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Spring Into Action!

Spring Pantone 2018 Report I always look forward to the Pantone Fashion Color Trend Report. Although some of the colors may not be my favorite, or look the best with my pale skin tone, the combinations of colors always fascinate

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Halstead and Wubbers – Rings Made Easy!

Please welcome guest writer, Erica Stice.    Erica Stice is the Studio Coordinator at Halstead, a wholesale jewelry supplier and proud reseller of Wubbers pliers. She teaches metalsmithing classes to the Halstead team in their on-site jewelry studio. Her designs have

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Christine Keller’s international journey!

Wubbers University is proud to announce the recent international success of our very own instructor, Christine Keller.  We were attracted to Christine’s anodized aluminum wire designs years ago. Through dedication and an eye for beautiful designs, Christine found her niche

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NEW! Triangle, Oval and Square Texture Hammers!

I am so happy to introduce a new addition to our family of Wubbers tools — The Artisan’s Mark Shaped Texture Hammers! Square Oval Triangle Best of all, Wubbers offers them with… A lifetime guarantee. With this kind of guarantee,

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New Wubbers Layaway Program

It may seem early to start thinking about the holidays, but they will be here before we know it! Wubbers wants to make your holiday shopping easier and a lot less stressful. Whether buying for yourself or someone else, let

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Lexi’s Solder Tips

Anyone who knows me knows that I am passionate about soldering. It’s one of the very basic techniques needed when making jewelry, and one that many people don’t understand. In fact, I have been in a class where the teacher

Posted in Free Classes, Jewelry Making Q&A, Jewelry Tips, Lexi Erickson