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Going to Tucson!

Every year after the hustle and bustle of the Holidays dies down, I start to pack my bags and get ready for my favorite trip to one of the biggest and best bead shows in the world. The Tucson Gem

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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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Gwen Youngblood at Bead & Button!

Gwen Youngblood will be at Bead&Button Show once again this year with her Metal Art Lab booth (location 1006/1008) filled with a ton of Wubbers tools including the Apprentice line as well as her unique Riveting Essentials Kit. Also, be

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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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How Do I Care For My Wubbers Pliers?

Keep Your Wubbers Pliers Looking and Working Like New! I designed Wubbers to last, but here are some quick, simple things that you can do to keep them looking great and working great. Feed Them! One of the things that

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Tool Spotlight!

Available at WubbersUShop.com, our 4″ x 4″ hand-polished steel block burnishes your metal as you work. Made with very high quality, hardened steel making it much harder to dent than other steel blocks. The form fitting rubber base significantly dampens

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Ask an Expert: How to Choose a Jewelry Saw

There are dozens of saw frames on the market now, and it can be overwhelming to know which one to choose when you first start out making jewelry.  Over the years I have collected quite a few, and will guide

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