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Percygian Percy

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What's the next jewelry-making technique you want to master? For me, it's setting stones. I want to master the whole process–cut the stones, make the settings, and then properly set the stones. I've done it before but not with enough regularity to feel I've mastered it, so that's next on my list. Here's a great …

What's the next jewelry-making technique you want to master? For me, it's setting stones. I want to master the whole process–cut the stones, make the settings, and then properly set the stones. I've done it before but not with enough regularity to feel I've mastered it, so that's next on my list. Here's a great …

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Muzz64's SHARKZ print in place and come off your build plate ready to bite. They print quickly, so why not make a few right now and give them to your friends?

Muzz64's SHARKZ print in place and come off your build plate ready to bite. They print quickly, so why not make a few right now and give them to your friends?

Perfect Halloween pendant! Swarovski Crystal and Sterling Silver. Handmade at #schaeferhobby

Perfect Halloween pendant! Swarovski Crystal and Sterling Silver. Handmade at #schaeferhobby

Armillary Ring by Kirk Lang, original designer. Transforms from a traditional engagement ring into an armillary sphere - www.kirklang.com

Armillary Ring by Kirk Lang, original designer. Transforms from a traditional engagement ring into an armillary sphere - www.kirklang.com

Oxidized Iris Kinectic Brooch Iris brooch made in silver with moving petals. Based on a camera lens aperture mechanism, the design was developed with the assistance of Ian Thompson in the Innovation Centre at Coleg Llandrillo, who animated the shapes of this and several other brooches to see how the shapes would interact. Made with the support of the Arts Council of Wales. #oxidized silver, #jewelry design, #sterling silver, #jewelry making, #iris, #shutter, #camera eye

Oxidized Iris Kinectic Brooch Iris brooch made in silver with moving petals. Based on a camera lens aperture mechanism, the design was developed with the assistance of Ian Thompson in the Innovation Centre at Coleg Llandrillo, who animated the shapes of this and several other brooches to see how the shapes would interact. Made with the support of the Arts Council of Wales. #oxidized silver, #jewelry design, #sterling silver, #jewelry making, #iris, #shutter, #camera eye

How to:  Knots used for fishing lures can also be helpful in jewelry making

How to: Knots used for fishing lures can also be helpful in jewelry making

box clasp - Google Search

box clasp - Google Search

Making A Simple Mask #2 by Douglas R Witt

Making A Simple Mask #2 by Douglas R Witt

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