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How to create a Rosary Link

by Judy Ellis, Wire-Sculpture.com

Wire Jewelry Tip for Sept 15, 2014

How to create a Rosary Link

by Sherrie Lingerfelt

This week we take a look at one of our older video tutorials created by Sherrie Lingerfelt.   In this short tut she shows us how to make a Rosary Link.  If you are new to wire-wrapping this is a great video tutorial on  how to make a simple link. Enjoy!

How to create a Rosary Link:


 

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How Gemstones Are Cut – Revisited

by Judy Ellis, Wire-Sculpture.com

Wire Jewelry Resource for August 13, 2014

How Gemstones Are Cut – Revisited

Today we revisit a great video that we featured a couple of years ago.

John Dyer is one of the biggest names in the gem world. John Dyer’s faceted gems are among the most well-cut I’ve ever seen, and you can tell a John Dyer stone by the tiny “JD” logo cut in a discrete place in the gem.

Video by John Dyer

I hope you enjoy this recent video by John Dyer which explains how a rough stone is taken through the cutting and faceting process to become a brilliant stone, which is then perfect for snapsets and wire prongs for use in wire jewelry.

After watching this video, I think we can all appreciate how much work goes into creating a beautiful gemstone!

If you are looking for some gorgeous Gemstones – take a look at our collection of CZ Cubic Zirconia Gemstons, or our One-of-a-Kind Gemstones, or even our One-of-a-kind Pendants. If you love working with birthstones, take a look at our Birthstone Sets.

Happy Wrapping!

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FREE Jewelry Course

by Judy Ellis, Wire-Sculpture.com

Wire Tip for July 30, 2014

FREE E-COURSE: 7-Part Jewelry Course

Do you enjoy learning? We all know that learning a new skill can be exciting and sometimes frustrating, so this week I thought I’d share a FREE E-Course that we offer and hopefully it will help give you build some new skills and learn some new tips about the jewelry business.

Even if you’ve already purchased our Beginner and Intermediate DVD sets, there are always new tricks and ideas to learn and try.

We’ve got some incredibly creative ideas for ways to promote your wire jewelry business and keep the orders rolling in. Plus, we’ve got background information on popular jewelry items like wire and tools that you can use in your jewelry making, as well as share with your customers.

Sign up and get your FREE Online wire jewelry making video – a $34.99 value!

This course will cover:

  • All different types and metals of wire
  • How to price your jewelry
  • How to clean and care for your wire jewelry and jewelry supplies
  • Niche markets and innovative places to sell your jewelry
  • Four surefire steps to success!

You’ll learn exclusive wire jewelry making tips, as well as tricks of the trade and specialty sales ideas! And rest easy, we’ll only use your email address for Wire-Sculpture related events.

SIGN UP NOW to get started–you’ll be glad you took this course!

Happy Wrapping

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Riveting Hammers

by Judy Ellis, Wire-Sculpture.com

Tool of the Week for April 30, 2014

This week’s featured video tool tip is about using the Riveting Hammer, HAM-200.00

Today, Kate Richbourg shows us how to use the Riveting Hammer. I’ve featured two different hammers below. Feel free to browse our other Hammers. I’m sure you’ll find something perfect for your workbench!

 


 

Demonstration by Kate, JewelryTools.com

This week’s featured tool from JewelryTools.com is the Riveting Hammer: HAM-200.00

Riveting hammer has one flat end for general purpose and another that is chisel-shaped for spreading rivet heads.

Round 3/8″ face has a head length of 3″ and weighs 2.5 oz. Handles are seasoned ash. Made in Germany.

Price: $25.95

 

Riveting Hammer, Square, 4 Ounces: HAM-202.00

Riveting hammer has one end is flat for general purpose and the other is chisel-shaped for spreading rivet heads.

Square 1/2″ face has a head length of 3″ and weighs 4 oz. Handles are seasoned ash. Made in Germany.

Price: $12.95

 

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Riveting Hammer, Round, 2.5 Ounces

HAM-200.00 available on JewelryTools.com:

Other Tools you may find useful:

Riveting Hammer, Square, 4 Ounces

HAM-202.00 available on JewelryTools.com

Brass Hammer

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Soldering Torches

by Judy Ellis, Wire-Sculpture.com

Tool of the Week for April 7, 2014

This week’s featured video tool tip is about using Butane Torches

Today, Kate Richbourg gives us a quick video tutorial using the Butane Micro Torches. We carry a number of torches that great for the beginner to the experienced metal worker, today we will focus on the Jumbo Max Flame Butane Torch and the Micro-Flame Butane Torch. Dont be afraid to get started with one of the smaller torches and move on to something larger as you get more comfortable. These torches are great for any project on your workbench!

 

Demonstration by Kate, JewelryTools.com

This week’s featured tool from JewelryTools.com is the Jumbo Max Flame Butane Torch: SOL-310.00 and the Micro-Flame Butane Torch: SOL-300.00

Jumbo Max Flame: Our Max Flame butane torch features a large flame nozzle which is desirable for many applications.

Features include: adjustable flame, quick refill design, safety lock, ergo design, electronic ignition and a maximum temperature of 2450 degrees Fahrenheit.

This 7-1/4″ tall jumbo model offers a longer burn time. Butane NOT included. Price: $39.95

Micro-Flame Butane Torch: Our top-quality Micro-Flame butane torch is 6″ tall, features electronic ignition (no lighter necessary) a maximum temperature of 2450 degrees Fahrenheit and a 90 minute burn.

Easy-adjust feature assures the right flame for any job with precision accuracy. Butane NOT included. Price: $36.95

 

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Jumbo Max Flame Butane Torch

SOL-310.00 available on
JewelryTools.com

Jumbo Max Flame Butane Torch

Micro-Flame Butane Torch

SOL-300.00 available on
JewelryTools.com

Rawhid Mallet

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