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  • 1. Jewelry Paper, Clay, Wire, Hemp, Leather, Thread Techniques on how to use these materials and examples This is a basic introduction only. For more techniques search online and in texts
  • 2. Paper Beads
    • Cut paper into even strips for tube beads and into long triangles for tapered beads .
    • Roll paper around toothpick or pencil. Apply a small amount of glue with a toothpick or use a glue stick to seal the paper.
    • Seal with Modpodge or other sealant and allow to dry for 2 days.
  • 3. Examples of Paper Bead Jewelry This necklace is created with tube beads and store bought beads.
  • 4. Copyright 2007 by Julie A. Bolduc
  • 5. Created by the women of “Beadforlife”
  • 6. Designs by “Junkmail Gems”
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  • 8. Clay Beads
    • Roll or Cut beads from Clay.
    • Design and clean up beads.
    • Create holes (remember the hole will shrink).
    • Fire
  • 9. Clay Beads created by “For the Love of Beads”
  • 10. Beads and Jewelry designs by Sarah Thomas
  • 11. georgiamorgan.net
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  • 13. Judy Kuskin
  • 14. Wire Work Wire jewelry can be intricate but is also one of the more difficult ways to create jewelry. Using tools such as pliers, you bend the wire into the desired shapes (you may only have this choice if you have paid the class donation).
  • 15. Designs can be found at www.wigjig.com
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  • 17. Hemp
    • Hemp jewelry is created by braiding and knotting hemp twine into designs and incorporating beads at regular intervals.
  • 18. The two basic knots Most hemp jewelry is made up of two basic knots, which are illustrated below. These knots are basically the reverse of each other. If you just repeat one knot over and over again, you will get a spiral pattern that looks like a double-helix. If you alternate one knot and then the other, you will get a flat pattern:                               
  • 19. You will need 4 lengths of hemp. Two will form the base (black), and should be a little longer than the finished piece will be. The other two (blue and red) will be used to make the knots and need to be at least 5 or 6 times longer than the finished piece. The length can vary depending on any beads you may add - if you use a lot of large beads you will need less hemp because you will be making fewer knots. Tip: If you want a loop at one end of the piece (so you can use a button or knot clasp), use only two pieces. Make them twice as long, fold them over, and tie a loop.
  • 20. Knot 1 Fold the right strand (red) over the base strands (black) and under the left strand (blue). Bring the left strand (blue) under the base strands (black) and then up and over the right strand (red). Tighten the knot.
  • 21. Knot 2 Then fold the left strand (red) over the base strands and under the right strand (blue). Bring the right strand (blue) under the base strands and then up and over the left strand (red). Tighten the second knot.
  • 22. Adding beads to your hemp necklace is easy. Just thread it on both base strands (black) and make a knot around it. If the bead's hole is too small to be threaded onto the hemp, it can be attached using bead thread (sew it on) or wire (make a loop of wire and thread that onto the base strands like you would a bead - tighten to secure).
  • 23. Finishing Hemp Jewelry
    • Tie Ends Allow enough hemp to twist or braid the ends and then tie them together. This is the easiest and simplest way to finish.
    • Bead/Button/Knot clasp This requires some forethought. When you start your piece, instead of cutting 4 strands, cut 2 twice as long, fold them over in half, and tie a loop which will be one end. When you finish, put a large bead, button, or knot at the other end. When you stick the bead through the loop, it will catch and hold
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  • 26. Leather and Thread
    • These materials can be used for simple pendants or for beading.
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  • 29. Your jewelry
    • You must create a piece/ or pieces that implement paper beads and a piece/ or pieces that implement clay beads.
    • You may use a combination of any of the other techniques and beads.
    • Pieces must show creativity, time, and effort (if it is simple or small you will need to make more than one).