Unexpected Uses For Your Favorite Jewelry-making Findings
When I first started learning how to bead, I ordered jewelry findings — lots of jewelry findings. I ordered clasps, cones, spacers bars, eye pins, head pins, jump rings of all types and shapes and sizes, cord and ribbon ends, and lots and lots of other jewelry-making findings that I had never heard of before. As I strung dozens of beaded necklaces and bracelets and assembled earrings for craft shows and farmer's markets, I started looking for ways to use those findings to make my jewelry stand out from the rest of the jewelry sellers. When I discovered how to use end cones as dangles for a beaded gemstone necklace, I was hooked on finding new uses for my favorite jewelry-making findings!
Fast forward to 2014, and Michelle Mach's outstanding new book, Unexpected Findings. And now, Michelle will be presenting all that she's learned about the best, most creative ways to get the most out of your jewelry findings in a live webinar!
Do you want to give your beaded jewelry designs a fresh look? Register now for How to Use Jewelry Findings in Unexpected Ways, and you'll learn the best way to source those hard-to-find materials, how to brainstorm new uses for your jewelry findings, tips for using findings and components you probably already own, new ways to use common materials like end caps, head pins, connectors, and more! You'll find out how to customize your jewelry and make gorgeous metal jewelry without soldering, sawing, or metalsmithing or torching.
Register now to reserve your seat for How to Use Jewelry Findings in Unexpected Ways with Michelle Mach on Tuesday, January 13, 2014 at 1 p.m. EST, and even if you can't attend the live event, you'll still be among the first to receive access to the recorded presentation. You can watch and listen to the recorded event again and again, as many times as you need to. For anyone who attends the live event, you'll have the chance to ask Michelle questions about techniques and materials and have them answered in real time at the end of the presentation. This is your chance to ask an expert jewelry artist about her design process, finding those hard-to-find materials, and so much more!