HOW TO CONTACT THE BEADING GEM

I am always delighted when someone contacts me either via email or on my blog. Who wouldn't be? There are 5 ways to get my attention :

1. Email
beadinggem @yahoo.ca

2. Post comments
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Original Post by THE BEADING GEM
Jewelry Making Tips - Jewelry Business Tips 

9 comments :

Kathy White said...

Please enter me for The Bead Shop Giveaway. I can never find where to enter these contest! Thank you!

bvseth said...

I love reading about a small beading business. The success depends on the ability to work hard and multi-task. Your web site is indicative of your enthusiasm for beading.

ardith martijn said...

I really love your blog. I would like to win the $50 gift certificate from Goody Beads.

Evelyn Lee said...

I've always been interested in African beads, and would love to win the contest. Evelyn Lee

evelyn.lee2@yahoo.ca

Evelyn Lee said...

Please enter me for the Best Bead Czech bead contest. I do a lot of bead weaving, and would love some #11 seed beads.

Evelyn Lee
evelyn.lee2@yahoo.ca

6693 Second Line
RR 3, Fergus, Ont
N1M 2W4

Yvette Hobbs said...

I wanted to make a necklace, wide bracelet, and earrings set that would resemble something you'd see in a pageant or on the red carpet. Is there a tutorial?

Pearl Blay said...

There are many tutorials out there so it will depend what you like and what sort of technique you can do - wire work, beadwork etc.

One suggestion is for you to search my blog for "statement" jewelry tutorials. These are worthy of the red carpet! Just go to the top right of my blog and type in the search box "statement tutorial". Have fun checking them out. There are tons!

Pietownusa@msn.com said...

Hi, I like the way you made your copper ear wires, but, I am having a hard time finding "copper colored" wire that would work. I was told I needed half hard ,so , the ear wire will keep its shape. Can you help? I need to make a lot of pairs . Thank you, Denise

Pearl Blay said...

Hi Denise,

Copper is generally a soft metal. So if you wish to make earring wires with this metal you need to work harden them so they retain their shape. After forming the copper ear wires, place them on a steel block and hammer a few times with a nylon hammer. Hope this helps!!

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