Beads Baubles and Jewels TV Series 1300 DVD

New Host, Fresh Look, More Great Jewelry-Making How-Tos!

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New Host, Fresh Look, More Great Jewelry-Making How-Tos!

Take the next step in your journey as a jewelry artist with the newest season of America’s favorite jewelry-making TV show: Beads, Baubles, and Jewels.

Trusted by beginners and experts alike for over 10 years, each season of Beads, Baubles, and Jewels, is packed with the info you need to boost your jewelry-making skills.

And now you can receive the newest projects and the latest technique tips from this leading show with your own copy of Series 1300.

Join leading designer and new host Katie Hacker, for all 13 episodes (over 6 full hours!) of watch-and-learn lessons, step-by-step projects, and the industry’s top experts’ tips and tricks!

Get your 4-disc copy of this all-inclusive series to:

  • Discover the design secrets of jewelry world's leading designers: Candie Cooper, Kristal Wick, Mark Nelson, Leslie Rogalski, and many others.
  • Dive into exciting new jewelry-making techniques step by step with wirework, seed-bead stitching, metalwork, and more made easy!
  • Skip the guesswork with expert tips, up-close shots, and easy-to-see steps.
  • Enhance your designs with how-tos and fun new approaches including vintage style, musical pieces, color themes, and more!
  • And more!

SKU: 10BD34

Format: DVD

ISBN 13: 9781596684973

Table of Contents

Episode 1301-Antiques and Vintage: Learn about vintage clasps with Katie Hacker  - Mark Nelson shows vintage patinas – Alter vintage findings with Beth Botek and Marlene Blessing.

Episode 1302-Music: Create a musical charm bracelet – Make a pendant from sheet music with Kristal Wick and Marlene Blessing – Design a Bach-inspired wire bracelet with Wyatt White – Learn roller printing with a musical theme.

Episode 1303-Travel: Keep your supplies organized while traveling – Get tradeshow display tips and tricks from Mark Nelson .

Episode 1304-Color: Embellish with Charlottes with Leslie Rogalski – Incorporate ribbon into your jewelry with Linda Hartung – Wire wrap large crystal pendants with Mary Hettmansperger.

Episode 1305-Art: Katie Hacker shares beads inspired by art – Create pendants with art and resin with Mark Nelson – Leslie Rogalski shows how to use magatamas for tubular peyote.

Episode 1306-Literature: Candie Cooper uses flatback crystals to write sentiments – Join Lisa Niven Kelly on location for stamped words and phrases – Mark Nelson demonstrates pen plating.

Episode 1307-Nature: Get a pearl demo from Katie Hacker – Create an aquamarine wrap pendant with Wyatt White – Texture metal clay with sea life stamps with Candace Gates.

Episode 1308-Texture: Make zipper flowers with Katie Hacker – Discover textures in clay with Ronna Sarvas Weltman – Meredith Arnold gives a lesson in etching – Learn cold connections and chain maille.

Episode 1309-Garden: Katie creates a unique design with flower beads –Wire-wrap blooms with Janice Berkebile –Fold form a botanical shape – Use flowers as an inspirational message with Lisa Kan.

Episode 1310-Symbolism: Learn how to solder end caps from Mark Nelson –Use talismans in your designs with Susan Lenart Kazmer.

Episode 1311-Memories: Discover locket styles with Katie Hacker – Create a metal twist bracelet – Kerry Bogert shows how to choose the right wire for your designs.

Episode 1312-Spirituality: Create rosary charms with Candie Cooper – Learn keum boo with Mark Nelson.

Episode 1313-Technology: Create a pendant from watch parts with Kristal Wick – Mark Nelson shows new firing techniques.


SKU: 10BD34

Format: DVD

ISBN 13: 9781596684973

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Customer Reviews

Beads, Baubles and Jewels Series 1300 Review by Suzanne Taggart

This DVD is loaded with great lessons. Quantity of lessons is a bargain for the price. My general issue with all the series though is that you have no idea what lessons, instructors or techniques are actually included. The descriptions of lessons per series are vague or non existant. It seems like a gamble and selecting the most recent production paid off for me. Nicely done.

(Posted on 4/24/2011)

(Posted on 4/24/2011)