3 Free Gemstone Jewelry Making Projects

Celebrate the wonderful power of gemstones with the experts in this free eBook full of gemstone information! You’ll agree that many of these colored gems are more beautiful than the often recited big three: ruby, emerald and sapphire. These stones are usually prized for meeting one standard—and looking exactly like one another.
We created an in-depth guide to creating jewelry with gemstones that’s full of insight from experienced jewelers into best practices for gemstone jewelry design. In this essential gemstone jewelry tutorial, you’ll learn expert tips for designing jewelry for beautifully patterned colored gemstones as well as step-by-step instructions for fabricating one natural gemstone pendant. If you’ve always wanted to learn how to make gemstone jewelry, this free eBook is for you!
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Free eBook on wire wrapping stones for jewelry
Learn how to wire wrap stones

If you’re searching for expert tips to the art of wire wrapping stones into mystifying gemstone jewelry, look no further.

With informative tips and instructional projects on how to work with these delicate colored gemstones and wire wrapping stones, this free eBook will help make all of your gemstone jewelry making dreams come true!

Create jewelry with tigereye gemstone

How to Make Tigereye Jewelry

Eye on Tigereye by Si & Ann Frazier

Learn about one of the most fascinating colored gems with 20 most frequently asked and most interesting questions about the tigereye. Get insight into details of this gem such as: what gives tigereye its gleam, how easy it is to find, and what you should look for in a finished tigereye. Learn of the many color combinations that can be found: brown and yellow, deep blue, and more depending on geological conditions. Ever wonder what the difference is between tigereye and cat’s-eye? Learn almost everything there is to know about this one-of-a-kind gemstone in this informative eBook!


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DIY Wire Wrapped Pendant

Wire Wrapped Malachite Pendant by Dale “Cougar” Armstrong

The beautiful shades of green that swirl, bend, blossom, and bulls-eye in malachite almost demand to be set in sterling silver. Because malachite is a copper mineral, however, combining it with sterling is a recipe for tarnish. Although there are chemical treatments for gemstone jewelry that resist tarnish, they do not last forever, and as a studio jeweler, Dale tries to remain as much of a purist as she can. Malachite is a relatively soft and fragile stone, which scratches easily and can be difficult to polish. Explore a classic technique designed with square Argentium Silver in this one-of-a-kind wire wrap gemstone project.


DIY petrified wood pendant

DIY Petrified Wood Pendant

Conical Petrified Wood Pendant by Lexi Erickson

Learn to create a special bezel setting for this special colored gemstone! Using a conical stone that was cut from petrified wood, Lexi Erickson guides you through detailed instructions for successful gemstone jewelry making in this free project. Anthropologically speaking, circles are symbolic of so much, Lexi explains of her inspiration for this design. Early human homes were circles, and in some places they still are. The center of the home, the hearth, was and is a circle. Tea is served in circular cups, to your circle of friends. Yellow tabbies curl into a cozy circle to sleep. Let’s face it: square Oreos would be just plain wrong! Join the fun adventure of creating one of a kind gemstone jewelry with Lexi in this free project.


If you’ve always wanted to learn how to make gemstone jewelry, this eBook is for you!

You’ll also find projects that will show you how easy it really is to create jewelry that stands out from the crowd with the rich palette of gemstone colors and patterns. Then you can use both these projects as starting points for your own one-of-a-kind jewelry designs.

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