Tip of the week

Jewelry-making threads are used for Stringing the beads or As a design element itself Stringing threads like nylon threads, tiger tail(beading) wire, fishtail wire, fireline, wildfire, nymo etc are made of base materials like the nylon, plastic, metal etc which have an inherent nature to stretch. The cords used in braiding, lacing, knotting and other applications as a design

Mother’s day jewellery projects

With mother’s day around the corner, I am sure you must be looking for some quick designs you can make for gifting.  And what better gift than a “self made mother’s favourite jewellery”! Here’s some FREE projects you can try.   The beautiful Drusi beads put together in open loops and a big ring chains. To create this necklace,

DIY Baroque jewellery set

  Connoisseurs of western art and architecture would know about the emotional and somewhat theatrical style of Baroque art with its flowing sinuous curves and ornate embellishments. This 17th century style of art continues to set the tone for what is considered to be grand and dressy even today. But it is a little known

Crochet bead necklace tutorial

Challenges and contests are what fuel a designer’s imagination helping them to create better. I, for one, never pass up an opportunity to participate in design challenges held on various jewellery blogs. Most of these challenges do not pick winners or offer prizes but rather offer all participants an opportunity to get out of their

Greenery necklace tutorial

Every year Pantone announces their color of the year inorder to help manufactures, designers and suppliers across the world coordinate with each other in terms of trends, materials and ofcourse colour combinations and palettes. This year, as you all might know, is about fresh greens and to be specific, the color greenery. This particular hue