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Jewelry Making

Creating stunning jewelry pieces is a fun and affordable way to express your own sense of style. Learn basic and advanced techniques for jewelry making and browse Plaid's selection of trend-forward jewelry lines.

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Martha Stewart Crafts ® Jewelry Findings, Setting & Chains
Jewelry findings are custom designed and offer unique detailing to complete your jewelry look....

Jewelry Making Projects

Jewelry Making Education

Attaching Head Pins and Eye Pins to Earring Findings
See how easy it is to make earrings using head pins and eye pins.
Using Clasps in Jewelry Making
Learn how to add a jewelry clasp.
Jewelry Making: Putting it All Together with Candie Cooper
Candie Cooper teaches us how to craft jewelry pieces together.
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Yes! The epoxy clay mixes like paint. Create your custom color with the clays, and then mix it with an equal amount of activator.
 
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Mix the epoxy clay colors first without the activator. Mix enough activator only for the mold you are about to use. When the clay dries, remove it from the mold and mix your next shade with the activator.
 
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Use the silicone tip brush to push the epoxy clay into tiny recessed areas and to remove clay from unwanted areas.
 
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Let the epoxy clay dry for a few hours in the mold until it is only slightly soft to the touch. The clay should be hard enough to be removed safely from the mold, but soft enough so rhinestones can be pushed into the surface of the clay. Carefully remove from the silicone mold and use tweezers to place rhinestones in the clay.