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Video TutorialsMaking Handmade Jewelry for Your Pet

Making Handmade Jewelry for Your  Pet

MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 48000 Hz
Language: English | Size: 4.86 GB | Duration: 3h 50m

What you'll learn
The basics of jewelry making with tips, techniques, and how-to become familiar with the different findings used in jewelry creation.
You probably wondered what handmade jewelry is or how it was created. It is jewelry that is made by an artist without mass production equipment. It includes handcrafted pendants, earrings or bracelets. A jewelry artist only uses his hands and simple tools to create each individual piece. Each piece is unique and expresses the personality of the artist. Handmade beaded jewelry includes easy designs, or very complicated designs. Artists can make necklaces, earrings or bracelets and using beads on a single strand of string material or on multiple strands. Mass-produced pieces simply can't hold a light to the handcrafted made designs. Making your own jewelry is not only a fun and addictive activity, but it also has the benefit that you can wear what you create. It can seem overwhelming when you first decide you want to try your hand at making jewelry, because there's such a great range of possibilities. Choose one medium to focus on first, whether you want to work with leather, clay, or glass. Whether you plan on working with metal, beads, clay or another type of jewelry, there are a few skills you're going to have to know for every project you make. You will also need proper tools, to work with. At first, it may seem a high investment, but they more than pay for themselves when you're able to create sell the jewelry you create to others.

Who this course is for:
People who like making beautiful handmade jewelry that they want to sell.


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