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Feel that your outfit of the day is just too plain and drab? Want something to kick it up a notch? Then dive into this month’s jewelry tutorials of amazing necklaces that you can make for yourself and also make them as gifts to show them off!! This issue of DIY Jewelry Making #46 is bound to rock your whole world, so let’s have some fun together!
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Meet our Contributors!
|Kumi-me-mo is the business name for me… Anne Jones. I fell in love with Kumihimo in 2014 and since then I have learnt a lot. I have now started developing my own ideas and designs. Dancing Daisy was my first tutorial, written at the request of people on Facebook who asked if I would share my design. Read more…|
|My beading journey began in 2011. After 25 years of being an architect, I decided to take up a new hobby that would soon become a great passion of mine. At first, it was just for fun, but after two years of beading, I started getting requests for patterns and my beading life began to grow when I opened my Etsy shop. Since then, my work has been published in Bead Style, Beadwork, and Bead and Button Magazines. As an architect, creating patterns comes naturally to me, as all of my patterns are easy to follow and include visual diagrams as well as step by step written instructions. Read more…|
|We sell high quality Czech Glass beads from the country of its origin – the Czech Republic. In our selection of beads, you can find a lot of them with an unique AMC – After Market Coatings. Read more…|
|Rachel loves to create. Some of her passions include baking, building stuff, sewing, gardening, crafting and, of course, making jewelry. Rachel loves to try new things and a few years ago decided to give jewelry making a shot. Her sister showed her a few basic skills and she was hooked. She enjoys the process of creating a piece of jewelry and learning new techniques. Read more…|
|My name is Maria Arthur. I live in the Caribbean island, Barbados, where I’m a full-time Forensic Scientist. As a child, I’ve always loved crafts. Colouring and making dolls’ clothes from my mother’s old stockings were my favourite hobbies. After taking my first jewellery-making class several years ago, I developed a passion for the craft and wanted to turn that into something more. Read more…|
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