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Designing and Finishing a Mesh Ribbon Necklace

Not sure how to design with mesh ribbon? This tubing is surprisingly easy to use in jewelry-making. Just let jewelry designer Rose walk you through the steps in this quick necklace project.

Using EUROTOOL® Four-in-One Beader's Delight Pliers

What can you do with the stainless steel Four-in-One Beader’s Design pliers by EUROTOOL®? Almost everything you can with a whole set of jewelry pliers. Jewelry designer Esther Pollock shows how to use these multi-purpose pliers that feature a long...

Conditioning Polymer Clay

Before you can work with polymer clay, it must be conditioned. Learn different methods and the science behind them in this demonstrational video.

What Are Promo Beads?

Signature Series Poly Bonder™ by Lisa Pavelka

In this jewelry-making product spotlight, see how to use award-winning mixed media artist Lisa Pavelka's versatile Signature Series Poly Bonder™ glue that is rated heat safe for baking with polymer clays.

Setting a Cabochon with a Bezel Roller and Burnisher

These tools and techniques will produce a uniform, secure mount for your stone.

Signature Series Magic-Glos® by Lisa Pavelka

Watch as Lisa Pavelka explains the benefits of using Magic-Glos® resin as opposed to traditional two-part resins.

Filling Filigree with Polymer Clay

Use polymer clay in ways you may not have thought of as you follow along with award-winning artist Christi Friesen and learn how to fill filigree or other jewelry components with Premo! Sculpey® clay for personalized pendants.

Setting a Cabochon with a Bezel Pusher and Burnisher

Place the cabochon of your choice into a bezel that will accommodate it.Note: Verify the cabochon is calibrated or a larger setting may be required: sizes on non-calibrated cabochons vary slightly.

Tronex® Pliers

By customer request, Fire Mountain Gems and Beads carries Tronex® jewelry-making pliers. Learn all about the available pliers and why you’ll love these ergonomic jewelry tools in this product spotlight.

Why You Need a Bead Reamer

Not all bead holes are created equal, which is why a bead reamer is a necessary jewelry-making tool. Just see how convenient (and easy) a reamer is to use for enlarging bead holes.

Polishing Metal with Lisa Pavelka

Finishing and polishing metal is an art. Lisa Pavelka, jewelry-making expert, demonstrates how to select the right tools and products to get the job done correctly.

How to Use the Magic-Glos® Precision Tip

See how the innovative precision tip for Magic-Glos® UV resin gives you improved control for detail work on jewelry designs in this tutorial led by award-winning mixed media artist Lisa Pavelka.

Niobium Jumprings

Anodized niobium jumprings are an ideal jewelry-making finding because they are naturally hypoallergenic. Tammy Honaman explains more about this metal as well as jumpring size and color range available at Fire Mountain Gems and Beads.

Rock 'n Roll with Polymer Clay

Play with beads and polymer clay to create a custom Premo! Sculpey® clay setting for any cabochon by following these step-by-step project instructions from award-winning artist, Christi Friesen.

How To Use Cord Coils

Cord coil ends are an easy and quick way to securely close a cord necklace.

Bead Soup Mosaic

Mixed media artist extraordinaire Lisa Pavelka shows you how easy and fun it is to create a mosaic by placing beads in Apoxie® Sculpt, the jewelry clay that is also an adhesive.

Tube Cutting Jig

Jewelry designer Rose shows how to set the sliding gauge on this wire cutting jig to the length you want so you can cut jewelry wire, tubes and more to the exact same length every time.

Securing a Donut with a Donut Bail

Turn a gemstone or glass donut into an eye-catching pendant with donut bails.

How to Use the Beadalon Ring Weaver Tool

Choose the size ring you want to make. The sizes are based on the placement of the holes inside the base of the Ring Weaver Tool. The holes are staggered on the diagonal so the outermost holes will yield a size 11 ring, the next row toward the...
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