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Using Snaps and the Snap Setter Tool

Use hole-punch pliers to punch appropriate size hole in leather at desired location.

Knitting with the French Knitter Tool

French knitting can add a hint of flair to any jewelry design. Learn how easy it is to use the French knitter tool with this instruction guide.

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

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...

Using Rubber Stamp Mats

Roll out clay. Place mat on top, pattern side facing clay. Press evenly into clay with roller.Note: Lightly oil mat, if your product requires it.

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 Use the Kemper® Clay Square Hole Cutters

Push cutting end straight through uncured clay.

Bezel Setting Stones the Easy Way

Learn how to easily set stones into pre-made bezel cup settings for your jewelry designs.

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.

Using Patina Gel

Patinas add warmth to metal (bare clean copper, bronze or silver) as well as offer an antiqued effect, enhancing the recesses of a textured finish. Patina Gel is a stable patina that has a long shelf life.

Making a Tiger Lily Cane

Although a tiger lily polymer clay cane might look complex, it's quite simple to make with the help of these step-by-step instructions.

Metal Hot-Fix Rhinestud Application

Pre-heat hot-fix applicator tool for about 2 minutes with desired tip attached. Place hot-fix rhinestuds in desired pattern glue side down.

How to Carve Tagua Nuts

Secure tagua nut bead in C-clamp. With non-dominant hand, hold clamp in place on flat work surface.

How to Use the Artistic Wire® Wire Knitter

Thread the end of your wire down through the hole in the center of the tool.

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.

Cutting Glass with Glass Nippers

Lean how to safely nip small pieces of glass with these step-by-step instructions.

Making a Feather Cane

Learn to make a feather cane with polymer clay in these step-by-step instructions.

Making a Butterfly Cane

Polymer clay canes are a versatile staple in the jewelry-maker's skill set. Learn how to make butterfly-wing canes with these instructions.

Artistic Wire® Open Ear Wire 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).

Viking Knit Made Using the Lazee Daizee™

These illustrated instructions show how to make Viking knit wire jewelry with a Lazee Daizee™ tool. Incorporating this technique into your creations is a snap!
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