The ancient Romans were well known for their decadence. Whether it was coddling enough vino to fill every barrel in donkey kong or having nightly orgies with any partner of their choosing, they knew how to party and could put any frat boy to shame with their decadent endurance ...more
In this video tutorial, viewers will learn how to make a memory wire bracelet. This video provides all the materials required to make the bracelet. The required materials include a memory wire (bracelet size), heavy duty wire cutters (memory wire shears), round-nose pliers and ...more
Jewelry making is a fine art, with some jewelers devoting their entire lifetimes to learning how to perfect beading, wiring, sautering, and arranging. But that doesn't mean you can't make a beautiful bracelet if you're a jewelry making beginner! Want a fast and easy way to cr ...more
Memory wire is kind of like memory foam, minus the comfort and all. A wire that takes on the shape you bend it to, memory wire is great for crafting wire bookmarks, pendants, and all types of jewelry. Getting started in making your own beaded jewelry doesn't have to be hard. ...more
Watch this video to learn how to make a wire wrap bracelet.
Wire hearts are cute, friendly jewelry pieces that are as versatile as they are attractive. Composed simply of a bent and twisted piece of wire, they can be shaped into bookmarks, earrings, necklace chains, and bracelets. Watch this video to learn how to make 2 different size ...more
kriquit describes how to make a PacMan charm bracelet in this video. She uses various colors of polymer clay to make Mr.. and ms. PacMan and the little ghosts. The color she uses are red, blue, pink, orange, yellow and white and black for the eyes. She also says that you need ...more
The basics of Wire jewelry making are extremely easy to learn, and it's easy to get started quickly making your own earrings, bracelets, and necklaces, but excelling into harder wraps and loops is something only seasoned jewelry makers can do. Watch this video for your introd ...more
Want to make your own jewelry? While there are loads of pre-made earrings and necklaces and bracelets out there, it's often hard to find one that suits your personality to a tee, so we totally feel you. But before you start haphazardly strining stuff onto a wire, check out thi ...more
Learn how to finish a bracelet with crimps and covers to finish a bracelet start by putting a crimp bead over your beading wire and then add a clasp. After putting the clasp on the wire run the beading wire back through the crimp. Move the crimp bead up toward the clasp leavin ...more
In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to make a Mediterranean blue bracelet. The materials required for this project are: memory wire, Mediterranean Czech glass bead mix, 4mm sea side mix Czech fire polish round beads, wire cutter, super glue, bead stopper and 2 3mm memory ...more
In this tutorial, we learn how to make a beaded Viking knit bracelet. First, pull a craft wire through a draw plate in the largest hole. After this, you will have a knitted weave bracelet. Now, place a hook in the loops at the end of the bracelet, and twist it down, then cut t ...more
For anyone interested in learning how to make their own jewelry, try the simple steps in this arts and crafts tutorial to make a Bali bead and lampwork bracelet. To make the bracelet, you will need jewelry wire, a sterling silver toggle and clasp, crimp beads, Bali stone beads ...more
Perfect for a 4th of July craft, this tutorial shows you how to make an easy beaded bracelet with a patriotic touch. You'll need some copper wire (or jewelry wire), red, white and blue beads, a pencil and a pair of safety scissors.
These earrings, bracelets, and necklaces look expensive, but they're actually homemade and totally doable on a budget. With Christmas just a few days away, if you're looking to stay within your budget while giving out beautiful gifts then this may be the perfect craft for you. ...more
Learn how to straighten wire with this jewelry making video. Use a pair of pliers to straighten a piece of warped wire. When making earrings, bracelets, rings and necklaces, don't throw away the bent pieces of left over wire. They can be salvaged!
You can learn to make a beautiful chain mail bracelet by watching this video. The bracelet is easy to make and affordable too. Start by sliding two silver jumper rings onto a paper clip. Two copper jumper rings are passed through the silver rings and twisted to complete the lo ...more
Hand-painted wood beads and sterling leaf beads on memory wire with sterling toggle clasp.
Taking a letter die set (which you can find at hardware stores), stamp in words and phrases which are important to you onto copper washers. Thenk link the washers together with small loops of jewelry wire, attach a clasp, and you have your own mantra bracelet to help keep you ...more
Sick of buying clasps to finish off your handmade jewelry? In this two-part jewelry making tutorial, learn how to make your own clasp for a necklace or bracelet with easy to follow instructions. Construct a handmade wire clasp to use on any of your necklace or bracelet jewelry ...more
One important part of jewelery making involves properly attaching hooks. This jewelry how-to video demonstrates the proper way to attach a hook, use it for making earing, bracelets or charms. Begin by holding the wire firmly in one hand. Using the chain nose pliers gently twis ...more
This video jewelry-making tutorial shows a quick and easy way to wrap the end of a pin or wire into a loop. Used this technique to make pendants, earrings, or bracelet ends. Watch this instructional video, learn how to bend a jewelry loop.
Art Jewelry Magazine associate editor Addie Kidd shows you how to make an S-hook clasp with looped ends. You will need wire, pliers, and a hammer. Learn how to make an s-hook clasp with looped ends for necklaces or bracelets by watching this video jewelry-making tutorial.
Art Jewelry Magazine associate editor Addie Kidd shows you how to make an S-hook clasp with hammered ends. You'll need silver wire, pliers, and a hammer. Learn how to craft an s-hook clasp for necklaces or bracelets by watching this video jewelry-making tutorial.
Callottes are a great way of hiding knots or crimp beads when making jewelry - this instructional video demonstrates how they can be used. They're basically little cups that cover the end of wire on a bracelet or necklace. Learn how to use a callotte in jewelry making by watch ...more
Where making jewelry, there are a lot of times that you will have to make a simple wire loop. This is how to do it. Cut a piece of jewelry wire 3 inches long. Slide a bead onto this wire. At the end, close to the bead, leave approximately 1/4 of an inch of wire. Bend the sho ...more
Our expert Debra Windsong will show you how you can make your own jewelry. If you have ever been interested in jewelry making, let our expert show you how to make wire necklaces, chain earrings, bracelets, and even watch bands with simple materials you can find at any craft st ...more
If you've already tried the 3-pegged head on the Clover Wonder Knitter, it's time to try out the 6-pegged one. The Crochet Crowd shows you how to cast on from the 6-knobbed head with ease. This tool is a great way to experiment with your knitting skills! This is a fabulous li ...more
Clover's Wonder Knitter is a nifty little device that comes with a 3- and 6-pegged head. This is a great little device to experiment with and The Crochet Crowd is going to show you how to cast on from the 3-knobbed head. Also, check out the 6-pegged head tutorial. This is a f ...more
This video will show you how to make a beautiful and dramatic beaded necklace with a pendant. She uses a sterling steel shield pendant but you can use any pendant you like. You can choose any type of beads depending on the look you would like to achieve. In this case hematite ...more
For this project you will need some 4 mm orange beads, acrylic spacers, 4 mm black glass beads, 8 mm black glass beads, 10 mm orange glass beads, memory wire, headpins & skull charms. You also need pliers that include bent nose pliers, chain nose pliers, round nose pliers and ...more
Want to make even the newest of jewelry look antique? Then you've stumbled upon the right jewelry crafting video. Take a gander to learn how to color brass flower findings using Lumiere paints and Gilder's Paste. These two colorants can add a vintage patina to your necklaces ...more
Kiwua demonstrates how to make squares friendship bracelets. There are 3 pink threads on the left, 2 black threads in the middle and another 3 pink on the right. First, you take two from left and make a knot from left to right. Then, with the same threads, another knot from ri ...more
Throughout the meticulous and dexterous process of jewelry making, when you get to the end of your bracelet or necklace, there's a feeling of accomplishment and satisfaction. But to seal the deal, you need to crimp. Crimping is a necessary process for the ends of your homemade ...more
In this video series our expert shows you how to make a Christmas bracelet. Making jewelry can be fun and creative, and combining it with the Christmas holiday allows you to create a wonderful gift for family or friends. Get step-by-step instructions to picking the proper bead ...more
Though jewelry making can be meticulous and dependent on dexterity, using the right wire makes the whole process easier and faster. Wire necklaces and bracelets are simple when using the soft flexible wire, or soft flex. This demonstration video will help walk you through the ...more
In these videos, our expert will show you how to make wire wrap jewelry. Wire wrap jewelry is an easy to learn, but very professional looking way to make your own jewelry. In these videos you will learn what tools you need to begin making your own jewelry. Our expert will expl ...more
In this video series on how to make jewelry, our expert will teach you how to refurbish vintage jewelry. If you've ever had a piece of vintage jewelry with a missing clasp or a broken wire, our expert can show you how to take vintage and thrift store jewelry and turn it into b ...more