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Wrap around tab tile ring DIY PDF Tutorial

Tabs are small fingers of metal, cut into a jewelry piece that lets us attach objects that we don’t want to pierce or expose to heat. In other words, it is a “cold connection”. This project is a different take from the regular tabs. The tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file, it has 9 pages, 24 photos, a life size template of all the components and plenty of tips! It comes with a Bonus variant. For beginner skill students.
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Tile cuff 1 DIY PDF Tutorial

This cuff bracelet was inspired by the inlay stone cuff bracelets made by the Native American Zuni tribe from the New Mexico area. The Zuni were lapidary masters. They did stone inlay on shell bases and later on in silver. Inlay consists in bringing together multiple colored stones to form a design or pattern. There are three major types of inlay: channel, mosaic or “stone to stone” inlay, cobblestone or raised inlay and chip.The tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file, it has 10 pages, 24 photos, a life size template of all the components and plenty of tips! It comes with a Bonus Mini Tutorial to make your own mandrel. For beginner skill students.
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Reticulated Silver Cuff with Natural Stone Donut Focal DIY PDF Tutorial

This project is about using a large gemstone donut as the focal piece of a cuff bracelet. Reticulation on silver is a process that results in a heavily textured metal sheet. This method produces one-of-a-kind pieces, that are very dramatic and organic looking. The tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file, it has 10 pages, 27 photos, a life size template of all the components and plenty of tips! Includes two mini tutorials. For intermediate skill students.
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Amethyst Donut Fused Sterling Silver Ring DIY PDF Tutorial

Gemstone donuts are beautiful and always catch you eye at bead shows. But, when you get home, you don’t know what to do with them, so they get stashed in a box or drawer for “later”. This project incorporates one of these smaller donuts into a simple, but dramatic piece of jewelry. Fused silver has a very attractive organic, one-of-a-kind look, making it the perfect element for a unique piece of jewelry. If you have not tried fusion before, this is a small project perfect to try your hand at without risking a lot of material. The tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file, it has 8 pages, 18 photos, a life size template of all the components and plenty of tips! For intermediate skill students.
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Fused Lamination Inlay Pendant DIY PDF Tutorial

Fusing for lamination inlay is an advanced metal working technique that requires good torch control. This pendant has one metal fused lamination inlay piece and a rolled milled textured one. For the fused piece, the substrate is sterling silver and the smaller colored pieces are copper and brass. The roll milled piece is sterling silver. For the focal piece, I chose a tab-set lampwork glass cabochon. The pendant was totally assembled with rivets. The tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file, it has 11 pages, 30 photos, a life size template of all the components and plenty of tips ! For intermediate-advanced skill students.
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Anticlastic and Lampwork Cuff DIY PDF Tutorial

Anticlastic Raising is a way of shaping metal, curving it into different directions like the shape of a horse’s saddle. The shapes obtained with this method are very organic and beautiful. They are also very strong; this means that thinner gauge metal can be used to make lighter pieces. Our cuff will be shaped into an asymmetric anticlastic spiral. With one large lampwork wavy disk on the wide side, and a small disk in a contrasting color on the narrow side. The tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file, it has 8 pages, 16 photos, a life size template of all the components and plenty of tips! For intermediate skill students.
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Floating Pillow Bead Pendant DIY Tutorial

Beautiful setting for a pillow bead. It can be strung on a chain as described in the project. With the addition of a couple of jump rings it can be worn on a neck wire. In this project we will use another “cold connection” to attach the pillow bead to the metal base. This connecting element is called a “tab”. This type of setting can work for other bead shapes as well. The tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file, it has 6 pages, 17 photos, a life size template of all the components and plenty of tips! For beginner skill students.
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Lentil bead frame pendant DIY PDF Tutorial

A texture-rich frame setting to complement a large lentil bead; easy and fast to make. This is a very versatile setting. Change the metal, the texture, or the edge, and you have a different, unique setting for another bead. For this project we will again use a “cold connection”: the tab This type of setting can be modified to work for other bead shapes as well. The tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file, it has 6 pages, 15 photos, a life size template of all the components and plenty of tips! For beginner to intermediate skill students.
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Torch Fired Pendant III DIY Tutorial

Corrugation is a metalworking technique that lets you pleat a metal sheet. These pleated sheet can be used in many jewelry making projects as they are lightweight but strong. Torch fired enamels are a good alternative to try enameling without making the big investment of buying a kiln. You will need a gas burning torch, a steel tripod & mesh, a couple of metal trivets and of course copper enamels! If buying enamels for the first time get a sample pack of opaques, they will be easier to use than transparents (you can try those later). Learn a new set of skills. Combine the amazing texture of corrugation with colorful torch enameling and you will have an eye-catching pendant to wear. This tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file. It has 12 pages, 35 photos and life size template of all the components. For intermediate skill students (torch use experience recommended)
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Torch Fired Pendant I DIY Tutorial

Sgraffito torch fired enamel: “Sgraffito” Italian for “scratch through”, is exactly that, scratching a design trough a dry sifted coat of enamel, to reveal the previously fired color under it. This enameling method lets you “draw” any pattern with a pointed tool on the surface of your piece. When the piece is fired a second time melting the dry sifted enamel, the pattern is revealed. Tab setting is one of the easiest ways to secure a focal piece to a backing, there is no solder or heat involved, so its considered a “cold connection “ . Tabs are prongs cut from the baking piece and then bent over to hold the enamel cabochon in place. Included in the step-by step instruction you will find how to silver-plate your back plate for a different finish. Master torch firing and tab setting wile fabricating a beautiful one-of-a-kind pendant with a tab-set Sgrafitto Torch Fired Cabochon and Dangle. This tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file. It has 12 pages, 40 photos and life size template of all the components. For intermediate skill students (torch use experience recommended)
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Sterling Silver Cuff DIY Tutorial

Sterling silver cuff with foldformed insert & patina application Make a unique bold sterling silver cuff with a rich colored patina fold- formed insert. The tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file, it has 7 pages, 19 photos, a template and plenty of tips!
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Torch Fired Pendant II DIY Tutorial

Master a new, very exiting and fast way to enamel copper. The fired enamel colors are beautifully vibrant and each piece will be unique. Torch firing is addictive, you can never make only one piece ! Using the same enamels in different proportion or sifting sequence can give you very different results. Check the picture!, these are the same blues and greens on both pieces! Learn to make an artisan sterling silver and enamel pendant. Inside tab settings are an easy way to set your beautiful torch fired cabochon. Fabricating this type of setting involves cutting and piercing with a jeweler’s saw, drilling pilot holes, filing ,sanding and soldering. The project can be modified to be solder-less, but after torch firing, who is going to be scared of a tiny bit of soldering? Texturing with stamps and the use of liver os sulfur patina on the silver gives you another way to personalize your project. This tutorial will guide you through all these steps with photos and many tips to make everything easier. This tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file. It has 10 pages, 29 photos and life size template of all the components. For intermediate skill students (torch use experience recommended)
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Asian box pendant DIY PDF tutorial

Most of the time cylindrical beads incorporated into a pendant, are set to hang vertically from a bail. I thought it would be fun to do a horizontal setting for a change. The bead is set at the bottom of the pendant and is free to move so you can enjoy every side. The texture on the pendant is the result of a handmade steel stamp, using the design in closely placed rows. This project includes a bonus mini-tutorial on how to make your own hand-cut stamps. The pendant can be worn on a plain neck cable, a silk ribbon, or a chain. But it looks especially well threaded onto a beaded Kumihimo cord made with matching glass beads. The tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file, it has 11 pages, 23 photos, a life size template of all the components, plenty of tips and a Bonus Mini-Tutorial ! For beginner skill students.
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Etched Cuff with Bead DIY Tutorial

Etching is a process in which a metal is exposed to a corrosive solution that eats away the surface of the metal. If a design is made on the surface of the metal with a material that is impervious to the corroding action, the design will be in relief over the corroded surface not protected by the “resist”. The most commonly used etching chemical for steel, copper and brass is ferric chloride. The tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file, it has 6 pages, 14 photos, a life size template of all the components and plenty of tips! For beginner skill students.
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Fan Bail, Pendant II DIY Tutorial

Another very simple, easy no-solder pendant. This is a project for those not so big beads that came out amazing and you want to use as focal elements. The fan shape gives the pendant an oriental feel. It can be used on a long chain as seen in the photo, or it can be worn on a neck wire closer to the face. The tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file, it has 5 pages, 15 photos, a life size template of all the components and plenty of tips! For beginner skill students.
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Fan bail, pendant III DIY Tutorial

Here we have another simple, easy and elegant pendant setting. It works specially well for long beads, but it can also be used for a set of 2-3 medium sized beads. If you want to customize the setting, you can change the shape of the fan for another one. It can be a triangle, a square or an oval. The texture on the metal can also be changed to make each pendant unique. The tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file, it has 6 pages, 13 photos, a life size template of all the components and plenty of tips! For beginner skill students.
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Fan Pendant with Interchangeable Bead DIY Tutorial

Having jewelry that lets you change the focal part of the piece according to your mood or wardrobe is a very good thing. When you are a bead maker, you have many options to choose from, and you can create more as inspiration strikes you. Need something purple and blue to go with that dress? Make a new bead and put it on the pendant. You’ll have the perfect complement for your dress! This pendant can be made as a stand-alone piece. It can be worn on a simple neck wire, a Viking knit chain or a rubber/leather necklace. The tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file, it has 7 pages, 21 photos, a life size template of all the components and plenty of tips! For intermediate to advanced skill students.
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Anticlastic Sterling Silver Ring DIY Tutorial

An anticlastic shape is one that curves around two axes, the best example of this shape is the surface of a saddle. Anticlastic shapes are structurally rigid but light weighed pieces, making them ideal for jewelry making. This project will introduce you to anticlastic raising, which tools you need and how to use them to shape a beautiful one-of-a-kind ring. The wide adjustable band of the ring shank is perfect for stamping or hammering lots of texture! You can make the ring in Silver or copper, copper looks special good with green stones. The use of a calibrated stone and pre-made commercial bezel cup makes this a good beginner’s soldering project. This was a best selling metalworking class at the Bead & Button show. The small anticlastic stake and mallet combo, the soldering locking head & shank tweezers, calibrated cabochons & bezel cups used in this tutorial are available for purchase in the tools & materials area of the website. This tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file. it is 8 pages long and has 19 photos.
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Forged and Stamped Component Earrings DIY Tutorial

Stamping offers an infinite array of options to decorate metal. You can buy or make your own stamps. This is a simple project that involves shaping, forging and stamping wire to make a keyhole component. These components are very versatile, they can be combined to make charms, chains and other decorative elements for earrings and bracelets. This tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file, it has 7 pages, 16 photos, a template and plenty of tips. The tutorial is for beginners and intermediate students.
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Fused Silver Stud Earrings DIY Tutorial

Fusing is a technique commonly used while working with fine silver in the making of woven ring chains and granulation. It can also be a very useful way to recycle sterling silver scraps. Fusing requires a good eye and some experience in the use of a torch. The main reason for this project is to give you confidence to go on to a bigger project. After fusing some scrap wire to a couple of small silver disks, you will have the confidence to fuse a ring or pendant. This tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file, it has 7 pages, 19 photos, a template and plenty of tips. The tutorial is for beginners and intermediate students.
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Large Forged Head Pin and Domed Earrings DIY Tutorial

Head pins are very versatile jewelry making elements. They can be used to connect pieces, thread beads and attach elements. For our head pins I added a twist: making them with a thicker gauge than regular head pins. I forged and stamped the wire before winding the glass around the tip. Doming is a way of shaping metal that gives volume to a at sheet of material. In this case we will be doming a textured disk into a shallow bowl. This tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file, it has 8 pages, 24 photos, a template and plenty of tips. The tutorial is for beginners and intermediate students.
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Large gauge spiral bangle DIY PDF Tutorial

Large gauge wire can be forged, stamped, filed or cut to make beautiful neck wires and bangles. Forging flat such a thick wire will give it a rounded, very organic edge that cannot be obtained with a sheet metal strip. It will also give us a bigger area to show texture. This wide textured bangle will showcase your handmade lampwork head pins or disks beautifully. The tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file, it has 8 pages, 22 photos, a life size template of all the components and plenty of tips! For beginner skill students.
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Large Washer Ring DIY Tutorial

This is a very simple and fast ring project to make if you have the 2 big disk cutters. The pyramid shaped head pin was made by pressing the hot glass into one half of a crystal shaped bead press. At the end of the ring tutorial you will find a mini tutorial and some tips to make these pyramid shaped headpins. This tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file, it has 6 pages, 17 photos, a template and plenty of tips. The tutorial is for beginners and intermediate students.
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"Clam" Ring DIY Tutorial

Another simple ring that will let us explore the use of another cold connection: the screw & nut. For the texture on this ring I used a hammer with a hand carved face. Making your own tools is another way to individualize your jewelry, and make truly one-of-a-kind pieces. To carve the face of the hammer you only need a metal cutting wheel on your rotary tool and a bench vise. This tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file, it has 6 pages, 15 photos, a template and plenty of tips. The tutorial is for beginners and intermediate students.
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Loop Head Pin Bracelet DIY Tutorial

After making many beads on regular mandrels, most bead makers want to try making beads with larger holes. These beads can fit onto the popular cable bracelets on the market. They can also be used to make pendants or toggle clasps. Here we will be making a simple linked bracelet to showcase your large hole beads. The tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file, it has 5 pages, 13 photos, a life size template of all the components and plenty of tips! For beginner skill students.
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Oval Folded-over Flower Ring DIY Tutorial

On this ring we will manipulate a piece of sheet metal onto a three dimensional ring. The use of tiny drill bits lets us cut inside lines on the piece with the Jeweler’s saw. This tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file, it has 5 pages, 14 photos, a template and plenty of tips. The tutorial is for beginners and intermediate students.
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Oval Links and Glass Ring Toggle Clasp Bracelet DIY Tutorial

Big lampwork rings are beautiful. They are mostly used as pendants, but they can also be used as unique toggle clasps. We will be making soldered oval rings and hand stamped elements for the body of the bracelet. We will use a big lampwork glass ring lined with a split copper tube as the one-of-a-kind focal toggle. The tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file, it has 15 pages, 39 photos, a life size template of all the components and plenty of tips! As an extra, It comes with a variant to make a Long Chain Necklace. For intermediate skill students.
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Polymer And Copper Pendant DIY Tutorial

In this tutorial we will be constructing a split bezel & tab setting for a straight sided, angular shape. The flat shape will be made out of a multicolored piece of polymer clay. As an alternative you can substitute the polymer piece for a torch fired enamel piece. The project can also be turned into a solder-less piece using "cold connections “. The instructions for a customized stainless steel cable necklace with matching clasp are also included in the step-by-step instructions. The tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file, it has 11 pages, 29 photos, a life size template of all the components and plenty of tips! For beginner skill students.
$19.95

Reticulated Silver Over Copper Cuff DIY Tutorial

Reticulated silver over copper cuff with foldformed cabochon. Reticulation is a process in which silver is made to buckle in to ridges and valleys adding a very interesting and strong surface texture to the metal. This method produces one-of-a-kind pieces, very dramatic and organic looking. Foldforming, a relatively new way of manipulating metal is another technique that gives a very interesting surface to metal. Our cuff will have as a focal piece a foldformed cabochon, treated with chemical patinas to achieve a deep rich blue-green color. The cabochon will be attached with a riveted setting onto the reticulated cuff. This is a perfect project to recycle all your sterling silver scraps cutouts. This is a project for the intermediate to advanced student. It requires the use of an acetylene torch with a big tip. The tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file, it has 18 pages, 59 photos and plenty of tips!
$24.95

Reverse texture Copper and silver earrings DIY Tutorial

There are many ways to texture metal; one of the easiest is to use hammers that have some design cut in to their faces. There are some available at jewelry suppliers or you can make your own. In this project we will use a commercially available hammer. Its one of my favorites; you get a surface covered with tiny overlapping squares. We will get a “reverse” texture on the silver by rolling it through the rolling mill. Obtaining a raised squares texture. This tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file, it has 7 pages, 16 photos, a template and plenty of tips. The tutorial is for beginners and intermediate students.
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Chain I: Blue DIY Tutorial

Turquoise and blue is one of my favorite color combos. Since I have lots of beads in this color palette, they were perfect for a long chain. I got to use 37 of my beads. A large amount of silver went into the making of the links. Feel free to use copper instead of silver for the larger ovals and bead links. This necklace is 104 cm long (43”) and can easily be worn double with the use of an “S” clasp. The mix of different shaped beads draws the eye to go all the way around the necklace. The tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file, it has 9 pages, 25 photos, a life size template of all the components and plenty of tips! For beginner skill students.
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Screw-on Interchangeable Cabochon Ring DIY Tutorial

Nothing beats a piece of jewelry that has interchangeable parts! And if you are the one making the parts, even better! You can make as many different ones as you want: change the shape, choose the colors of the piece to match your wardrobe. The possibilities are endless! This tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file, it has 8 pages, 24 photos, a template and plenty of tips. The tutorial is for intermediate and advance students.
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Shaped and Forged Double Head Pin Earrings DIY Tutorial

Forging is a fast and satisfying way of giving texture to your metal pieces. This technique uses controlled hammering to shape metal. The thin end of a riveting hammer can give a very nice texture. Shaping and forging the thicker gauge wire before applying the glass eliminates the danger of damaging the glass drops. This tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file, it has 7 pages, 19 photos, a template and plenty of tips. The tutorial is for beginners and intermediate students.
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Shaped Silver Pendant And Earrings DIY Tutorial

Foldforming is a technique that lets you turn a flat sheet of metal into a three dimensional object. This way of manipulating sheet metal can also add a lot of texture to it. In this tutorial we will fold a piece of metal sheet many times to give it a eye catching texture. We will add to this texture with stamped designs intermixed with the folds. Once finished with the textured metal sheet we will cut out and shape a pair of round cabochons and a tear-shaped one. The cabochons will then be framed in sterling silver using a combination bezel-tab setting for a spectacular set of earrings and pendant. The step-by-step instructions includes how to apply and preserve colored patinas for a different look on the copper cabochons. This tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file. It has 16 pages, 54 photos and life size template of all the components. For intermediate skill students.
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Silver And Corrugated Copper Earrings DIY Tutorial

Tear Sterling silver and corrugated copper earrings Corrugation is a method of producing parallel pleats onto a flat sheet of material, in our case sheet metal. The deep texture of corrugated metal ads a great deal of visual interest to a piece of jewelry. Those deep pleated folds are also very good at holding colored patinas to enhance the design even more. This tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file, it has 13 pages and 43 photos. The tutorial is for beginner’s students with some soldering experience. But it can be easily modified to be a solderless project.
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Simple Forged Neck Wire for Large Focal Bead DIY Tutorial

Large lampwork beads are time-consuming to make, but they offer the maker a larger surface area to play with color combinations, frits, and other decorations. The best way to display these large beads is often something simple that draws the eye to the focal point of the necklace: your beautiful complex bead. Forging large gauge wire is an easy way to make a sturdy choker to display your one-of-a-kind focal bead. The tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file, it has 9 pages, 19 photos, a life size template of all the components and plenty of tips! For beginner skill students.
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Simple Tab Setting Ring DIY Tutorial

Tabs are small tongues cut into sheet metal that when folded or wrapped around an object can attach it to the metal sheet. Tabs are one of the simplest “cold connections “. In this project we will use them to set a small cylindrical bead on to a wide textured ring band. This tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file, it has 5 pages, 14 photos, a template and plenty of tips. The tutorial is for beginners and intermediate students.
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Chain II: Earth Tone Orphans DIY Tutorial

I had a collection of earth-tone “one-of-a-kind” beads, better known as the ”orphans”. Each of the beads has some interesting detail that I loved and could not bear to part with. I always had the idea of using all of the beads together in a long chain necklace. As the beads were big, the chain links had to be big too. The organic shapes of the forged and stamped thicker gauge oval links, in sterling silver, went well with the large beads. The twisted copper wire jump rings added color and textural interest to the metal components of the chain. The tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file, it has 6 pages, 18 photos, a life size template of all the components and plenty of tips! For beginner skill students.
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Sterling Silver And Polymer Clay Pendant DIY Tutorial

This project will guide you in the making of a simple yet striking reversible sterling silver and polymer clay one-of-a-kind pendant. This is a perfect beginners project. Is a good introduction to working with polymer clay. It covers basic instructions on: how to condition polymer clay, what tools to use, making a multicolored slab, cutting the clay and baking it in the oven. Also it goes over basic metal fabrication skills as cutting with a jeweler's saw, filing and sanding. Decorative stamping and patina application are also covered. The step-by-step instruction will walk you through the making of a simple polymer clay flat multicolored cabochon piece. Then go on to show you how to make a sterling silver frame, and tab-setting your cabochon. The final instructions will cover how to make a stainless steel cable necklace for your finished pendant. This tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file. It has 8 pages, 21 photos and life size template of all the components. For beginner skill students.
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Three link riveted cabochon bracelet DIY Tutorial

Cabochons can be set in a variety of ways, a bezel being the most common. Bezel setting, if not using a commercial made bezel cup, requires soldering. With this bracelet we will use a couple of non-soldering ways to set a cabochon. The tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file, it has 13 pages, 40 photos, a life size template of all the components and plenty of tips! For beginner & intermediate skill students.
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Torch Fired Earrings I, II, III, IV DIY Tutorial

4 in 1 Tutorial. Beautiful torch fired earrings. This tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file, it has 14 pages, 4 templates and 45 photos. Most of the projects are for beginners and intermediate skill students.
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Riveted Copper Cuff with Glass Disks DIY Tutorial

Cold connections are a fun way to add lampwork glass to metal jewelry pieces. In this project we will be making a cuff bracelet in copper with riveted textured elements. The organic lampwork glass disks will be connected to the cuff with miniature hex screws and nuts. The tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file, it has 8 pages, 22 photos, a life size template of all the components and plenty of tips! For beginner skill students.
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Curl Bail Pendant I DIY Tutorial

This is the first of a set of simple pendants that involve no soldering. This particular setting is a curled-over bail that lets you exchange the pendant piece. You can mount a variety of beads on these heavy gauge head pins to use with the same bail. The tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file, it has 5 pages, 13 photos, a life size template of all the components and plenty of tips! For beginner skill students.
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Torch Fired Pendant IV DIY Tutorial

Torch firing offers a cheap and fast way of trying your hand at enameling. There are many techniques to try out, the colors are bright and eye catching, the combinations infinite,what is not to like? Fabricate a simple and effective sterling silver prong setting for your torch-fired enamel piece. The result will be a one-of-a-kind conversation starter. Included you will find instruction for the Sgraffito enameling method used on the photo and how-to steps for the fabrication of the backing piece. The fabrication of the backing will cover texturing with hammers, making and soldering prongs, cutting jump rings and patina application. You will also learn how to make a cable neck wire for your pendant. This tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file. It has 12 pages, 33 photos and life size template of all the components. For intermediate skill students (torch use experience recommended)
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Wavy Lines Pendant II DIY Tutorial

This is the third no-solder pendant project. In this project I experimented with the same pendant shape but used two different textures. I played with the use of liver of sulfur and changed the color of the lampwork bead. These changes gave each pendant a different feel; each one is a one-of- a-kind piece. The tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file, it has 6 pages, 16 photos, a life size template of all the components and plenty of tips! For beginner skill students.
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Wavy lines pendant l DIY Tutorial

A simple but eye-catching pendant. This is a beginner’s project that involves annealing the metal to make it easy to texture and the use of another “cold connection”, the screw & nut. Transferring a texture pattern onto sheet metal can be done in many different ways, by hand or with the use of a rolling mill. For our project we will use the low-tech approach of transferring the texture by hand. The tutorial is an instant downloading PDF file, it has 7 pages, 17 photos, a life size template of all the components, plenty of tips. For beginner skill students.
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I am very happy because this week on Wednesday October 24th, we gave our first workshop in this school. We found a nice group of teenagers with lot of talent.