Jewelry Designer Challenge!

 It’s time for an exciting jewelry designer challenge!! We’ve put together some FusionBeads.com products you can have some fun with! We can’t wait to see your creativity and design skills! If you’re up for a challenge, we want you to design and create a piece of jewelry using the product shown in the picture above! […]

Tuesday Tips and Tricks!

When packing my jewelry collection for a recent move I found fabulous pieces that I hadn’t worn in so long I’d forgotten I owned them! It was definitely time to do some spring (or early summer) cleaning. Instead of letting all of that jewelry collect dust in the bottom of your jewelry box, […]

Tool Storage Ideas

Tools are certainly not the easiest thing to store since there are so many odd shapes and sizes. But with a little thought and some creativity, you can create some wonderful storage solutions. Below are some ideas to inspire you as well as my very own studio’s tool storage solutions.

To create […]

Popular Past Inspiration Jewelry Giveaway!

 

This giveaway has ended. Congratulations to Nicole M., on winning our popular and stunning We’re Not in Kansas Anymore Necklace and  Angelina Earrings!

We’ve definitely had some amazing inspiration pieces made throughout the year by our jewelry designers here at FusionBeads.com, but two of our most popular would have to be our Angelina […]

Tuesday Tips and Tricks!

One of the best stringing products for pearl knotting and projects with exposed thread are the Griffin Silk Bead Cords and Griffin Nylon Bead Cords. You can choose a coordinating cord for a traditional pearl knotted piece, like our Here Comes the Bride Necklace or use a cord that contrasts with your beads, […]

Tuesday Tips and Tricks!

Not all jewelry is a one-size-fits-all product. If you don’t know the exact wrist size or necklace length preference of the eventual wearer of your jewelry creations, then an extender chain is a great solution for you!

An extender chain will work with a spring ring, lobster claw clasp, hook clasp or an S-clasp. […]