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Beads & Beyond Magazine - Issues - July 2013

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Jewellery Made From Recycled Brass bomb Shell Teardrop Pendant. ethically handmade

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Brickstitch Beading Tutorial

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We're back! I know you can't wait now to finish your Japanese Fan Earrings so here is our brickstitch beading tutorial Part 2.

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Cabbage Patch Bracelet

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The movement in this Cabbage Patch Bracelet is what makes it so fun and easy to wear. The increasing and decreasing lines are what make it one of our more fun chain mail patterns. Make it with colored jump rings or simple silver!
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Beads & Beyond Magazine - Projects - Braveheart bracelet

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Crochet, Knit, bead, embroidery, handmade, craft, handicraft, tatting, knot: Beading violet tutorial

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Economical Ways For Jewelry Repair

Jewelries are prized possessions. It can be disappointing if your gems would get damages. Most of the stores conducting repairs can charge a lot. Most of the fixing rates can cost for thirty dollars and above. Here are the economical ways for jewelry repair Marshall. Assess your accessory about their damages. By inspecting, you will know if you can fix them by yourself or not. If you have complicated problems on your gems, better hand it to a repair shop than further compromising the damage. You can purchase cheap supplies if you decide to fix it yourself. When working on a piece of item, you should do it on a suitable working space. Be on a table which can be spacious. Have ample amount of light. If necessary, you can use reading glasses or a magnifying glass to see better. The accessory's clasp must face you. Expand the jump rings. If you see two round-shaped hollows, these are the rings that are attached to the clasp's chain. You will need the first pair of needle-nosed pliers to clamp one side of the slit in the rings. The slit should face up the ceiling. Using your other hand, get the second pair of pliers to clamp the second side of the slit. You can adjust the opening by slowly opening them in opposite directions to be wider. Repeat this process on the other jump rings. If the clasps have been damaged, remove both sides of it. Replace them with new ones. You will now use your pliers to close the rings. Use the same method that you have done earlier. You can also use this technique in fixing chain links. Do not forget that they may bend very easily. Handle them carefully to avoid further damage. Clean your gems as often as you can to avoid dirt marks. Ultrasonic cleaners are recommended since they are cheap and effective. Remember your accessory's value and do not try to fix any damages beyond your skill when it comes to jewelry repair Marshall . Ask an expert to do it so that you will not create further destruction. We have a lot more helpful information about Economical Ways For Jewelry Repair .


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Jewelries are prized possessions. It can be disappointing if your gems would get damages. Most of the stores conducting repairs can charge a lot. Most of the fixing rates can cost for thirty dollars and above. Here are the economical ways for jewelry repair Marshall. Assess your accessory about their damages. By inspecting, you will know if you can fix them by yourself or not. If you have complicated problems on your gems, better hand it to a repair shop than further compromising the damage. You can purchase cheap supplies if you decide to fix it yourself. When working on a piece of item, you should do it on a suitable working space. Be on a table which can be spacious. Have ample amount of light. If necessary, you can use reading glasses or a magnifying glass to see better. The accessory's clasp must face you. Expand the jump rings. If you see two round-shaped hollows, these are the rings that are attached to the clasp's chain. You will need the first pair of needle-nosed pliers to clamp one side of the slit in the rings. The slit should face up the ceiling. Using your other hand, get the second pair of pliers to clamp the second side of the slit. You can adjust the opening by slowly opening them in opposite directions to be wider. Repeat this process on the other jump rings. If the clasps have been damaged, remove both sides of it. Replace them with new ones. You will now use your pliers to close the rings. Use the same method that you have done earlier. You can also use this technique in fixing chain links. Do not forget that they may bend very easily. Handle them carefully to avoid further damage. Clean your gems as often as you can to avoid dirt marks. Ultrasonic cleaners are recommended since they are cheap and effective. Remember your accessory's value and do not try to fix any damages beyond your skill when it comes to jewelry repair Marshall . Ask an expert to do it so that you will not create further destruction. We have a lot more helpful information about Economical Ways For Jewelry Repair .