DIY Beading Magazine #32: Unleash The Beauty of Gemstones

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It’s a new month and are you craving for something more in your jewelry style? Then it is the right time as we have jewelry tutorials that will not be out of fashion! Come and learn with us in style and luxury! In this new issue of DIY Beading Magazine, we will unleash the beauty of gemstones and crystals just for you! Ready to be the centre of attention with your sparkles? Now is the time to get noticed with gemstones and crystals with that hint of personal touch!


With DIY Beading Magazine #32, not only you’ll learn how to make handmade jewelry, but we’ll also talk about venturing into making your jewelry making a profitable business in our Jewelry Biz article! It’s time to make your passion into a business!


Inside DIY Beading Magazine #32 you’ll learn these premium tutorials!

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Get to meet our Guest Contributors!

JamiePerhaps I’m just easily fascinated, but I often see magic and wonder in things other might consider mundane. I’m a very imaginative person, and as a child I often created fictional narratives to go along with places or objects.My inspiration comes from all over. Sometimes I’m really into nature, like toadstools and mushrooms. Sometimes I’m really into man-made things, like ships. Sometimes I’m really into concepts and themes, like astrology or mythology. Read more…
wanda eppsWanda is an avid jewelry maker who loves to make jewelry with beads. She began her journey into jewelry making after walking into a bookstore to find crafting books on sale. One on making jewelry caught her eye and after making a simple bead necklace she was hooked. That was in late 2003. Read more…
JeskeHi there! My name is Jeske and I love all things handmade. Over the years, I’ve dabbled in countless different arts and crafts, but nowadays I mainly focus on making jewellery and cutting stone cabochons. As for jewellery, my preferred materials are silver wire and gemstone/mineral beads. Using wire-wrapping and basic silver smithing techniques, I create both simple and intricate pieces – each and every one of them unique, a personal little artwork. Read more…
JuliaI was born and live in Moldova, Eastern Europe. Ever since I remember myself I’ve been crocheting and knitting. My grandmother has taught me that and I loved it very much. I always regarded crafts exclusively as a hobby and never thought of making a career of it. I traveled a lot to various historical sites. Actually I’ve spent all my childhood summers in archaeological camps with my father who is a professional archaeologist. Read more…
MariellaMy name is Mariella Martella and I am the author and designer of jewelry that I sign with the name of Mariel Bijoux. After changing city often for work and study, I currently live in northern Italy. I am an art historian with a passion for travel, painting and jewelry design in weaving, that project since 2010. In my beads and crystals are the colors of the Mediterranean sea, the atmosphere of summer evenings and the lights of the places I visited. Read more…
MargitMy name is Margit Vogel. I live in Hungary, Europe. By profession, I am a biochemical engineer but I fell in love with beads so much that I could not stop playing with them. I make one-of-a-kind beaded and bead embroidered art jewelry made of the best quality materials, such as Swarovski stones, gemstones, Japanese beads (Miyuki and Toho), Czech glass beads, leather, soutache and suede. Each piece is unique and individually crafted. Read more…


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Sky Aldovino

I am a self-taught beadweaver who loves to learn and share her knowledge on jewelry making through blogging and published tutorials you'll find at DIY Beading

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