Issue 329

Jewelry Making Journal Newsletter

Rena Klingenberg

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And thanks for joining me to talk about jewelry today!
~ Rena Klingenberg
Founder of Jewelry Making Journal


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Rena’s Free Jewelry Tutorial

Leather Choker for Pendants (Tutorial)

New Inspirations & Discussions from the JMJ Community:

Making Jewelry with a Forgotten Coin Collection

Beach Sea Glass Choker

What Are These Beads?

Help with Misunderstood Banner at Craft Shows

Labradorite Lotus Cuff Bracelet


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Do You Use Clam Shell Bead Tips or Crimp Tubes and Covers?

The Octopus Thief in Polymer Clay

The Immaculate Heart of Mary Gemstone Bracelets

At What Point are You No Longer an Amateur Jewelry Artist?

Remember Memory Wire

Creating a Sea Glass Statement Necklace

Attempt at Wire Wrapping Bangles

Types of Monochrome Laser Printers that Work on PNP Paper for Chemical Etching?

Jewellery with Students Who Have Complex Needs

How to Make New Jewelry that Looks Ancient

Help Me Decide How to Turn My Stamped Penny Souvenirs into Something Grand


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