Sometimes it is the simplest things that are the most elegant. Jewelry Affaire celebrates the beauty that can be found in easy to make jewelry. These pieces are not only feasts for the eyes, but they can easily dress up and adorn any outfit and its wearer. This jewelry is precious in its own right.
Order a copy today and learn to make and wear visual stunners that can be worn every day, are sure to garner compliments, and command attention. Every issue of Jewelry Affaire Magazine offers 144 pages of beautiful necklaces, cuffs, earrings, bracelets, and more.
Dive into the world of necklaces, bracelets, earrings, and more inside each issue of Jewelry Affaire. Created for jewelry enthusiasts and makers alike, Jewelry Affaire showcases one-of-a-kind pieces that serve to both inspire and guide you on that next handmade treasure. Each issue presents step-by-step tutorials, insights from the artists, tips, and dreamy photography. Brush up on a variety of techniques including enameling, beading, wire-wrapping, polymer clay making, metal stamping, mixed-media assemblage, and more.
We explore an eclectic mix of design aesthetics that come together to make Jewelry Affaire such a visual treat. Delve through five unique chapters — Whimsical Wares, Natural Revelry, Vintage Jubilee, Artistic Affaire, and Black Tie Affaire — all featuring jewelry that is bound by similar style characteristics. Not just sticking to one look, each issue promises jewelry that’s equal parts bohemian, vintage-inspired, romantic, industrial, Art Deco, and shabby chic. We never shy away from color or texture, and we believe that mixing these two elements makes for a stunning piece of jewelry worth sharing. If you’re like us, you have a soft spot for fresh jewelry made at the hands of incredibly talented and insightful artists.
Discover a wide range of techniques to advance your jewelry making skills. The majority of necklaces, bracelets, earrings, rings, and brooches you will see in Jewelry Affaire are made using basic methods and cold connection, making many of these pieces approachable for the novice jewelry maker. We’ll show you how to decorate with patina, create pendants and beads with polymer clay, utilize materials from nature like twigs or flowers, and produce resin components.