Jewelry Design to Fund a Non-Profit Organization – How to Find the Person to Pitch It to?

by Rashida Cotton. (Macon, GA) Hello all! I have a jewelry design, and I want to use the profits from the design to help fund an organization to help abused children. Does anyone know who I can pitch this design to? Thank you! Rashida Cotton

Travels and Sea Glass

by Jean Forman. (Lucky Sea Glass Jewelry) I have found a way to combine my love of travel with my passion for creating jewelry with sea glass I find worldwide. On many previous trips, my fellow passengers have admired my designs and have wanted to buy items from me, so I have learned to bring […]

Producing Your Jewelry Design on a Larger Scale

by Lady Mockingbird. (Upstate, NY) Do you have a jewelry concept in your mind that will require a huge investment in tools and equipment or even skills you don’t yet possess? Have you considered the possibility of partnering with a small-run manufacturer? Peripherally, I was aware that there are jewelry artists who work wholly in […]

Jewelry Artist Assistant: the smartphone

by Sheila Meador. (Charlotte, North Carolina USA) We live in an age where most people have a mobile phone, and many artists maintain photo albums on their devices. If you own a smartphone, you more than likely have a few utility apps that can make your life easier as a jewelry designer. Other than scheduling […]

How Do I Prioritize My Jewelry Making Clients?

by Crissey. (Eastpointe, Michigan USA) After months of an extremely slow start to getting my jewelry business going, I have what appears to be several leads on some very large orders. I am in the process of negotiating a wholesale deal with a national foundation focusing on a great cause. I also know of a […]

Question of Legality on Repurposed Jewelry

by Melinda Pollack. (USA) Do you know if its legal to purchase pre-made jewelry from China, take it apart and create another design from the elements taken from it? Or, use it for a different purpose while still having the same design? Melinda Pollack

Casting Your Jewelry Not as Difficult as You Might Think

by Virginia Vivier. (Sunny Tucson, Arizona USA) I enjoy making one-of-a-kind pendant designs more than duplicating the same ones over and over. A few of my designs are more popular than others and customers expect each one to look the same as in the website photo, which can be hard, since I make each one […]

How to Know What Styles are Trending?

by Rose. (Riverview, Florida USA) I am here to ask a question regarding Style. I feel that I am always a step behind in the styles that people are asking for, which makes me late on the season for selling that particular style. Am I the only one that feels this way? Is there some […]

The Courage to Try New Opportunities in Your Jewelry Business (Video)

Jewelry and Coffee with Rena by Rena Klingenberg. It can be hard to make yourself step out and take advantage of a new opportunity. Here’s a mindset that can help you do it easily: Transcript of This Video: One of the best ways to advance in your jewelry business is to experiment with new opportunities. […]

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