Mix Up Your Jewelry Design

Are all your jewelry components sorted into neat compartments, with your clasps, crimp tubes, jump rings, eye pins, ear wires, and so on separated by color? (No? I didn't think so!) If you're like most jewelry artists, your stash of findings is a treasure trove of miscellaneous products, all mixed together and practically begging for excavation. And if you're looking for inspiration, you probably don't need to look any farther than that hodge-podge mess of findings!  

In her upcoming webinar, How to Use Jewelry Findings in Unexpected Ways (Tuesday, January 13, 1:00 p.m. EST), Michelle Mach presents some uncommon uses for popular findings. Michelle provides ideas for alternative findings if you can't find the "correct" one, as well as fun and creative ideas for using common findings in new and unique ways.

Discover some of Michelle's favorite techniques for alternative uses of findings, and learn seven specific brainstorming prompts that will help you come up with your own ideas. Using findings in new and creative ways also allows you to create convertible jewelry, which is currently one of the hottest jewelry trends!

If you can't attend the live event, your registration will still allow you to access the archived web seminar for one year (link sent via email approximately one week after the live event).

Don't waste time sorting through your stash of findings; let Michelle Mach's web seminar be your guide to inspiration, and spend your time creating new and unique pieces of jewelry instead!

~Lavon Peters, managing editor, Beadwork and Jewelry Stringing magazines

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