper wire since I love that color combination. And then, it went back into the bead box for a while, again until I came across Erin Siegel’s beautiful necklace in a book. So, the rest of the design concept of this necklace came from Erin Siegel.
http://www.clothpaperscissors.com Wed, 18 Jun 2014 04:35:00 GMT
Sometimes it’s just not enough to express ourselves via one art medium, so I thought I’d mix it up today by focusing on art to wear: mixed-media jewelry. Accessories are such a personal thing—our jewelry helps to define us by showing what we like, and who we are (I usually go for earth-toned beads and feather earrings, but will sport a little timeless silver for a business occasion, for example).
http://blukatdesign.wordpress.com Fri, 13 Jun 2014 16:46:05 GMT
These are my latest decoupage and embossed hand stamped earrings made from scrap paper and wood discs. Like little pieces of art, they are all unique and one-of-a-kind. You can either make these yourself; see my DIY earrings tutorial or find these and other lightweight, colorful unique handmade earrings ready to ship in my Etsy store!
http://www.nunndesign.com Tue, 22 Apr 2014 11:00:06 GMT
Nunn Design Innovation Team Member, Karen McGovern, created this fun bangle for our friends over at Jewelry Making Daily. By switching out the fibers and by adding different color combinations, it is easy to create one of a kind pieces sure to please everyone on your list.
http://spellbinderspaperarts.com Mon, 26 May 2014 05:00:00 GMT
Today, I’m sharing a simple sewing project made with dies and bezels from the newest Spellbinders® line A Gilded Life. I was going through my fabric stash, much of which I inherited from my Mom. So I combined some of the bits of lace she left me, with some scraps of muslin left over from another project. Broken bits of jewelry were the perfect compliment.
http://www.clothpaperscissors.com Mon, 03 Mar 2014 09:30:00 GMT
Cloth Paper Scissors Editorial Director Jenn Mason played with the components of this Charmed & Lucky Mixed-Media Jewelry Kit and came up with the Lucky U necklace pictured here. The directions for the finished Lucky U necklace will walk you through the making of this finished piece, but Jenn considered many ways of using the ICED Enamels, Stencil Girl custom stencil, heart blanks, and jewelry findings in this kit.
Jewelry making with B’sue, another free video class on using alcohol inks on brass jewelry stampings, parts and findings…
Grab your jewelry pliers and let’s wrap up some wire for jewelry projects.
This video shares a easy tip on how to create cold connections for making vintage tin jewelry. If you want to learn an easy metal work jewelry technique…