Tube Riveted Earrings with Kim St. Jean
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You'll love this if:
- You want to get started making metal jewelry!
- You are looking for an earring project that doesn't require many specialized tools.
- You adore jewelry and want to make your own custom earrings.
Jump in to metalsmithing with easy earrings you can make on you kitchen table!
Join author and jewelry designer Kim St. Jean for a few jewelry-making basics in the video download Tube Riveted Earrings. Learn how to make a stunning pair of earrings using minimal space, a few tools, and metal. Begin with a list of helpful tools and materials to make these fashionable riveted earrings. Kim demonstrates everything you need to get started from cutting out metal and adding texture to riveting the metal pieces together and crafting earwires as the finishing touch of your project. You'll be making jewelry in no time with Kim's expert technique tips, helpful tool hints, and so much more.
Download your copy of Tube Riveted Earrings with Kim St. Jean today to:
- Dive into metal jewelry-making! Learn the ins and outs of riveting as you make Earthy earrings with Kim St. Jean.
- Texture the metal components using the hammers you may already own.
- Learn how to layer your metal, punch consistent holes, and create tube rivets using pre-made eyelets.
- Pump up the contrast quickly and easily by darkening your metal with liver of sulfur.
- And more!
About the expert:
Kim St. Jean is an award-winning instructor, author, and jewelry designer whose work has been featured in several magazines, books and television shows. She teaches regularly at three art schools and at workshops and events around the country. Kim has authored two books: Mixed Metal Mania and Metal Magic. She owns Studio St. Jean in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, with her husband, Norm. Visit kimstjean.com. Learn all about brazing techniques from Kim in her video workshop Kitchen Table Metalsmithing: Beginner Brazing for Copper Jewelry Making: A Soldering Alternative.
|Author/Speaker/Editor||Kim St. Jean|
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|Product Type||Video Download|