Let us inspire and guide you in jewellery making techniques to create beautiful designs. Follow along with our free beading project tutorials and videos.
I'm playing with the concept of an easier way to make a multi-strand bracelet.
I was asked by a customer to create a kit for a tween girl’s birthday party so I made this kit.
Have you figured out yet that I really like blue? Today’s tutorial was inspired by these beautiful acrylic silver-plated blue beads.
It’s Father’s Day this weekend so I decided to make a bracelet for my husband.
There’s a huge trend right now to wear lots of bracelets stacked on one arm. This week’s tutorial is how to make one bracelet that looks like you are wearing a 12!
Chain tassels are very versatile, they can be used in many different ways – for example added to earring hooks or as a focal point for a necklace. You can even add a smaller one to a bracelet.
Using jump rings is an integral part of making jewellery. This tutorial is all about what they are and when and how to use them.
Can you get the same result by using different methods? I’m testing that theory today by making this pair of earrings twice using two different methods.
I’m doing it double today with this double strung blue pendant necklace.
Another pair of super quick earrings made with only three materials including these wonderful turquoise teardrop beads.
Easily made in 5 minutes - these earrings were born because I fell in love with these beautiful closed textured rings.
Today’s earrings are ridiculously quick and super easy – you won’t believe it. These earrings take about three minutes to make.
These earrings are super easy to make – if you can open and close a jump ring, you can make them - and if you can't, I can show you how.
These teardrop hoops are a continuation of my five minute earring series. Not only are the able to made in five minutes, they also only have 10 steps – you could literally make these to go with your outfit before you leave the house – that’s how quick they are.
Today I’m starting a new series called “Five Minute Earrings”.
Do you love delicate, dainty jewellery? This tutorial is for you.
While it’s starting to get colder here, I’ve been thinking about hot summer days, sitting on a beach.
Aren’t these cute? They are so dainty. I’ve been wanting to use these Lucite flower bell beads for sometime and I finally got to it last week.
What factors go into choosing the right jewellery? Do you even think about it or do you just inherently know what suits you?
I inherited a few pieces of jewellery from my Mum and I’ve been worried about wearing them as they are very fragile so I decided to restring them.
Learn how to design a necklace using a bead design board.
These acrylic butterfly beads are so popular. I decided it was time I found out what all the hype was about and make something with them.
Not all beads are round! In fact, beads come in all shapes and sizes. This week I used these stunning Czech glass dagger beads to make this beginner necklace.
This cuff is made from braided strands of memory wire.
When I first started making jewellery there was one thing that tripped me up every time.
This is a fun bracelet made with 16mm bubblegum beads in soft pastel colours, silver stardust beads and a gemstone heart pendant.
A couple of weeks ago I showed you how to design a memory wire bracelet with a focal bead. This week, I’m making a matching necklace.
These earrings are called pastel stardust earrings because the beads are called Stardust Beads, and they come in these wonderful pastel colours.
Ever wanted to know how I design my memory wire bracelets? Learn how to design a memory wire bracelet with a focal point.
These Metal Twist Beads had me stumped for a bit, but then I figured out what to do with them.
People who don’t make jewellery often think it’s really complicated – and sometimes it is.
Last week, I shared how to make Heart Tassel Earrings with you. I had so many people ask me about making these into a necklace that I decided to do it.
The most romantic day of the year is upon us. Valentine’s Day. Hearts, flowers, everything pink and red – what’s not to love. These heart tassel earrings would be just the thing to wear out with that special someone on Valentine’s Day.
Isn’t this fun! These beads are amazing. They just look like candy to me.
These wonderful orange chain earrings make a statement. Made with Indian glass beads, wire wrapped loops and chain.
Wire Wrapped Loop Beading Techniques
Jump Ring vs Split Ring Beading Techniques
Tools - Beading Techniques
Simple Loop Beading Technique
This necklace is made with large bubblegum beads - 20mm and 16mm. It also uses jump rings to make the chain.
This long chunky necklace uses acrylic teardrop beads and a 5 loop heart connector to make a real impact.
Your guests will always know which glass is theres when you give them these cute personalised wine glass charms.
Who doesn’t love a charm! These four charms can be added to an earhook to make earrings, a chain to make a necklace or a charm bracelet. You could even add them to a wine glass charm or a keyring.
These beautiful Christmas bauble earrings are such fun to add that Christmas touch to any outfit. These are super easy, perfect if you’re a beginner, and only take about 15 minutes to make.
You had me at teardrop! Alice in Wonderland inspired necklace.
This stretch bracelet is a nice easy project but isn't it beautiful?
Looking for jewelry for Halloween? Why not make this creepy pendant?
Don’t you just love these beads? They come in two shades – blue and green – and they have a wonderful iridescent sheen on the outside.
This project uses memory wire to make these beautiful bracelets.
These super cute earrings make a quick and easy project with stunning results.
A few weeks ago, I did an unboxing of some beautiful glass daggers and got the inspiration to create these awesome dragonfly earrings.