Stringing Winter 2013

Look your best and fall in love with the beaded jewelry designs in Jewelry Stringing magazine. Plus, this exclusive issue features the winners of the annual Bead Star contest.
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Light up the season with the beautiful jewelry and expert tips in the Winter 2013 issue. This is no ordinary issue! For the first time ever we announce the winners of the annual Bead Star contest in Jewelry Stringing magazine. Discover which projects placed first in our categories of Ceramics, Crystals, Glass, Metals, Pears, Plastics, and Stones. Prepare to fall in love with these winning designs that you can make at home!

Pump up your jewelry with a wrapped-loop bail. Learn how to perfect this essential technique to showcase your beautiful top drilled beads! Then, practice the skill with three projects featuring wrapped-loop bails front and center.

Not all earring findings are the same. Discover 10 different options and find the right one to complete any design. Then utilize them all with one of 27 handmade earrings!

Discover bright and fashionable pieces to help you accessorize your outfit perfectly for any party or function. Featuring nature inspired palates, bold geometric handmade necklaces, and 18 luminescent and fun bracelet patterns you’ll be jumping for joy! With over 80 fabulous designs packed into this jewelry magazine it’s impossible to pick just one favorite. Go ahead, dare to love them all.

Plus, if you’re looking for the perfect beaded jewelry gift to make your friends that won’t break your budget, check out our fun geometric necklace and earring set that costs under $20 to make!

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Customer Reviews

Great Ideas Review by Mary

I am enjoying this issue of Jewelry Stringing Magazine.
It is full of great ideas and gives me inspiration to create
my own projects.
Keep up the great work.
I love my beads too.
Mary K
Eustis, FL

(Posted on 2/14/2014)

(Posted on 2/14/2014)