Jewelry Studio

Your jewelry studio should be comfortable, well lit, and keep all your jewelry making needs within easy reach.

Cluttered vs. Tidy Work Area – Where are You More Creative? (Video)

Jewelry and Coffee with Rena by Rena Klingenberg. Here’s what a recent study reveals about creativity and clutter vs. tidiness. Where are you more creative? Transcript of this Video: Are you more creative when you work in a cluttered space, or in a space that’s neat and tidy? I recently read about an interesting study […]

Organizing Inventory: What’s the Best Way?

by Rahel. (Delaware) Hi All! 🙂 I am starting to expand my jewelry business into supplies. I would like to get some ideas on how to organize my physical inventory. Do you use boxes? If I have about 200-300 items, and also about 300 finished pieces how should I store them? Right now I have […]

A New Jewelry Studio: 15 Feet From My Back Door

by Lindsay Lee. (Yahk, British Columbia Canada) I am so excited about my new studio. There are still a few things left to do but it is basically up and running. My old work place was in the attic in a 5 ft by 8 ft. space and here I have the luxury of 12 […]

My Workshop & Design Studio

by Rebecca Doremus. (Daytona Beach, Florida USA) I am finally feeling like I am getting organized and can find something when I want it … almost. I have been cultivating my collection of jewelry supplies and tools for 12 years and it is just recently that I have taken the time to get organized – […]

Restoring My Jewelry Studio

by Dianne Culbertson-Jacques. (Windsor, Vermont USA) When we moved from Maine to Vermont and rented a house I was faced with creating studio space to work in. The house has a 20X27 great room off the kitchen and what used to be the living room in front of the house. We decided that the old […]

DIY Jewelry Magazine Holder: Protect Your Investment

by Noreen. (South Carolina, USA) Jewelry making magazines are a valuable resource for inspiration and technique that most of us refer back to many times, sometimes over the span of many years. You can easily create cereal box jewelry magazine holders to store your magazine collections, in a way that keeps them at your fingertips […]

My New Jewelry Workbench from My Resident “Handyman”

by Lynda Carson. (Spring Valley, California USA) Gotta love my resident handyman! AKA husband. He really listened to my ideas and needs for a jewelry bench and then redesigned his father’s old workbench that had been lying around our garage for 20 years. I painted it a lovely chocolate brown and decorated the pegboard backing. […]

My Renaissance Jewelry Studio

by Cheryl Dunham. (United States) These pictures are of my studio, I had been preparing jewelry for 6 shows and my studio became so messed up that I couldn’t find anything. Took me 4 days to clean it up, but when I was done it was a joy to work in. Now I’m picking up […]

Mockingbird Lane Wire Studio/Showroom

by Lady Mockingbird. (Upstate, New York USA) Earlier this year, I made the very exciting yet scary leap to self-employment making and selling my jewelry. Also, over the past few years of running my jewelry business alongside of being engaged in a full-time professional career in government service, I’ve had to turn down a number […]

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