Everything from super-hero styles to yoga or henna-inspired designs are showing up on my jewelry displays--Including bracelets, earrings, pendants, cell phone charms and so much more.
Permanent markers and artist's pencils work great, but like a kid in a candy store, I find myself going through my supplies to see what new technique I can try. My rubber stamps by Lisa Pavelka, Gilders Paste ®, metal leaf and top coat to protect it all. Hmmm, what else can I try? Oh, what about my clay cutters for shapes and designer hole punches and ... Well, you get the idea.
My EASY-BAKE Oven of years past is long gone by now, replaced by my new Hamilton Beach ® Easy Reach™ toaster/craft oven that works much better, of course. Who would have believed that I would demonstrate these techniques at the BeadandButton® Show in Milwaukee?
The basic idea is five simple steps:
Shrinkable plastic sets are available in three different sheet types: Crystal Clear, Ruff N' Ready ™ and black. Each comes as a complete jewelry-making set that includes sterling silver-filled earwires, headpins, eyepins, jumprings, clasp and bail--everything you need to create a pendant, earrings or whatever your imagination can conjure up.
Packaging includes full instructions on how to use shrinkable plastic including tips and techniques plus step by step instructions for a butterfly earring project.
Don't shrink away from this fun and amazing jewelry-making concept!
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