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Lucky Faux Pas?

Who knew Faux Pas could be lucky?  With a pair of Baby Wubbers and a little creativity, one Austin artist was determined to make blunders work in her favor. It all started when DeeAnne and her friends had the opportunity

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Accordion Fold Bracelet

  Accordion Fold Bracelet by Laura Scott Materials 18 gauge wire 26 gauge wire Ruler Flush cutters Wubbers Parallel Pliers (any size or shape) Wubbers Round Nose Pliers Wubbers Medium Round Mandrels Beads of choice Rubber mallet Stainless steel block

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Introducing Wubbers Shout Out!

Would you like to be featured as a small business on our Facebook page, blog and possibly newsletter? If so, please email info@wubbersu.com. Include your business name, links to your website/Etsy store, etc., a short biography, and no more than

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Wubbers are off to Their First Museum?!

Nestled among the mountains and the brightest of blue waters of the Chilkat and Chilkoot Inlets off the Gulf of Alaska, sits the most curious of museums.  A true one of a kind in the world.  It is the Hammer Museum

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Katie Hacker on Boosting Your Jewelry Making Income

One way to expand your jewelry making business or help fund your hobby is to teach jewelry making classes. I’ve taught jewelry making classes in a variety of venues, from home parties to national conventions and have been a student

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Once Upon a Dragon…

We were thrilled to see so many of our friends at Bead&Button 2018!  Even more exciting was seeing our friends win recognition for their work!  Our very own Wubbers University instructor, Debbie Benninger, entered this mesmerizing copper wire and handmade glass

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Making Meaning with Vintage Jewelry

With a strong interest in living simple, I have been really searching for the meaning in everything that takes up space in my house.  Clothes, my children’s toy, kitchen gadgets, books…these are all easy to dispose of for me.  The

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