Beads, Baubles, and Jewels TV Series 1900 DVD

Don't miss out on this season of Beads, Baubles, and Jewels packed with jewelry projects you'll want to make, wear, and will fall in love with.
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Fall in love with the must-make jewelry designs featured in season 1900 of Beads, Baubles, and Jewels. With 13 information-packed episodes (over 6 full hours) this DVD set has the skills, expert tips, jewelry making know-hows, and trends delivered directly to you from the jewelry artists you trust!

Whether you’re new to jewelry making and searching for beautiful projects to make at home, or a veteran designer looking for inspiration, Beads, Baubles, and Jewels has jewelry projects, design tips, and fashionable techniques you need to know. Bezel a beautiful cabochon with Beading Daily online editor Jen VanBenschoten, master wire wrapping with Barb Switzer, solder like a true pro with Kate Richbourg, and so much more!

Order your copy of this project packed season today to:

  • Pump up your jewelry designs with the hottest trends delivered directly from the artists you trust including Jen VanBenschoten, Kate Richbourg, Candie Cooper, and many more!
  • Learn the hot techniques you need to know – add bold colors, stitch beautiful beaded designs, add dazzling mixed media components, and much more.
  • Skip the guesswork with up-close shots, expert directions, easy-to-see-steps, and more!
  • Inspire your designs with jewelry making ideas delivered by engaging host Katie Hacker.
  • And much, much more!

Don’t miss out on this season of Beads, Baubles, and Jewels packed with jewelry projects you’ll want to make, wear, and will fall in love with.

1901 | Knot It - Leather, ribbon, and other stringing materials are in the spotlight. Host Katie Hacker begins with a knotted neon bracelet, followed by a lesson from Erin Siegel in making knotted earrings. Jill Wiseman teaches the basics of kumihimo, then Katie is back to show you how to embellish chain with fibers.

1902 | Wire It - Wire wrapping is one of our all-time favorite techniques. Keep your skills fresh with these updates on the tried-and-true techniques. Host Katie Hacker demonstrates a layered pendant necklace. Then see how Barb Switzer creates wire-wrapped bangles with beads and how Patti Bullard makes earrings with handmade soldered ovals.

1903 | Shape It - Use these techniques to form shapes that add structure and interest to your jewelry projects. Host Katie Hacker shows you how to stitch wire-and-bead chandelier earrings. Jennifer VanBenschoten demonstrates how to bead-embroider mandalas with gumdrop beads. Kate Richbourg crafts a no-fail soldered bangle bracelet, then Katie returns to sculpt a beautiful beaded collar.

1904 | Spiral It - A spiral is an ancient symbol that has many meanings. Use spirals in your work to enhance your jewelry designs. Create a spiral-knot pendant necklace with host Katie Hacker. Learn spiral herringbone stitch with Jean Campbell, and meet Laura Timmons, who demonstrates how to make a faux suede bracelet with crystal rose-pin embellishments.

1905 | Wrap It - Get wrapped up in beads! Host Katie Hacker shows how to embellish flip flops. Make wire-wrapped chandelier earrings with Barb Switzer. Craft a leather wrap bracelet with Erin Siegel. And follow along as Katie creates a set of bracelets that look great when stacked together on your wrist.

1906 | Weave It - Woven jewelry is in! Host Katie Hacker shows you how to attach crystals and beads to flat braided cord for a fun cuff bracelet. Julianna Hudgins demonstrates a loomed affinity bracelet. And kumihimo expert Jill Wiseman makes a braided bracelet with leather cord and beads.

1907 | Design It - Great projects begin with basic design principles. Follow along as host Katie Hacker creates a color-block necklace. Jean Campbell teaches how to shape with peyote stitch. Watch Elizabeth Ward demonstrate beaded holiday ornaments, and, from Kellie Defries, get new ideas for attaching crystal embellishments to jewelry surfaces.

1908 | Twist It - Twist your way to great projects with host Katie Hacker’s ombré bib-style necklace made with twisted jump rings, Kate Richbourg’s soldered ring band made with twisted wire, and Laura Timmons’ crocheted wire bead-ball bracelets.

1909 | Link It - Host Katie Hacker shows how you can link filigrees and pendants to create a fabulous necklace. Candie Cooper makes a multi-strand bracelet using simple crimping techniques. Patti Bullard crafts a bracelet with handmade metal links, and Katie puts together a draped necklace using bead-link chain.

1910 | Tie It - Tie it all together, starting with host Katie Hacker’s necklace featuring ribbon and large drop beads. Then join Julianna Hudgins to make a loomed mosaic bracelet using square two-hole beads. Last, Laura Timmons recycles an old tie by turning it into a cuff bracelet with crystals.

1911 | Embellish It - Here are three ways to add embellishments to create a look that’s all your own: Make twisted wire and bead earrings under the tutelage of host Katie Hacker. With Jean Campbell, learn to create simple beaded edgings. Then get some tips from Kellie Defries for dressing up your shoes and more with brilliant crystals.

1912 | Stitch It - All you need is a needle and thread to stitch your way to beautiful detailing. Host Katie Hacker makes an embellished leather cuff bracelet using beads and blanket stitch. Jennifer VanBenschoten works bead embroidery on top of a handmade block-print pattern. And Jean Campbell demonstrates flat and circular square stitch.

1913 | Bead It - Host Katie Hacker walks you through the process of making a spiral bracelet using irregular seed beads, flowers, and leaves. Elizabeth Ward gives a peek at her Czech-glass button collection and shares ideas for how to use buttons in jewelry. Then Candie Cooper shows how to make a necklace with large-hole beads that have been embellished with wire wraps.

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SKU 13BD31
Product Type DVD
ISBN 13 9781620336885
Runtime 6 hours
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