Glue can literally be what holds your jewellery together, so finding the right one is really important. When working with metals, plastic and stones in your jewellery making, you need strong adhesives that are going to withstand wear and tear. No one wants to make a beautiful piece of jewellery, only to have it come apart because the glue wasn’t strong enough. But with so many on the market, which do you choose? These are my 4 favourite glues to use to hold jewellery components, secure knots and attach findings.
We have been having some very lovely early spring weather here in the UK, which has made me want to make some bright, summery jewellery! I came across these turquoise colour wooden beads and knew I had to have them! And paired with this coral thread, it just screams summer! Read more
Learning to make jewellery is really fun, but it can be a bit confusing to know how to use all those little bits of metal that connect your jewellery together. These metal components are called findings. Jump rings are findings that look like little circles of wire, and they attach things together, clasps to chain for example. If you don’t correctly open or close them it can not only look untidy, but can mean your jewellery can come apart. But, its really simple to use them effectively! Read more