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Here are the top ten articles for the Jewelry Making Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Fold Form Copper Bracelet Project
Looking for unique jewelry making techniques to add to art jewelry line? If you have not worked with Fold Form this is a fun project to try. Each piece you make is truly different. Try it out and see how you like working with the fold form technique.
2. Is Polymer Clay Toxic?
Polymer clay is affordable and easy to use - and it hardens right in your kitchen oven. Unfortunately, it also contains chemicals known to be hazardous. Learn whether polymer clay might pose a risk to your health or our environment.
3. Beadalon Nylon Coated Bead Stringing Wire
A look at the characteristics of nylon coated beading wire - including how to select the best size for your project and tips for making your strung jewelry as durable as possible.
4. What Glues to use in Jewelry Making
Here is an idea of what kinds of glue to use in making jewelry.
5. Info - Recycled Jewelry
Different things we can re-use to make jewelry.
6. Modifying a Vintage Beaded Choker
Customize a fashionable vintage beaded choker necklace to make it more wearable.
7. Polishing Sterling Silver with a Rock Tumbler
Read about how I use a professional-model rock tumbler to polish handmade sterling silver jewelry and components.
8. How to Antique or Oxidize Brass
Learn which chemicals you can use to create a dark, antiqued finish on brass beads and findings.
9. Wire Working Basics
Working with wire can be fun, making creative jewelry and findings. Rings, Brooches and earrings can be designed using wire with beads and stones or simply with wire alone. Knowing the basics of using wire will prepare you for all of your wire projects.
10. Sterling Silver Wire and Bead Necklace Project
Make a striking necklace with hand-forged sterling silver wire connectors and wrapped turquoise bead links.
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