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Jewelry Secrets Tips Trickand Hints

This is a guide to little known fact and cheap tricks to making jewelry of a finer quality and how to make things even better. This guide will go through techniques and useful info into making better jewelry.

To start must have absolutely no questions hands down must have tools are a Jewelers ring mandrel with sizes. This is crucial because with out it you will be making square rings and they wont fit right. The next piece its a propane torch. This is needed to soften metal and to make it easy to form also it stops thee ring from cracking and splitting. Pliers are another must. They allow you to handle red hot metal without becoming red hot yourself. Ive touched a red hot coin it left me with a scar for months. Also I advise a 9 piece punch and die set from harbor freight. Dont buy anywhere else. Harbor freight has good coupons all the time and they are a discount store a punch and die set is 30$ with a 25% off coupon it because a 22$ purchase. Amazon sells them for 75$ on average. Also a Doming block, again from harbor freight. On amazon it is over 100$ thats a lot of money. I used a 25% off coupon and got my set for 30$.

You can make smaller rings with a torch and a Doming set. When you have a piece of metal on a mandrel as you fold it down into a ring the size increases. If you make you initial whole smaller then the ring mandrel and use a Doming block set to get the ring halfway done and have a ring become a size 5 instead if a size 9. This is another hint I learned from experience.

This sounds silly I know bear with me. Every thing has a bit of coarseness to it. News paper its very very fine and it works great to help smoother out tiny flaws. This is cheap and it can be done with those pesky phone books or notebooks and it doesnt cost 5$ either. This is probably (just a guess I have never tested this or searched this info) neer 5000 grit sand paper it is very fine and it works and it is something that most people have laying around.

Drills are nice I understand that. But you can experiment and make a jig to hold metal or coins or whatever you are making into a ring perfectly center so you ring comes out better. I prefer a punch and die set. It makes perfectly round holes and you can make a jig for it to hold your material center. If the whole in the ring stars out bad the rings will be lop-sided and can affect the finished ring.

To anneal metal it is recommended to be in the dark and heat metal until it glows light red. This is nice, but if you work in the daytime it can be hard. Its a poor idea to have a 2000 degree torch in your house with the lights off for obvious reasons. And working in the dark can be tough to see crucial details such as where your quench water is and what not. So the solution to anneal in the light is to use a sharpie marker. When the coin gets hot enough the sharpie disappears. This means oh dont have to be up at late hours to work as you dont have to be in a dark shed or house with hot metal.

I mentioned this in all my guides. I use mothers mag and aluminum polish. Its all I use and all I will ever use. It works great on all metal, it doesnt give off hazardous fumes. Also it is cheap. Dont buy from amazon, autozone or other places like these. At ace hardwar I found a 5oz bottle for 8$ and some change. At Walmart the sell a 10oz can for less then 5$ its the cheapest I found. Its called mothers mag and aluminum polish. It says on the can perfect for all metal. This is true I havent found a metal it doesnt work on. Its not abrasive either so it doesnt eat away at the metal. It can be handled by your hand without gloves, it doesnt hurt you or your metal. It works on scorched metal oxidized metal and dirty metal.

Metal when its cold can crack and split. This is the enemy of good jewelry. To avoid this you need to torch the ring material. Anneal it and then it wont crack until it gets to cool. Also I know that quenching is recommended, but I dont quench. I think it is neer pointless to heat a metal to make it easy to bend and then cool it and make it hard again. I use pliers to handle hot metal and I am careful. Touching hot Mattel is not fun trust me I touched it once and I learned my lesson the first time.

The point of making jewelry is to show who we are and where we were as where we want to be. You should make jewelry from what ever defines you. I come from a poor family, so I decided to be funny and I make rings from coins. It is one of those things that is a contradiction, but it is just art so no one can judge. I thought of making coin jewelry because my aunts father made his wifes wedding ring from a silver half dollar. I thought that it would be fun. I took a family story and I expressed it into my passion. Thats what jewelry should be.

When you buy from a jewelry store they sell different types of rings if you find two of the same type they will look exactly the same. When you buy from a craftsman the quality differs, you dont just buy the metal, you buy his time and his failures and his successes. It buys his knowledge and it shows in his work.

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Great info ! Been making coin rings for about a year now. Always looking for new info. Thanks for sharing !

Resin Jewelry India Paper Jewelry Set

A place for learning how to make one of a kind resin jewelry pieces and accessories! Photo tutorials and inspiration!

How to mix a batch of EasyCast Resin

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How to make a blanket mold with EasyMold Silicone Rubber

How to mix a batch of Amazing Resin

This is actually a present Im giving this Christmas!

It is made using the doming technique and some paper I found at Joanns that was made in India.

Using a paper punch I punched several ovals from the paper…

Coat all of the ovals with Mod Podge..

Mix up a batch of EasyCast Resin and add a few drops to the center of the oval.

*ETI suggests using gloves for your safety* Glove also help keep you nails nice!

Use a toothpick to spread the resin just to the edges of the paper.

Let this set for at least 24 hours to harden.

I also wanted to share a couple of informational bits:

The oval on the left has not been coated with Mod Podge. The one on the right has been coated.

You can see how the resin discolors the paper almost instantly…

It is similar to a potato chip oil stain on paper when you dont seal the paper with Mod Podge.

I also makes the paper somewhat see through as you can see from the comparison of the back of these pieces.

Also it is easy to fix the parts where the resin overflowed the paper…

Mix another batch of resin and coat the backs too.

Let them set for 24-72 hours to harden completely.

Using a small drill bit drill holes in the top center of each oval.

Take breaks often so you dont end up with blisters!!

Add jump rings to each oval and attach to earring hooks, a bracelet chain, and a necklace chain in whatever pattern you like!

Now they just need to be packaged for gifting!

Love your tutorials, GREAT HELP, Im all new to resin this is helping me tremendously

Love your tutorials, GREAT HELP, Im all new to resin this is helping me tremendously

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New Years Ball using Jewelry Clay

Glitter Christmas Earrings with Yaley Resin

Pressed Flowers on a Wooden Cabochon

Glittering Jewelry Clay Star Pendant

Angry Birds and Hello Kitty Bauble Rings

Trinket Foundry Open Back Floating Snowflake

Sequin and Glitter Bauble Necklaces

Gingerbread Man and Giveaway Winner

These are the lovely people that have given me supplies to create jewelry for this blog!

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Great molds that work well with resin and jewelry clay!

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DIY Jewelry

Learn how to weave flexible metal clay sheet or paper to make woven metal jewelry. This illustrated step-by-step weaving tutorial demonstrates a simple method with helpful illustrations.

A collection of vintage-inspired jewelry making techniques including collage or assemblage jewelry, working with brass filigree, cagework or tapestry beading, memory wire bracelets, and patina.

Learn how to make a beautiful beaded eyeglass leash that also can be worn as a necklace. This jewelry tutorial has detailed step-by-step instructions with close-up photos to ensure successful results.

Making a gift for someone that mirrors their interests and hobbies is sure to be a well received gift. The fact that you made it yourself makes it even more personal.

Polymer clay is a fun material to use to make beautiful and unique pieces of jewelry. This tutorial shows how to make a stained glass inspired pendant using polymer clay, stamps, and colored pencils.

A comprehensive guide on gemstone setting techniques in metal clay before and after firing. Learn which stones are safe to fire in place and how to set them in fresh, dried or fired metal clay.

An overview of the five forms of commercial metal clay products – lump clay, metal clay powder, slip or paste, syringe, and metal clay paper – and the characteristics and uses of each form.

Metal clay must be dry before firing to avoid steam that causes bubbles in the metal. Learn how to dry metal clay using foam, Teflon, a hotplate / cup warmer, dehydrator, hair dryer and other methods.

Learn how to texture metal clay with carving, tear-away textures, photopolymer plates, household items, leaves, food, purchased and homemade mats, molds and tools in this comprehensive guide.

String art is a popular trend in crafts and home decor. Now you can use this technique to make unique personalized brooches and pendants, using shapes like a heart, your initial, or your home state!

Necklaces made with many strands of beads may seem complicated, but are quite easy to make! This step-by-step tutorial will show you how to design and create your own beautiful beaded necklace.

Unbiased reviews of metal clay related products including the Ultra-Lite Beehive Kiln and custom name/logo stamps by Metal Clay Artist Magazines senior editor and technical editor Margaret Schindel.

Make a colorful jewelry set using the age old technique of tying macrame knots. This easy DIY project can be done in about two hours.

Make this fashionable pair of earrings in just 10 minutes with things you have at home.

You can make a beautiful new necklace by reusing and re-imagining an old bracelet. Add some strands of colorful beads and youll have a new piece of jewelry that youll be excited to wear every day!

Layered necklaces with multiple chains and charms are a popular fashion trend. These necklaces are surprisingly easy to make with the right tools and supplies. Learn how to make your own boho-style necklace with this tutorial!

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