• Sun, Sep 30 2007

25 DIY Jewelry Sites

To finish off this month of DIY – tips and tricks for learning to make jewelry – my last post offers a list of 25 DIY jewelry web sites, starting off with mine from About.com and then going in no particular order:

  1. Jewelry Making at About.com
  2. Wire Sculpture
  3. Ruby’s Beadwork
  4. Fire Mountain How-To’s
  5. Bead & Button
  6. Wig Jig University
  7. Beadshop.com
  8. Beadwork at About.com
  9. Soft-Flex Tips and Tricks
  10. Art Beads Learning Center
  11. Bead Arts
  12. Katie Hacker’s Blog
  13. The Naughty Secretary Club
  14. DIY Network
  15. Beadwrangler
  16. JSBeads
  17. Rings & Things
  18. Rio Tips & Tricks
  19. Art Jewelry Projects
  20. Jewelry Artist Magazine
  21. Auntie’s Beads
  22. Bead Style
  23. PMC Connection
  24. Eni Jewelry
  25. Beading Times
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  • druski337

    As a beginner in the beading world of wonder, I must say that your website and DIY generous gift of 25 sites has set me on the right path in order to continue my quest for learning my new craft. And so, to you I say; KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK”, All of us newbies need you, and thanks…
    Respectfully humble; druski337

  • http://www.blysedesigns.com/blyseinspirations Julie McCray

    Great List! Thanks for sharing.

  • lee

    Great.I like diy myself jewelry,thanks for your sharing.

  • http://www.jewelry-diy.com jewelry diy

    Another nice jewelry shop,lots of bead let your create your own jewelries. http://www.jewelry-diy.com

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  • jewelry fans

    What a great list! Thank you very much. Btw I would also like to share a site that I recently found when surfing on Google. Designstates, http://www.designstates.com. A great site indeed, more focusing on strands and natural beads.

  • http://www.bijouxinabox.com Nancy Whiteman

    May I add one more to the list? Check out the great projects at http://www.bijouxinabox.com. Fun,simple, affordable and very stylish.

  • nacklace

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  • lryjewe

    Jewelry is one of the oldest forms of beautification and personal adornment. Nowadays, it is extremely uncommon for anyone to be without a piece of jewelry that they own. From brooches to wedding rings to cuff links, jewelry has become an important part of everyday life and fashion.Here you’ll find the Top jewellery websites, gold, diamond, fashion jewellery. light weight,traditional and antique jewellery in gold, diamond and platinum.
    Jewelry has been a regular feature across history, beginning in ancient times and continuing to this day.

  • alma and company

    Hi

    Our collars have been in a jewelry box … in a huge knot. I have wild hair this weekend and decided to unravel them all. Two hours later, my jewelry consisted of several independent individuals instead of a ball in anger. It seemed silly to put it back in its box, to become entangled again … and ultimately, unused. So I decided to make a simple frame where I could keep organized.I chose a piece of plywood. Cut it into a more desirable shape and sand it. Was measured and marked two rows. Some fresh flathead nails to serve as hooks.
    Thanks

  • Jonh

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  • http://www.mazeltovjewelry.com Cyndi Lavin

    Thanks for the link :-)

  • http://www.mazeltovjewelry.com Cyndi Lavin

    Absolutely! Thank you, Nancy :-)