Winter 2014 Jewelry Stringing

Light up your holiday season and beyond with 77 stylish jewelry designs you'll want to make immediately. Plus, explore the 2013 Bead Star winners, jewelry tool tips, and much more!
SKU: ST1312

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You’ll love this if:

  • You’re looking for stylish jewelry design inspiration for earrings, necklaces, and bracelets.
  • You want to make your own modern and wearable jewelry.
  • You’re looking for the latest tips, techniques, and trends to use in your jewelry projects.

Sparkle, dazzle, and shine with the 77 gorgeous jewelry projects featured in the Winter2014 issue of Jewelry Stringing magazine!

Make just the right jewelry design for any holiday party, or an accessory that speaks to your inner Queen–with four stylish themes, there’s a something for every jewelry artist inside this issue! Expertly mix fiber, chain, beads, and wire together into stylish projects that will light up any season.

Bonus! This issue of Jewelry Stringing magazine features the 2013 winners of the Bead Star jewelry competition. Be inspired by the breath-taking winning designs in a variety of themes.

Order your copy of Jewelry Stringing magazine today and explore the jewelry-making information you won’t want to be without:

  • Focus on creating a beautiful spiral embellishment with Technique Focus!
  • Get the right earrings to accent any look with 28 Earring Designs.
  • Explore lovely bracelet designs – 18 to be exact in 18 Bracelet Designs.
  • Get the Look with featured products to build your own variations of these stylish featured designs.
  • Make the right accessory for your style – four stylish themes yield stylish and wearable jewelry accessories!
  • Discover tips for selling your jewelry directly from top designers themselves in Sell & Tell.
  • And much more!
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