An Editor's Guide to Getting Published: Best Practices for Submitting Your Jewelry Designs

Join Sara Richardson as she discusses how to submit your original jewelry-making projects and designs to jewelry magazines for publication.
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As jewelry artists, we constantly look at magazines, books, and even websites to find inspiration and try different techniques. Once you are confident enough in your chosen techniques, you may feel like you have the perfect design that you're eager to share with the jewelry-making community. A great way to do that is by submitting your work to be published! But, where do you begin? How do you figure out what publication or website is best for your work? And, how do you properly write a step-by-step tutorial that others can clearly understand to make your project?

If you submit a project worthy of publication, it can give your work and your business a big boost with the extra exposure. What's more, it can even be republished in special issue magazines, online downloads, or in eBooks. Best yet, if you write a great project, the editors may contact you again to publish more of your work!

Join Sara Richardson, a chain maille jewelry artist and current contributing editor for Step by Step Wire Jewelry magazine, for her web seminar that will teach you all of this and more so you can get your jewelry designs published! Sarah will give you an insider's perspective about the best (and worst) practices on how to properly submit your work. From sending in your first photo, to naming your piece, to catching common writing and grammatical errors, to pairing step photos with your written steps, to writing that perfect short biography; you'll cover all of this information (and more!) in this helpful web seminar!

During this web seminar you'll learn:

  • How to properly write and format a step-by-step tutorial for a publication.
  • The proper steps for submitting a project proposal to an editor.
  • Common mistakes editors find in tutorials and how to avoid them.
  • Steps for choosing the right publication to showcase your art jewelry.
  • How to properly take and submit photos with your written project.
  • Writing tips so you can create a great introduction and short biography to include with your tutorial.
  • Tips and tricks to help get your work published over and over again.

 About the Instructor:
Sara Richardson began her jewelry-making journey 10 years ago when she became an assistant (later associate) editor for Step by Step Wire Jewelry magazine. Now she has returned to the magazine as a freelance contributing editor, while also running her own chain maille jewelry business, Creative World of Sara's Lovestruck Jewelry.

Through the business, she hosts jewelry-making parties for children and adults and trunk shows in the Philadelphia suburbs. She also sells her work at craft shows and online. Sara's work has been published in over 20 magazines and websites, including Step by Step Wire Jewelry, Easy Wire, and Jewelry Making Daily. She is also a proud stay-at-home wife and mother of a young daughter. Find out more about Sara and contact her through her website,

Who Should Attend:

  • Jewelry artists who are looking for extra exposure for their business by being published in a magazine or on a website
  • Jewelry artists who want to learn the proper ways to submit step-by-step tutorials to a publication
  • Designers who have written a step-by-step tutorial but need some extra help getting it published
  • Jewelry artists who think they have a great project that should be published but don't know where to start
  • Designers who want to have projects seriously considered by magazines and publishers
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