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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...

How to Create the Cubic Right Angle Weave

Pick up four beads. Pull the thread tight to create circle A, then tie a surgeon's knot. Trim the tail to approximately 1/2 inch length.Pass the needle through an adjacent bead. This is now bead A1, as noted on the diagram.

Using a Ring Guard

Ring guards let you tighten loose rings without resizing.

Forming Beaded Links

String a bead on a piece of wire. Bend each end at a 90-degree angle.

Setting Up a Safe Kiln Firing Area and Firing Enamels with a Kiln

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.

Cleaning a Clay Extruder

Once you are done using your extruder, it’s a good idea to make sure it is cleaned thoroughly before storing.

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

Open one jumpring then thread on four closed jumprings. Close the open jumpring.

Step-by-Step Approach to Making Jewelry Using a WigJig Jewelry Tool

Making a Tiger Lily Cane

To make the cane, fold the gradient clay back and forth onto itself. It does not matter which color you begin with. After the second fold, add two pieces of the worm clay across the 4-inch width of the gradient. After the fourth fold, add one piece...

Cork Clay

Soft, moldable cork clay is easily shaped and refined into a solid core for Art Clay® beads and sculptural pieces, saving you valuable time making hollow forms. Keep all unused portions of the cork clay tightly wrapped. If it dries, it cannot be...

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...

How to Create a Flat Chenille Stitch

How to Transform a Swarovski Crystal Headpin into a Bail for a Flower Pendant

Here's how to make a Swarovski crystal headpin work as a bail to make a memorable paua shell focal point. Use the same technique for matching earrings and you've got an exotic combo.

Spiral Herringbone Stitch

Pick up two A and pass down through the next A of the first row.

Using Beadswax®

Use Beadswax to decorate gourds or any surface with beads. Just soften Beadswax, paint or press onto the surface to be decorated, then apply your beads. Beadswax will not reject beads over time.

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...

Bake Kato Polyclay™, How-To

Make your own beads, unlike anything you've ever seen ~ recreate the look of natural materials such as ivory, turquoise, jade, carnelian, agate, marble and lapis lazuli (to name but a few). You can stamp it, sand it, engrave it and paint it. You can...

Annealing Metal

Place the metal to be annealed onto the fire block. Dim the lights in your studio. Ignite the torch then begin to heat the metal.Heat the metal to around 1100- to 1150-degrees Fahrenheit.A few color indicators to look for: sterling and copper are...

How to Use 2-Part Pendant Settings with Swarovski Flat Backs

Apply 2-part Araldite® Standard Epoxy to the outer edge on the face of the Swarovski flat back.

Gluing a Half-Drilled Gemstone or Pearl onto a Peg Earstud

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