Tutorials – JAC Blog Carnival

Tutorials – JAC Blog Carnival



tutorials - jar blog carnival


Post one, review one, or tell us if and why or why not you like them

It is Blog Carnival time again at the Jewelry Artisans Community and this is the topic we have to write about for this month.

I can be very short about it, I love using them as starting point but mostly I change directions half way down.

I have made several jewelry pieces with the help of YouTube tutorials and for my paper craft I love using them as a starting point too.
I remember the early years when I started beading. There was no YouTube and all the creations I made I had to learn by trail and error, which was fine, it only took me longer to finish a project back then.  🙂

I have always given written explanations when asked but I did manage to write 2 actual tutorials.
One for a beaded bead and I wrote one for beaded Follow Me Earrings but which easily could be made into necklaces, bracelets and pendants. Both where made with easy to follow step by step photo’s.

Who know’s maybe I will write a few more in the future when I find the time to do so.

I would love to hear if you like working with tutorials, and if you like mine, so feel free to leave comment.

I will be adding the links from our other JAC members when available.

Jewelry Art By Dawn

Cat’s Wire

Carina Veling
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4 gedachten over “Tutorials – JAC Blog Carnival

  1. Love your beaded beads, Carina!

    If I worked with seed beads, I’d try it myself. I wonder if it could be adapted to using 30 gauge wire and small metal beads – maybe I’ll attempt it when I get home from vacation.

    1. The free one, the barok beaded bead might be do able with 30 gauge wire.
      I did make some beaded bead earrings long time ago but they weren’t this intricate as this one.

      The second one, the Follow Me earrings might be hard to do,
      they are made with 11/o and 15/o miyuki. 😉

  2. Those earrings are really pretty! Kudos to you for making a tutorial for them.
    It’s interesting that you also like to change directions when working with a tut 🙂

    1. Thank you Cat, it was fun making the tutorials, the Barok beaded beads I made way back in 2004 I think.

      About using tutorials, I change directions most of the time,
      I just let the beads, wire take me where they want to go.

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