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Jewelry Affaire Winter 2016

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Filled with delectable delights and stunning statement pieces, you will be mesmerized by the latest, innovative trends on the jewelry scene. In this issue, learn how to make a delicate blush-hued pendant from wire and statement beads, and explore a collection of delicate treasures from featured artist Melinda Barnett. Plus, what’s old is new again with Cheryl Lindsay’s vintage-inspired assortment of necklaces, bracelets, pins, and more in patina and natural silver hues. See Audrey Lodato’s driftwood statement necklace inspired by her walks along the banks of the Hudson River in Upstate New York. We’re loving the mixed-media techniques like wire-wrapping and enameling that bring Anne Finkle’s pieces to life, including her one-of-a-kind earrings from scraps of eyelet fabric in shades of cornflower blue and golden brown.

Order a copy today and learn to make visual stunners that can be worn every day, are sure to garner compliments, and command attention.

 

Featured Artists:

  • Featured Collection: Melinda Barnett
  • Alison Huie
  • Anne Finkle
  • Audrey Lodato
  • Becky Graebner
  • Brooke Bock
  • Brooke VanDerzee
  • Carol Lucero
  • Cheryl Lindsay
  • Christine Barker
  • Elizabeth Hodges
  • Elizabeth Payne
  • Jamie Larson
  • Johanna Love
  • Julie Komenda
  • Julie Ryen
  • Kate Bock
  • Kristine Kennedy
  • Lesbia Gabriela Perdomo
  • Linda Sadler
  • Lisa Mitchum
  • Lissa Bowman
  • Lorelei Eurto
  • Marcia Fruland
  • Melissa Zonfrillo
  • Pat Silber
  • Rebecca Buchanan
  • Rebekah Baumunk
  • Sarah A. Donawerth
  • Sherri Welser
  • Susan LeGuyader
  • Suzanne Boehm
  • Tayla Naden

Departments:

  • Whimsical Wares
  • Natural Revelry
  • Vintage Jubilee
  • Artistic Affaire
  • Black Tie Affaire
  • In the Jewelry Box

Featured Techniques:

  • Designing with driftwood
  • Making a tassel necklace with a thimble and sparkly dangles
  • Hammering, stamp, and enamel spoons into beautiful pendants
  • Reusing found sea glass
  • Creating a simple macramé and rhinestone bracelet
  • Utilizing those hand-painted textiles for jewelry components
  • Piecing together an artistic wrap bracelet

In Every Issue:

  • Hidden Gems: Reviews of the Latest Products for Jewelry Enthusiasts
  • Destinations: Retailers in Your Area
  • Online Connections
  • Submission Guidelines
  • About the Publisher
  • Letter from the Editor
  • Letters to the Editor

 

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Filled with delectable delights and stunning statement pieces, you will be mesmerized by the latest, innovative trends on the jewelry scene. In this issue, learn how to make a delicate blush-hued pendant from wire and statement beads, and explore a collection of delicate treasures from featured artist Melinda Barnett. Plus, what’s old is new again with Cheryl Lindsay’s vintage-inspired assortment of necklaces, bracelets, pins, and more in patina and natural silver hues. See Audrey Lodato’s driftwood statement necklace inspired by her walks along the banks of the Hudson River in Upstate New York. We’re loving the mixed-media techniques like wire-wrapping and enameling that bring Anne Finkle’s pieces to life, including her one-of-a-kind earrings from scraps of eyelet fabric in shades of cornflower blue and golden brown.

Order a copy today and learn to make visual stunners that can be worn every day, are sure to garner compliments, and command attention.

 

Featured Artists:

  • Featured Collection: Melinda Barnett
  • Alison Huie
  • Anne Finkle
  • Audrey Lodato
  • Becky Graebner
  • Brooke Bock
  • Brooke VanDerzee
  • Carol Lucero
  • Cheryl Lindsay
  • Christine Barker
  • Elizabeth Hodges
  • Elizabeth Payne
  • Jamie Larson
  • Johanna Love
  • Julie Komenda
  • Julie Ryen
  • Kate Bock
  • Kristine Kennedy
  • Lesbia Gabriela Perdomo
  • Linda Sadler
  • Lisa Mitchum
  • Lissa Bowman
  • Lorelei Eurto
  • Marcia Fruland
  • Melissa Zonfrillo
  • Pat Silber
  • Rebecca Buchanan
  • Rebekah Baumunk
  • Sarah A. Donawerth
  • Sherri Welser
  • Susan LeGuyader
  • Suzanne Boehm
  • Tayla Naden

Departments:

  • Whimsical Wares
  • Natural Revelry
  • Vintage Jubilee
  • Artistic Affaire
  • Black Tie Affaire
  • In the Jewelry Box

Featured Techniques:

  • Designing with driftwood
  • Making a tassel necklace with a thimble and sparkly dangles
  • Hammering, stamp, and enamel spoons into beautiful pendants
  • Reusing found sea glass
  • Creating a simple macramé and rhinestone bracelet
  • Utilizing those hand-painted textiles for jewelry components
  • Piecing together an artistic wrap bracelet

In Every Issue:

  • Hidden Gems: Reviews of the Latest Products for Jewelry Enthusiasts
  • Destinations: Retailers in Your Area
  • Online Connections
  • Submission Guidelines
  • About the Publisher
  • Letter from the Editor
  • Letters to the Editor

 

 
Jewelry Affaire Winter 2016
Jewelry Affaire Winter 2016
Jewelry Affaire Winter 2016

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