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The World is Your Playground

Get ready, because the picture overload is coming! There were just too many beauties in Tucson to pass by and not share. I just love the creativity that overtakes my brain when rummaging through the plethora of shiny and colorful

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Posted in jewelry making, Tools, Tucson

3 Ways to Boost Creativity!

For most people, the new year brings new goals and fresh starts. I want to provide some inspiration for letting the creative flare roar this year. Here are my top three suggestions to lead the way! 1. Conduct a workspace

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Posted in Creative words of wisdom, Handmade Business, jewelry making, Tools

At The Makery with Francesca and Robert

The Hill Country was calling and Patti and Laura had to go… to the cozy downtown of Bulverde, Texas. With it’s charming Hallmark feel combined with the friendliness of the locals, this small town made us feel like we hit the

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Posted in Gwen Youngblood, jewelry making, Patti's Jewelry Travels, Tools

When Bikers Wear Jewelry

There are pieces of jewelry we design for fun. There are pieces we design to sell. Then, there are those special pieces. The ones we design with purpose and meaning. They can be some of the most challenging to make,

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Posted in Interviews, jewelry making, Wubbers Cares

A little Splash of color!

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Posted in Creative words of wisdom, jewelry making, Jewelry Tips

Rectangle Links with Wubbers Parallel Mandrel Pliers

Making your own chain opens up a lot of new design possibilities, and guess what?  It is no longer tedious!  This tutorial is about the mechanics of forming rectangle links.  For information on fusing Argentium® Sterling Silver, adding texture to

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Posted in Free Classes, jewelry making, Jewelry Tips, Tools

Want a FREE pair of Wubbers Pliers???

Patti and Laura shared their most used and recommended shears in a previous blog post. Wubbers does not manufacture or market shears, nor are we affiliated with any brand of shears, but we definitely use shears. Along with our recommendation

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Posted in Giveaway, jewelry making, Jewelry Making Q&A, Jewelry Tips, Tools