Jewelry Making Supplies
Wouldn't you love to know more about jewelry making? If you have a passion for creating fun, whimsical styles and want to know more about the art of jewelry making, JTV's Jewel School will be an amazing opportunity for you. From project guides to jewelry making how-to videos, easily get on the road to success with your new-found hobby.
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The rich greens of Eilat stone come from it being a unique combination of various copper-bearing minerals including chrysocolla, malachite, azurite, and turquoise. Eilat stone is the national stone of Israel. It is known as King Solomon stone, as it comes from what is storied to be King Solomon's mines in the Timna Valley of Israel.
Making Jewelry with Jewel School
Are you ready to make jewelry? Get the lowdown on all the ins and outs of jewelry making with Jewel School from JTV. Whether you're just starting out or have a lot of jewelry making experience under your belt, Jewel School has something for everyone - and a lot of fun to share! Whether you tune in for educational or entertainment purposes, there's something for everyone to enjoy.
Interested in beading tutorials and how-tos? Jewel School has them - as well as suggestions for beads and kits to use for demonstrated projects. Wire wrapping is all the rage; learn to do it like a pro - or like a hobbyist fashionista excited to put her own spin on her look with handcrafted bracelets and earrings. Shaping metal isn't as daunting as it seems when the JTV crew walks you through it, and weaving is more fun than ever when you tune in to work alongside the Jewel School hosts. More advanced techniques, like soldering, are also covered. Get those irons out!
Jewelry can be a very personal way to show the world who you are. Every piece you wear comes with a story: where you got it and from whom, what it symbolizes, how you feel when you put it on. We all have something special from a far-away vacation, a significant event, to mark an anniversary. Some of us have heirloom pieces that have been passed down from one generation to the next. Imagine, though, having jewelry pieces that, when asked about them, you can proudly say, 'I made this myself.' Show the world who you are with your own handiwork and tips and how-tos with jewelry making. Tune in on TV or online on Sundays, Mondays, and Tuesdays and discover your inner jeweler.