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A Touch of Blue Necklace Beading & Jewelry Making Tutorial l70

A Touch of Blue Necklace Beading & Jewelry Making Tutorial l70 A simple elegant necklace you can wear on formal events. Following this jewelry making tutorial you can create the necklace with a touch of other colors, other than blue tone. Any color will perfectly match the white pearls. The necklace measures 17.75 inches long, […]

The “Oh” Necklace Beading & Jewelry Making Tutorial l72

The “Oh” Necklace Beading & Jewelry Making Tutorial l72 Suited for intermediate level who knows basic Right Angle Weave, this jewelry making tutorial is a combination of beadwork and wirework techniques. For the beading part, you’ll learn how to create a bead wrapped armature using Right Angle Weave. The beading techniques you’ll learn can be […]

Yellow Bells Necklace Beading & Jewelry Making Tutorial l71

Yellow Bells Necklace Beading & Jewelry Making Tutorial l71 If you know how to make beaded balls, then you can definitely create a beaded bell. With just a little tweaking and/or changing beadweaving directions sometimes you can come up with a totally different design. You can use these beaded bells as charms or if you […]

Heather Bracelet Wire Jewelry Making Tutorial

Heather Bracelet Wire Jewelry Making Tutorial Using simple tools like pliers, flush cutters and markers and you can make beautiful jewelry with wire and beads.  Learn this wire jewelry making tutorial and create heart shapes that you can link to form a bracelet. This product is included in our membership package. GOLD PACKAGE Click here […]

3 Squares Beaded Ring Jewelry Making Tutorial

3 Squares Beaded Ring Jewelry Making Tutorial This product is included in our membership package. GOLD PACKAGE Click here to purchase! If you like to purchase only this tutorial, click on Member log in

Margarita’s Doily Cuff Bracelet Beading & Jewelry Making Tutorial l62

Margarita’s Doily Cuff Bracelet Beading & Jewelry Making Tutorial l62 This jewelry making tutorial is inspired by crocheted doilies made by my loving Aunt, Editha Margarita, I named this creation after her. I grew up seeing doilies made into table runners, pot holders and little glass crocheted coasters usually in color pink. I don’t know […]