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Blogger Susan Beal Provides More Than a Trio of Projects for You at CraftStylish!

Blogger Susan Beal Provides More Than a Trio of Projects for You at CraftStylish!

Did you just have to make bead expert and jewelry-maker Susan Beals's Trio Earrings featured in "Quick Stuff to Make?" Then check out this post!

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Organize Your Beads and Charms

Organize Your Beads and Charms

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Once you've been collecting jewelry-making treasures for a while, storing and organizing them can become an overwhelming endeavor! I have a pretty huge collection at this point, so I've done my share of endlessly arranging and rearranging ... but here are a few things have worked well for me.

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Beaders Adore Toho Shoji

Beaders Adore Toho Shoji

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Toho Shoji is one of my favorite bead stores, and every time I’m in New York, I go there to browse everything and pick up new bits and pieces to work with. If you should ever find yourself in the Big Apple, be sure to stop in. Give yourself plenty of time because there is a lot to see.

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You Wont Believe How Bead Simple It Is

You Won't Believe How Bead Simple It Is

Learn how to make simple, elegant jewelry for everyday or special occasions in Susan Beal's gorgeous and informative BeadSimple.

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Untangle that Mess and Organize Your Handmade Jewelry

Untangle that Mess and Organize Your Handmade Jewelry

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If you're a jewelry maker, sooner or later, you're likely to end up with a dilemma: how to keep your work organized, i.e., untangled and nicely arranged, and how to store all of your finished pieces. Once I realized that I had a problem on my hands, I came up with some solutions that have worked out well.

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Beadage.net is a Fantastic Resource for Jewelry Making

Beadage.net is a Fantastic Resource for Jewelry Making

Yes, my great passion is beading, and every time I visit Emma McCreary’s incredible Beadage.net, my passion is fueled, inspired, and ready to take on new things. The site also has a very fun blog.

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Meet the Makers at Maker Faire

Meet the Makers at Maker Faire

CraftStylish had a grand time among our crafty brethren under the sunny skies of San Mateo, California.

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Take a Peek at Portlands Vibrant Crafty Scene

Take a Peek at Portland's Vibrant Crafty Scene

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Portland is one charmer of a hip city, and its crafty venues are downright cool. Come along for a native-led tour.

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DIY Bride Interview and Giveaway!

DIY Bride Interview and Giveaway!

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I recently had a chance to catch up with DIY Bride author Khris Cochran to ask about the inspiration for her book and her current crafty idea favorites.

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Etsy Selling: How to Raise Your Profile Profitably

Etsy Selling: How to Raise Your Profile Profitably

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Selling your jewelry on Etsy is easy. What requires a bit of skill is learning how to draw attention to your shop on a site that has more than 400,000 listings. Here are some great tips on how to get your work the attention it deserves.

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 Vintage Bead Book Spotlight: The Family Creative Workshop Series

Vintage Bead Book Spotlight: The Family Creative Workshop Series

I love all things vintage, and some of my favorite sources for vintage jewelry-making inspiration come from the craft books and magazines of the past. You can find these treasures online and in thrift stores. Here are some great places to hunt for true vintage crafting magic.

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California Designer Creates a Paradise of Jewelry

California Designer Creates a Paradise of Jewelry

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Meet the inspired jewelry-making world of Laura Stokes. From her own line of unique jewelry creations to her amazing hand-crafted supplies available via her Web site, this California-based designer does it all. Here is a jewelry resource that you won’t want to miss.

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Shopping for Jewelry Supplies on Etsy

Shopping for Jewelry Supplies on Etsy

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If you’ve never been to Etsy, I highly recommend that you go to their site. It is an incredible resource for all things crafty: great supplies, handmade items, and of course brilliant inspiration. The site is super-easy to navigate and is one of my favorite places to go looking for awesome jewelry-making finds. Here are some tips to help you find what you’re looking for.

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Tips for Buying Beads and Jewelry Supplies Secondhand

Tips for Buying Beads and Jewelry Supplies Secondhand

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Finding a vintage trinket, charm, or bauble at a yard sale or a favorite thrift store can feel like you've struck jewelry-making gold! Here are some of my best tips for spotting treasures among castaways.

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Craftypod Jewelry Projects

Craftypod Jewelry Projects

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Craftypod is the blogging home of Portland crafter, Diane Gilleland, aka, Sister Diane, leader of the Portland Church of Craft. This extremely talented lady has a new project that I'd like to share with you.

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Bead Bloggers

Bead Bloggers

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Meet this talented group of jewelry designers. These ladies have banded together to share their favorite resources and links, and promote all kinds of exciting work, too! Super inspiring.

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Hot Deals on Beautiful Baubles!

Hot Deals on Beautiful Baubles!

Here is one of my all-time favorite sources for beading basics and beyond, especially since they're so affordable.

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Katie Hacker and Beads, Baubles and Jewels

Katie Hacker and Beads, Baubles and Jewels

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If you've got just three minutes then Katie Hacker can change your whole approach to jewelry-making. Her beading tutorials are great!

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Wire 101

Wire 101

Whether you’re a beginning beader or you’ve been making jewelry for quite awhile, you probably have plenty of favorites in terms of wire—both materials and gauges. But if you’re wondering what the best choice for a project might be, or whether craft wire or sterling is the better bet, here are my recommendations for what to use in your jewelry-making projects.

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The Art of Jewelry

The Art of Jewelry

If you're in the Pacific Northwest, you have to check out this spectacular exhibition at Portland's Museum of Contemporary Craft, Framing: The Art of Jewelry.

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