30 Ways to Incorporate Your Love of Jewelry into Summertime!

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Summer is next week–can you believe it?! Are you ready?! One of my most favorite things to do in the summer is to plan activities that I wouldn’t normally get to do…this involves taking days off from work, surrounding myself with people I love, and living my best life. I also like making lists or a group of goals to complete over the summer–they can be wishful thinking or very, very serious. I thought it would be fun to put together a list of 30 Ways to Incorporate Your Love of Jewelry just in time for summer!

1. Pick a gemstone, any gemstone, and learn all about it.

2. Find a gem show that is coming to your area and attend!

3. Have a gem or mineral specimen collection? Reorganize it in a cool way.

4. Plan a trip to go gem mining.

5. Do you have a favorite Instagrammer in our jewelry community? Plan a summer meetup.

6. Pick a state that is somewhat close to you, and research the best jewelry store they have to offer. Plan a visit!

7. Make a cool treat on a hot day–these gem ice trays can be filled with any fruity liquid!

8. Find a gemstone print top, bathing suit or towel and wear it to the beach.

9. Reserve a day at the nail salon and go for a gemstone manicure!

10. Buy that jewelry book you’ve been eyeing and lay by the pool with it!

11. Scout out some amazing flowers in your city, buy them, and take some jewelry photos with them.

12. Find a new way of wearing some of your favorite pieces of jewelry.

13. Take a day to clean your most-worn pieces of jewelry.

14. Plan a SWAP party with friends that also love jewelry.

15. Pick a time period you don’t know as much about as your favorite jewelry period, and learn about it!

16. Spend an entire day “hunting” for antique jewelry online–but do it by a pool.

17. Learn about crystal healing and depending on where you live, schedule an appointment with an expert.

18. Throw a gemstone-themed party!

19. Learn about a new designer you’ve never heard of before.

20. Need a new way to store your jewelry? Splurge on a jewelry cabinet and reconfigure it if necessary.

21. Take a jewelry making class.

22. Decide on creating a charm bracelet or necklace–gather charms, buy some new ones and put it together.

23. Get something very special and sentimental made into a piece of jewelry.

24. Size all of your fingers and keep it written down.

25. Get registered to bid at your favorite auction houses.

26. Put on all your favorite Art Deco jewels and watch a 1920s old movie.

27. Hit up your local estate sales or garage sales. You never know!

28. Tell someone thank you by gifting them a piece of jewelry.

29. Get lost on Pinterest by searching “antique jewelry” or “jewelry.”

30. Pick your favorite medium (water colors, arcryllics, pencil, etc) and try drawing/painting a diamond.

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Tucson Gem Show: Don’t Miss the JOGS Show!

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JOGS Tucson Gem and Jewelry Show is one of the leading jewelry events in North America, let alone the annual Tucson Gem Shows. It brings approximately 40,000 visitors to the Tucson region annually, including international and national dealers from across the globe. Jewelry manufacturers, miners, stone cutters, carvers, jewelry designers, importers and treasure hunters from 26 countries make the trek to Tucson every year! This annual show is an absolute must for jewelry hunters chasing unique jewelry and gems masterpieces, stunning new jewelry lines that manufacturers were preparing all year long for the JOGS Show buyers, making JOGS perfect event for restocking for the new year.

I would recommend checking out the JOGS Show for at least 2 or more days—why?? Because it features more than 800 booths! They also offer cool things like jewelry making classes and seminars (over 200 possibilities with classes taught by world renowned designers and craftspeople). The atmosphere is friendly and inviting, just an overall upbeat and warm place. You never know who you might run into—new business contacts, stone collectors, miners, and jewelry designers. Those are just a few special reasons to love and attend the JOGS show. Other reasons include amazing deals (liquidation prices mean you could buy a ring for under $100 and see that very same ring at a store or mall a few months later for $100s), be ahead of the trend forecast (much of what is offered will become the next upcoming trends), and other perks like free parking, free shuttles and complimentary brunch buffet for qualified buyers.

JOGS gained popularity by having diverse international and domestic pavilions: Amber Jewelry – direct manufacturers and designers from Poland, Russia, Lithuania, Indonesia and Columbia with large variety of amber cameos, carvings, beads and designer jewelry; Southwest/Native Americans – handmade Native American Jewelry, Southwestern/Indian Arts and Crafts reflect the mastery of techniques; Major miners and dealers with finished sterling silver jewelry, cabochons, beads and rough from the world’s best turquoise mines; Indonesian/Bali Jewelry Manufacturers – direct manufacturers and designers of sterling silver and gold jewelry with semi-precious stones, shells, wood, pearls and corals, handmade from Bali and all around Indonesia; Silver Manufacturers​ – superior selection of finished sterling silver jewelry presented by the largest silver jewelry manufacturers and famous jewelry designers from USA, India, Mexico, Thailand, Indonesia, Italy and other countries; Nepal Group – ethnic tribal handcrafted jewelry, crafts and gifts from Nepal and Tibet; International ​Jewelry ​Designers; ​International ​Gemstones – international dealers bring their stocks of gemstones, precious and semi-precious from low to exceptional quality; rarest colored stones, cut stones, specimen, cabs, rough, fossils and beads from Thailand, India, Brazil, Sri Lanka, Columbia, Africa, Russia, Bolivia, and other countries and Stone/Mineral Decor – finished gemstone products, rough materials for decor purposes: sculptures, luxury fountains, stone and petrified wood furniture, onyx decorative home and kitchen decor, hand carved interior decorations from China, Madagascar, Brazil, Africa, and much more.

Registration is already open. To save time in line, pre-register now, just follow the link here.

JOGS Tucson Show is a not to be missed gem and jewelry event of the year!

This post was brought to you in collaboration with JOGS.

JOGS Gem and Jewelry Show

Show Dates: Jan 26 – Feb 6, 2017

10 am – 6 pm, last day Feb 6 10 am – 4 pm

Address: Tucson Expo Center, 3750 E Irvington Rd, Tucson, AZ 85714

Pre-registration link: http://jogsshow.com/register/?cmpn=gemgossip

For more info please visit www.jogsshow.com


>> P.S. JOGS Gem and Jewelry Show 2017 will host the biggest clam in the world!!!! from Volker Bassen (Volker Bassen will be showcasing it at JOGS Tucson Show along with other unique pieces).

He found the clam personally in East Africa. Once cleaned and polished it weighted 355 kg, making it the biggest giant clam in the world! It took him a week to clean out the giant clam as it was full of calcified lime stone, almost as hard as cement. To his surprise, he found a blister pearl the size of a tomato followed by a smaller one, 2 pearls in one clam! He called the largest of the pearls ‘Pearl of Noah’ and the smaller pearl ‘Pearl of Siv’ (names of his sons). Being 1256 carats, the Pearl of Noah is the largest T.Gigantea pearl ever found while the Pearl of Siv being 758 carats, making it the second largest T.Gigantea pearl in the world. The pearls are now in Switzerland to be dated, estimated age between 200,000 to 240,000 years old, making them the oldest baroque pearls ever found. The clam is absolutely unique and largest one and will be presented exclusively at JOGS Tucson Gem and Jewelry Show only.

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Online Jewelry making classes

I was talking to my friend and fellow blogger a few days back regarding her Europe travels and she remarked that she had only travelled to all those places as she was already stationed abroad and that it requires dedication to travel to another country (and continent) just to learn a skill and better yourself. She, ofcourse was referring to my latest USA travel to attend Beadfest Workshops

I was talking to my friend and fellow blogger a few days back regarding her Europe travels and she remarked that she had only travelled to all those places as she was already stationed abroad and that it requires dedication to travel to another country (and continent) just to learn a skill and better yourself. She, ofcourse was referring to my latest USA travel to attend Beadfest Workshops. Some people might consider me lucky but only I know the hurdles that I had to cross and planning and work that I had to do (and still doing) to make the trip happen.
Many have also written to me asking if I could teach them enamelling or Precious metal clay that I learnt there. As a full time design educator, I am not someone who takes teaching lightly and without really practicing what I had learnt ( I mean I just did it once in a few hours time!) and experimenting with different techniques I cannot teach them.
But this Diwali, we are all indeed lucky. You and me can take any class we want, from world class instructors in the comfort of our our own homes for just $20 at Craftsy. Post contains affiliate links

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Yes you heard it right! Craftsy is now having a mega sale on its classes – you can learn anything from water color painting to how to sew a bra or how to solder metal for $20 starting today till Monday. Isn’t this a great Diwali bonus?
The best part about craftsy classes is, once you buy a class, it never expires. So you can watch the demo over and over again or go back to it and watch a particular step if you ever get a doubt which is not possible in a live class which far outweighs the other benefits

 

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I do agree that not everything can be learnt online, in a asynchronous platform. As jewelry being a touchy feely subject you might think that learning online might not work out for you. This issue can be simply solved by picking classes and techniques that can easily be learnt online. Here is a handy guide aka cheat sheet to help you figure that out.

How to Pick Jewelry making classes online

1. Material Availability – Pick a class where the materials are easily available to you (locally) or that use materials in stock as you need to be able to practise the skill that you just learned. For E.g – Take a Creative wire jewelry class if you already have base metal or artistic wire and required tools with you
2. Technique Up gradation A new or advanced technique class where you have experience with the material For e.g A Metal Form folding class will help advance your sheet metal skills, A Resin casing and sculpting class will help you further polish your resin jewelry making skills

cheat sheet on how to pick a online class

3. Learning tips and tricks To get guidance from a master – to learn tips and tricks of the trade. If you are self taught in soldering, then taking a course like Soldering Success in Every Scenario will equip you with tips and tricks that you would take years to learn by yourself.
4. International Exposure Pick a class which is not taught locally in your state or country. Believe me, it is much easier (and cheaper) to import materials and try out a technique taught online rather than flying to another country to try learning it, especially if you are not sure if you are going to practice it professionally after learning it. It is almost impossible to find a tutor to teach Torch fired Enamelling in India but it can be easily learnt online.

Pin or print out the above cheat sheet on how to pick a online class and use it as a guide whenever you are faced with a dilemma. Remember to never let your age, health or financial issues come in the way of your learning to be the best that you can be. Whether you are looking to add a new skill to your repertoire or pursue a new hobby, I hope that craftsy’s classes give you the best that you are looking for.


I hope you found it interesting. Wishing you all a very very Happy Diwali. May this festival of Lights with your lives with happiness and prosperity Cheers

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Wire jewelry classes

Recently when I visited the craftsy website, I realised that I have been living under a rock for a while.

Recently when I visited the craftsy website, I realised that I have been living under a rock for a while. Though I am a craftsy affiliate*, I hadnt noticed that they have now added so many new and exciting jewelry making classes. I felt like a kid in a candy store and immediately wanted to share them with you. Plus, Craftsy is having a major sale now – almost 50% off on most classes, making it an excellent time to try out new techniques..Yipee!!
Once class that I fell completely in love with is Big & Bold Wire Jewelry taught by Sharilyn Miller. I love wearing and making large bold statement jewelry but I cant always seem to anneal or work with heavy gauge wire. It either becomes too soft or there is hardly any texture showing.

Big and Bold Wire Jewelry

In this 7 part (lesson) video, Sharilyn shows us the technique behind annealing to make the wire strips more pliable before twisting and how to add texture. We can also learn how to make a rosette necklace from heavy-gauge jump rings, make a spiral wire clasp and Bold necklace pendants. For those wanting to take up their skills a notch, she teaches how to fuse fine silver wire to make finger rings, pendants and earrings. For an advanced technique, she also demonstrates fusing shapes inside other shapes and making fused chains. This seems like one of those classes I definitely want to try out. After discount this class is priced at $29.99

When people think of wire jewelry, they somehow think of simple, minimalist pieces or very ornate coiled and woven designs. But what a lot of people are unaware of is that wire can be used to create very pretty, delicate, feminine jewelry

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Filigree Jewelry with a twist is one such class by Melody MacDuffee where you can learn how to make filigree frames, floral branching out designs. After teaching how to bezel a cabochon, Melody, demonstrates a gorgeous beaded bezel pendant with a filigree overlay towards the end of the class that is drool worthy. Over 1000+ students have registered for this class so far, showing how popular this class is. You can take a look at some students work here. After discount this class is priced at $14.99

If you have never tried Wire jewelry before and feel intimidated by these intermediate to advance level classes, dont worry, help is available in the form of a free resource from Craftsy


This PDF handbook on beautiful wire jewelry offers not just a helpful overview of tools and wire types, but also 27 pages of wirework tutorials and tips from experts to help you in getting started.
Not yet on Craftsy? Join in pronto as you are missing out on a lot. Click on any of the images in this post to sign up

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*This post contains affiliate links through which I might earn a normal commission on purchase but I personally love, use and recommend craftsy.

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Best online Jewelry making resources to invest in

Today for a change, I thought of posting a reader’s query here. It is by far one of the most asked questions by both design students as well as jewelry enthusiasts – “Which Jewelry making resources should I invest in?” Here is the Reader’s question and my answer to it”Dear Divya,I am one of the admirers of your jewelry collection and have been doing some beading work as a hobby.

Today for a change, I thought of posting a reader’s query here. It is by far one of the most asked questions by both design students as well as jewelry enthusiasts – “Which Jewelry making resources should I invest in?” Here is the Reader’s question and my answer to it

“Dear Divya,
I am one of the admirers of your jewelry collection and have been doing some beading work as a hobby. Now I have free time for around a year or at least few months at my hometown, and I would like to invest it into jewelry making lessons and practicing. It would be really great if you can guide me with some good online classes available or any other references from your side. Though I have been making some designs for myself watching online tutorials, I would totally love to go in-depth and learn more things. Kindly direct me with this. Thanks in advance for your support.”


Reply : Though there is nothing like learning from artists first hand, I understand it might not be possible to find such instructors always. Here are some of my suggestions for online resources, classes and guides. Due to the nature of this post, I’ll divide it into 2 parts – Online resources (websites, newsletters video classes) and books/magazine (hard copy or ebooks)

Best online Jewelry making resources to invest in


Newsletters
I recommend subscribing to Jewelry making daily or beading daily newsletters.They are by far the most detailed newsletters that I have come across, they provide inputs from master craftsmen around the world and best part is, they are free. They also provide information on latest tools, books, shows etc.

Websites

Craftsy
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– Free Classes

– best in class HD videos; New PDF classes too!
classes in sewing,cooking, photography, paper, yarn, quilting apart from jewelry
– Once bought classes can be accessed anytime
– lots of offers, discounts available
Read previous reviews of full classes and the site here
Creative Bug
Creative Video Workshops on Creativebug.com

– classes in sewing, paper, yarn, quilting apart from jewelry
– you can try for free for 2 weeks before paying
– you can gift classes
– You can access classes even after you are no longer an active subscriber

Interweave

Beading, Crochet, Jewelry, Knitting, Quilting, Sewing and Craft

– both video and PDF ebooks available
– Classes by Master craftsmen
– classes in sewing, mixed media, knitting, weaving, spinning apart from jewelry
– lots of offers, discounts and bundles available along with kits to practise


craft daily (Full review coming soon!)

over 500 workshops on a wide range of subjects; new videos added on a weekly basis
– Subscriptions by Craft – If you’re only interested in jewelry making, for example, then you don’t need to subscribe to the whole site.
– videos available on DVD and to Download from the Interweave Store

Beaducation

– focused on Jewelry
-sell tools and supplies shown in the video
– Skillwise videos; with cross referencing amongst them for better understanding
– Free video/ Text tutorials also available

There are many more excellent sites and guides but these are my top picks. Please add details of your favourite resources in the comments. Will write a post of must have books and magazine subscriptions soon

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Metalsmithing jewelry Class Giveaway

How many of you would like a free jewelry making class? One that is taken by an expert, online, can be rewatched many times and that would help you acquire a great new skill??Yes, you read it right and that is exactly what I am giving away here – An Expert Jewelry making class on Metal Smithing at home by Kate Richbourg.I had already spoken about Kate and how effective her classes are as she literally guides you step by step, provides a list of resources and simple home based alternatives in my previous posts on craftsy.

How many of you would like a free jewelry making class? One that is taken by an expert, online, can be rewatched many times and that would help you acquire a great new skill??
Yes, you read it right and that is exactly what I am giving away here – An Expert Jewelry making class on Metal Smithing at home by Kate Richbourg.
I had already spoken about Kate and how effective her classes are as she literally guides you step by step, provides a list of resources and simple home based alternatives in my previous posts on craftsy. This class is great for metal newbies and experts alike though you might want to take the free micro torch class first to familiarise yourself with the tools used.

http://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?B=578969&U=778597&M=29190&urllink=

Enter the Giveaway

Craftsy has teamed up with me to offer a free Jewelry making or other class of your choice for one lucky reader. All you have to do is click the “Craftsy Jewelry class giveaway” link here or picture below and either create a (free) Craftsy account or login to your existing account to be entered into the giveaway. Comments on this post will not enter you in the giveaway though they are welcome 🙂 Also Please do not directly log on to craftsy but go through this giveaway link or the one above. This giveaway goes for now until March 28th and is open to everyone, internationally.

http://www.shareasale.com/r.cfm?B=578969&U=778597&M=29190&urllink=

While you are at Craftsy check out all the free classes they have and the 11 other fabulous classes that they have in jewelry making
Please note that “Craftsy will select the winner randomly and send them their free class” I will not be selecting the winner.
Also for a limited time – ALL CRAFTSY CLASSES ARE UPTO 50% OFF
Avail it while the offer exists as for there are some truly great classes there.

Wishing you all good luck
Cheers
Divya N
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Q & A with Jewelry Designer Michelle Fantaci

Michelle Fantaci’s jewelry caught my attention on Instagram. I fell in love with its ability to be worn in layers, which is something I tend to do naturally. Then I learned more about the designer behind the brand and admired even more! Michelle isn’t one of those who sketch and send things off to be created by a CAD specialist–she is a true creator: sculpting, inventing, hand-crafting. She is deeply rooted in her love and passion of jewelry and jewelry design. I knew I wanted to share her story and designs with my readers, so I am thankful she took the time to answer a few questions for Gem Gossip:

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I am really excited about my new collection launching early February! I don’t typically use a lot of color but this collection will include Red Garnets, soft Gray Moonstone, Black Diamonds, and dark Rubies. The designs have a radiating motif and a regal feeling. The inspiration is the queen in Chess. I was exploring works by Richard Serra, Constantin Brancusi and Alexander McQueen and their defined, clean but sensual lines. As I sketched, certain elements developed further into something new.

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I started young. From when I was little and coveted my mother’s beaded choker, to my teenage obsession with Native American jewelry. By the time I was 15, I began metal-smithing. My senior year in high school, I took jewelry making classes at Parsons School of Design. I went on to study jewelry and metal-smithing in Florence.

Despite my love for jewelry design, I couldn’t imagine making a living from having my own line, I pursued other areas of the jewelry business. I was a sales associate at H. Stern in Rio de Janiero shortly after college, worked in production at Me and Ro and was the jewelry manager at Steven Alan. It wasn’t until later while studying interior design at Pratt Institute graduate program that I realized I missed working with my hands. Jewelry was it. I left Pratt and studied wax modeling with Fred de Vos in New York. By 2007 I felt ready to launch my collection.

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Epoxy clay Artistry

The last time I wrote about Craftsy I got a lot of comments and mails asking me for details on the classes and some asking me to review a class for them. Looking around what Craftsy had to offer in terms of jewelry making, I was excited about an epoxy clay mixed media class which is called Epoxy clay Artisry.

The last time I wrote about Craftsy I got a lot of comments and mails asking me for details on the classes and some asking me to review a class for them. Looking around what Craftsy had to offer in terms of jewelry making, I was excited about an epoxy clay mixed media class which is called Epoxy clay Artisry. Its conducted by Debbie Simon, who has been teaching jewelry making and art for 15 years, so I took it up.
Some might claim that her intros are long,but she does a thorough job of explaining the basics, the kind of materials available and recent trends

The clay class was really great with lots of different techniques – mixing clay, colouring, embedding crystals, stamping and finishing with filigree – I really liked the stamping and coloring ideas. But each lesson took a really long time to load and they could had edited it better. Also I wish that they had focused more on the pieces being worked on than on the instructors face. I recommend the class for people who do better with text/voice instructions rather than visuals. Ones who are visual dependent like me would find it lacking.You can find the class here

Shilpkar or Mseal is the only sort of epoxy clay available is India, but as more and more people are importing polymer clay, I am sure, artisan quality epoxy and crystal clay will be available soon here and when it does, I would be equipped to try it out.

so have you taken any new jewelry making classes recently? This weekend and the next I am planning to take a 2 day Resin jewelry workshop and I am totally excited to see how it goes.

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Also if you are looking to take Craftsy classes, now is a great time Craftsy Class Sale up to 66% off from 11/29-12/2! for a limited time only! Craftsy classes also make a great gift, so do some holiday shopping for the crafter in your life. They also have brilliant savings on the craft supplies like yarn and fabric ! Craftsy Yarn and Fabric sale up to 80% off from 11/27-12/2!


So take advantage of the Black Friday sales and shop Shop!!
I hope you find it interesting
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Why take up an online jewelry class

When I introduce myself to my new students at beginning of the year, I tell them that I make jewelry. After looking at my work, which they sometimes do, they all ask me where and how I learnt it

When I introduce myself to my new students at beginning of the year, I tell them that I make jewelry. After looking at my work, which they sometimes do, they all ask me where and how I learnt it. When I say, that I am self taught, they are surprised and wonder (aloud) how it was possible for me to learn everything by myself. I tell them that I practice a lot (which is true) but here is my real secret – I follow renowned jewelry artists on the web, read their blogs, tutorials, look at their work and pay close attention to what they are saying, ask doubts and I keep taking mini online classes whenever possible.

One place where I found most of these experts was Craftsy.

Online Jewelry Making Classes
I have been using craftsy for the last two years, to put up my finished works, tutorials and lately for classes and just signed up to be their affiliate. The images I put up there got pinned a lot and also brought a lot of traffic to my site as there are a lot of like minded people who like to read and share stuff there. I know that there are many online class sites available like beadeducation (another site that I frequent) but I recommend craftsy.

why take up an online class

The Craftsy classes I took were by the famous Kate Richbourg and I took up Micro torch basics and metal smithing at home. I Loved them and they inspired me to work with metal and thus was born the Dhathu collection. I had initially planed to incorporate soldering in it, but as most of you know, I fell sick and couldnt do so. But the day I take up soldering, I’ll go back to these videos for advise. As both a teacher and a business woman, it takes a lot to convince me to pay for a class and I like craftsy for the following reasons.

1. Craftsy classes give you video content to watch whenever you have time and its split into parts. This is the biggest plus for me. I watch a video once, try to make a product and sometimes go back to the video – pause and watch it again to compare my process with that of the expert
2. There are forums associated with each classes where you can ask doubts and the teacher or other students actually answer you (I never expected to get my doubts cleared!!)
3. The classes I took, came with downloable PDFs of the tools required, tips etc which made life easy for me

If you are an amateur/ self taught jewelry maker, here are some classes that you should definitely try

Make you own wire work findings
Beading with wire, chain, leather
Metalsmithing at home

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PS# They have a flash sale almost $10 off on classes – Craftsy 24 Hour Halloween Flash Sale! Ends at Midnight Tonight! going on now..do check it out

Also if you are someone who enjoys these classes and tutorials and would like to recommend them to your readers/friends/family, then Craftsy welcomes you to join them as a affiliate and earn while you do something you love. I just joined in. You get 30% commission on course sales and 10% commission on product sale, isnt that awesome? Join Craftsy’s Affiliate Program Today

Have you tried any of craftsy’s classes? Which ones do you recommend? or which ones would you like to try? Do send in your thoughts and comments.

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Exhibition & workshops at Sarwaa

I am exhibiting my jewelry at Sarwaa, Trivandrum on April 7th & 8th and conducting jewelry making classes – beading basics and paper jewelry on 8th.

I am exhibiting my jewelry at Sarwaa, Trivandrum on April 7th & 8th and conducting jewelry making classes – beading basics and paper jewelry on 8th. Find posters below. All are welcome

Registrations for workshops close by 4th april evening.
contact – 0471 3022220 (Trivandrum number)
I hope you find it interesting
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