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How to Create the African Helix Stitch

The African helix seed bead stitch gives your beaded creations new dimension and intrigue. Follow these instructions that include pictures to help you along the way.

Firing Art Clay® with a Gas Stove

Firing Art Clay® Silver with a gas stove is a direct firing method. Please read these instructions carefully before firing. Using a gas stove is a basic method for small and simple pieces. You may fire Art Clay® Silver Regular series, Slow Dry or...

Making a Butterfly Cane

The cane shown in these instructions is the Monarch butterfly. However, you can get very creative with colors and patterns, making fantasy butterflies of all colors and shapes. The instructions will show how to make one wing of the butterfly;...

Torch Enameling by Dipping Into the Enamel

Dip heated metal into enamel for a quick and effective way to create enameled components and findings.

Firing Metal Clay with a Butane Torch

Firing Art Clay® Silver with a gas torch is a direct firing method. Please read these instructions carefully before firing. Using a small butane gas torch is a basic method for small and simple pieces. You may fire Art Clay® Silver Regular series,...

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Hot-Fix Applicators, How-To

Holding the applicator vertically, continue to hold the red button down and lightly touch the top of the crystal. You do not need to use any pressure--just a gentle touch for about three seconds. The heat will radiate through the crystal and...

Firing Gemstones into Art Clay®

Man-made gems can be fired and will not change color, crack or melt. These are laboratory created stones with a Mohs hardness of 7.5 and higher. They are the same chemical composition as the natural stones. They are perfect, without inclusions, and...

How to Create a European 4-in-1 Chainmaille Pattern

Originally used to create amor, this European 4-in-1 chainmaille weave can be used to make fun and exciting designs for modern accessories.

Prometheus Sunny Bronze Clay

Remove the End on a Caprice Chain, How-To

Caprice necklace and bracelet chains have two 8x5mm end caps. One end cap features a lobster claw clasp. The opposite end cap unscrews, allowing large-hole beads and bead keepers to slide on.

Artistic Wire® Oval Earwire Jig

Insert a piece of wire (20-24 gauge) 5 inches (12.7cm) in length through the hole in the findings form and bend the end (this helps to hold the wire firmly as you bend the wire around the pegs).

How to Make Your Own Clay Cutters

Use metal sheet cutter shears to cut a strip of metal sheet approximately 10mm wide and the length equaling the circumference of the template.Tip: It may be necessary to cut additional strips of metal sheet to equal the circumference of the...

Art Clay Silver 650/1200 - Paste Type

Dye Your Own Pearls

Cultured freshwater pearls are created by mollusks which secrete a coating to protect themselves from the tiny particulate embedded into their body. The coating is known as nacre. Nacre is lustrous, fragile and extremely porous and can be easily...

Ring Size Guide

Prometheus® Bronze Clay Instructions

Creating a Firing Screen

When moving a wire screen and trivet into and out of a kiln with a kiln fork, it is helpful if the screen is raised off of the surface of the kiln floor or kiln shelf. Bending the corners or the sides of the wire screen will make it possible to get...

Using Liver of Sulfur™

Give bare clean copper, bronze or silver a classic patina with Liver of Sulfur oxidizing agent. Create a vintage style you won't have to wait years for. LOS will go through the following color changes: gold, amber, magenta, blue, and black. The...

Professional Beading Loom

Although created with Delica beads in mind, any bead size 11/0 to 15/0 can be used with this loom. Additional supplies you may need include masking tape to secure the thread keepers, a small crochet hook, toothpick, or needle for lifting threads...
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