Results for:

225 Resource(s) Found
Page 1 of 12

Results Per Page 20 | 50 | 100

Art Clay® Silver--Firing FAQ's

Jewelry experts answer frequently asked questions about how to fire with a butane torch and remove the white finish from fired pieces.

How to Create a Camo-Look Using Polymer Clay

Learn how to create a camo look with polymer clay in this easy-to-follow illustrated tutorial.

Cutting Glass with Glass Nippers

This glass cutter is often referred to as a mosaic glass and tile cutter. The glass nipper has two precision cutting wheels that come together when pressure is applied to the handles, breaking the glass into small pieces. These cutters are also used...

Art Clay® Informative Video

Tammy Honaman, Fire Mountain Gems and Beads "Ask the Experts" host, author, and noted jewelry-making expert, guides you through the basics of Art Clay®.

Using Omni-Gel™ Photo Transfer Liquid

Work on a clean flat surface. Use a plastic tray, vinyl tablecloth, etc. to clean the image before adhering transfer. This reduces the possibility of the Omni-Gel material stretching and distorting the image. Plan to apply Omni-Gel to a large number...

The Braided Look: 4-strand Necklace

Braiding multiple strands of small beads gives body to the design and creates visually captivating textures. These easy-to-follow instructions for four-strand braids will get you started.

Using Cord Caps

Cut a length of wire. Gather a few lengths of cording that fit the internal diameter of your cord cap. Wrap the wire around the cords to secure them together.

Glass Enameling Studio Safety and Tips

The process of enameling can be done in almost any size space. Enamels are applied to metal then fired with a torch or in a kiln. Depending on the space in your studio, you may need to perform these tasks in two different areas, which is not a bad...

Picot Stitch

Learn the picot stitch from jewelry-making expert Tammy Honaman in this step-by-step guide. Discover why jewelry makers love this versatile stitch for seed bead designs.

How to apply glueFOIL™

The Braided Look: 3-strand Bracelet

Braiding multiple strands of small beads gives body to the design and creates visually captivating textures. These easy-to-follow instructions for three-strand braids will get you started.

How to Create the Tubular Netting Stitch

The tubular netting stitch, a variation of the peyote stitch, results with a hollow lacy tube. Learn the technique here!

How to Use French Wire with Thread

French wire is designed to protect thread and other stringing materials from fraying at the loop of a clasp. Learn how to incorporate it in your designs with these illustrated instructions.

Peyote Stitch Mandala

Pick up three aqua seed beads and create a circle secured with a square knot, then pass back through the first aqua picked up.

Bezel Setting Stones the Easy Way

Pre-made bezel cup settings come ready to solder or bond into your jewelry design.

How to Use Loop Lock™ Findings

Using pliers or fingers, open Loop Lock finding.

How to Use Suncatcher Connectors

Peg Leg™ - Wire-Wrapping Jig

Position pegs in the desired design. For a long design, rotate the screw at the base of the handle to lengthen the platform.

Setting Up a Safe Torch Firing Area and Firing Enamels with a Butane Filled Torch

Glass enamels are applied to metal for a beautiful and colorful finish. Enamels are fired onto the metal with the heat of a torch or kiln. When using a kiln for enameling, the target temperature is in the area of 1500 degrees Fahrenheit. When torch...

Creating an Old World Square Link

Place the rectangle onto the leather where you want it to be positioned. Using the marker, place a mark where the hole in the rectangle meets the leather, so you know where to punch a hole. Using the hole punch, make a hole at the mark in the...
225 Resource(s) Found
Page 1 of 12

Results Per Page 20 | 50 | 100