Jewelry Studio

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

Studio By My Own Design

by Janet. (Southeast Ohio, USA) I want to share a picture of my work center with you. After accumulating several storage boxes and numerous tools and spools of wire, I was spending most of my time lifting boxes to get to the one underneath. That is when I drew up plans for my first bead […]

My New Jewelry Design Studio: Need Your Best Tips Please

by Random. (Ohio USA) Hey all, I’ve been selling jewelry for a couple of years now but I put my business on hiatus since last fall because I’ve decided to open an online store and I’ve taken some time off to get some supplies together and reorganize so my online business can run as smoothly […]

From Traveling Jewelry Studio to Buying My First Home

by Beth Millner. (Marquette, Michigan, USA) The leaves are just beginning to change here in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. My garden has not frosted yet and we picked a few awesome tomatoes yesterday. I really feel that autumn is a huge transition time for me and this year will be one of the larger […]

Everything Within Reach

by Lady Mockingbird. (Upstate, New York, USA) To say I am a little bit ADD is like saying photos on the cover of Cosmo are a little bit retouched. Which means that I tend to head off to a given room in the house, intent on one kind of project when a runaway piece of […]

Beads Gone Wild

by Linda A Johnson. (Queensvillage New York, USA) I have purchased so many beads, findings, etc for my Jewelry Making Business. I don’t have a Shop for “CLARASGIRLS yet, so my bedroom is my shop. The clutter has interfered with my creative flow and I don’t know what to do. I have clear boxes, a […]

Cannot Leave It All Behind When on a Visit

by JoAnne. (Florida, USA) I really do not like to travel, but circumstances have led me to spend the winter in the panhandle of Florida. I know, its a hardship many would love to have. But traveling is difficult and I have had to leave my store behind and depend on others to keep it […]

Jewelry Studio Space: Re-use and recycle to re-organize your jewelry workspace!

by Dianne Culbertson. I have found a great use for some bulletin boards that were headed for the garbage by a local company. Hardly used but not too pretty, they were going to throw these away and replace them with some more modern and attractive models. I was always digging through my bins and drawers […]

Lapidary Start-up Costs

by Ahna White. So, you think you’d like to make your own cabochons? Well, I’m going to tell you what’s involved in doing that! (This article doesn’t include faceting gems – that’s a completely different subject!) One of the first things you learn in a metalsmithing class is how to bezel-set a cabochon. Because of […]

Jewelry Studio Shipping and Receiving Station

by Sue Runyon. (Niceville, Florida USA) It is such a luxury to have one dedicated, clear, flat surface to pack outgoing orders and to unpack supply orders on. I raised the table up to waist level with inexpensive bed risers. I placed small pieces of non-slip mat in the top of the bed risers to […]

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