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Wednesday, December 28, 2011

Project Accessory The Run Down.

Oh, the challenges the contestants faced to make it to the final 3, there was the cat suit challenge, hand bag challenge, beach junk challenge, the Kenneth Cole challenge, and the Bug challenge. Some very successful outcomes, some not so much. As the count down to the end approached I began to narrow down my two favorite although I must admit it did change a few times. Ultimately my two favorites to win it all were Nina and Rich. In a somewhat surprising ending Brian took it all. Although Bryan is quite talented, he was often hit or miss with me and in the end I was just not in love with the final pieces he produced. I am eager to see what he puts out for the general public.

Here is a peek at the winning designs Brian produced: Brian

The show had some hits and misses and it definitely has some kinks to work out. I noticed on the PA blogs many people suggested the producers should not bring this show back. I actually disagree. I think Project Accessory has potential. It was the first crack at a show of this type and I think they should give it another try. If the producers take into account some of the suggestions of the viewers and lessons learned from watching the show unfold,  I think the show could work. It its a wonderful platform for little known accessories designers to get noticed. I'm willing to give it another chance, allow them to work out the kinks and see where this goes. No word on season 2 yet but I'm keeping my eyes and ears peeled. Congratulations to Brian on the win and to all the contestant for making the cut! I'm sure quite a few of the contestants will take that 15 minutes of fame and run with it! This type of exposure can lead to great opportunity and I am wishing all the contestants all the best in their careers.

Watch Episode 8 the Finale

What did you think of Project Accessory? What would you change about the show? Who was your favorite to win it all? Would you tune in for season 2?

Friday, December 23, 2011

BREAKING NEWS: Fezelry Jewelry Giveaway!

Fezelry Jewelry and A*Cute Consulting join forces to keep you looking glam!

BREAKING NEWS: Fezelry Jewelry Giveaway!
by Jackie

"NBC Washington weekend anchor Angie Goff introduced me to the beautiful, one-of-a-kind designs of Fezelry Jewelry via Twitter. Angie’s statement necklace caught my eye during a Saturday morning broadcast, and the rest is Twitter history."    Read the entire post: lookacute.com

Sunday, December 18, 2011

Fezelry in the Press: Worn by Presenza Founder Jill Homiak

Check out the Fezelry Jewelry Party Jewels Necklace worn by Presenza Founder Jill Homiak featured in The Lingerie Journal.

Read the article and check out the jewels!

Presenza Offers the Stylish Alternative to the Button Down Uniform

Fezelry Jewelry Designs Party Jewels Necklace in Crystal Clear worn by Prensenza Founder Jill Homiak    

Monday, November 7, 2011

Holy Shoe Challenge - Project Accessory Episode 2.

Holy shoe challenge Project Accessory!

Really, in the second episode you throw shoe making out there? That’s crazy; I would have died for sure! Considering a number of contestants never even made a shoe I was impressed with their ability to simply dig in and figure it all out. Way to go guys that is what it’s all about after all!

Don't even let me get started on the "magical" shopping trip! LOVE The SWAROVSKI CRYSTALLIZED™ Concept Store! Lawd if someone would let me loose in that store I would clean the entire place out! I really liked what Brian Burkhardt did, those shoes were freggin amazing.... hey Brian I wear a size 8! ;) And the Bag <3 yes please! And I was digging the "not so simple" single earring I'm not so sure what judge Ariel Foxman was talking about. Brian was my favorite this round for sure.

Good Karma is spilling all over James Sommerfeldt for being so willing to share his knowledge with his competitors! Way to go James and congratulations on the win.

I was all over this episode! I cannot wait for the next! If you missed Episode 2 check it out below!

Talk back! Tell me what you think of  Project Accessory episode 2!


Friday, November 4, 2011


Fact: Pancreatic cancer is the fourth leading cause of cancer death in the United States—and has the highest mortality rate of all the major cancers.

Fact: An estimated 76% of patients will die within one year of diagnosis.

Cancer of the pancreas is sometimes called a “silent” disease because symptoms are not usually present in early stages. Many patients have advanced disease by the time it becomes noticeable to the patient and the doctors.

Thanksgiving Day 1996 my mother was diagnosed with Pancreatic Cancer...by the time doctors discovered the cancer it was already metastasized into her liver and other major organs... December 16, 1996 she passed away.

Fact: Pancreatic cancer research is drastically under-funded and as a result, relatively few researchers are investigating the disease as compared with researchers focusing on breast cancer, colon cancer, lung cancer, prostate cancer, etc.

In memory of my mother and all the people that have lost and continue to fight the battle with this cancer, please help us support the Pancreatic Cancer Action Network. Help us raise funds for education and research so another person does not have to sit by and watch a loved one slip away to this disease. 
During the Month of November, a portion of ALL Fezelry Jewelry www.fezelry.com sales will be donated directly to The Pancreatic Action Network.

Of course it is not about jewelry sales but raising awareness and funds, we also encourage you to consider donating directly to The Pancreatic Cancer Action Network: http://pancan.org/section_donate/donate_now.php if you select to make a donation directly to PANCAN e-mail us the confirmation and we will give you 10% off any future Fezerly Jewelry Purchase as a thank you! 

Spread the word and get the facts about Pancreatic Cancer (The Silent Disease) http://www.pancan.org/index.php

Thank you -
My Mother. In December 1996 I lost my mother to this devastating cancer.

Sunday, October 30, 2011

We ♥ Project Accessory!

Did you watch the Project Accessory premier? I was literally glued to the television! What do you think? Do you have a favorite yet? I was digging what Diego Rocha did with the Faux Leather LOVE ♥ If you missed it, the full episode is up.... Check it out below!
Episode 1 (Accessorize This?!)

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Fezelry Jewelry adds the Finishing Touch to a Wedding Day ....

Great testimonial from the Happy Bride that owns this necklace! 
"I am a very happy customer of Fezelry Jewelry Designs. I had Christine design my wedding day jewelry and it turned out just as I had hoped, Beautiful!! She is great to work with and you can tell that she puts her heart and love into all her pieces! I would recommend Christine to anyone looking for a unique, personal approach to your jewelry needs." Thanks again! Amanda

Sunday, October 9, 2011

Runway Moms For a Cause Fashion Show Features Fezelry Jewelry: Fezelry on the Neck

Fezelry Jewelry Designs Featured in "Runway Moms for a Cause" L~Shandi fashion show. Fezelry Jewelry Featured: Crystal and Green Glass Pearl "Party Jewels" Necklace. Fezelry Jewelry: fezelry.com / L~Shandi:lshandi.com Model: Neneh Diallo:

Runway Moms For a Cause Fashion Show Features Fezelry Jewelry ...

Fezelry Jewelry Designs Strutting down the run way in "Runway Moms for a Cause" L~Shandi fashion show. Fezelry Jewelry Featured: Necklaces worn as bracelets, Red Crystal Triple Strand Necklace / Purple and Clear Crystal cluster "party jewels" Necklace. Fezelry Jewelry: www.fezelry.com / L~Shandi: www.lshandi.com
Models: Mia  and Cristhel 

Thursday, October 6, 2011

Runway Moms For a Cause: Fezelry Jewelry Designs Exclusive Jewelry Sponsor/Designer

A wonderful night! We were proud to be a part of this very special event. Christine Haynes, Fezelry Jewelry Designs was the exclusive jewelry designer.  
Lara Akinsany and Maureen Umeh, FOX 5DC Emmy award winning anchor on stage at Runway Moms for a Cause wearing Fezelry Jewelry "Party Jewels" 

Monday, October 3, 2011

Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Fezelry in the Press....

Coming soon!

Look for my work featured in The October/November 2011 issue of Step by Step Wire Jewelry! Its the Special Annual Crystal Issue! On news stands, in book stores and bead shops nationwide!

Look for my project on page 64!  

Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Monday, August 15, 2011

A Jump Ring Emergency ...

This is the first post in what I hope will be a series of video posts answering your jewelry related questions! My in box is loaded with e-mail asking me all sorts of jewelry related questons and I thought it would be fun to post some of my answers via video! So here is my first post! I hope its helpful and I hope you enjoy it! If you have any jewelry related questions you want me to answer e-mail us at jewelry@fezelry.com then check our blog often, I just might pick your question to post here!

Saturday, August 6, 2011

Fezelry Jewelry Designs Featured in The Glynn Jackson Bridal Fashion Show

Fezelry Jewelry Designs show stopping statement jewelry was featured in The Glynn Jackson Bridal Fashion Show during The Virtuous Woman Bridal Gala.

Featured: Bold Fun Jewelry: Vintage Bauble Nacklace and Bracelet in Various Shades of Purple.

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Fezelry in the Press!

So I was flipping through the summer issue of Capitol File Magazine and there's Fezelry Jewelry on page 39! Worn by Tigerlily founder Maimah Karmo!

Check it out:

Maimah Karmo (Circled) pictured wearing the Fezelry Jewelry Multi colored Crystal and Freshwater Pearl Necklace.  Capitol File Magazine Page 39.

Fezelry Crystal and Freshwater Pearl Cluster Necklace worn by Maimah Karmo  seen in Summer 2011 Capitol File Magazine P 39. Purchase this necklace: Visit Fezelry.com A portion of the sales will go directly to The Tigerlilly Foundation.  

Friday, July 1, 2011

Jewelry Business School!

I am thrilled to announce, Jewelry School was such a success the Bead Studio invited me to teach Jewelry Business School!

If you have been thinking about starting your own jewelry business this is the seminar you do not want to miss! I will give you all the knowledge, tips and valuable lessons I have learned along the way to establishing my business.

Topics covered will include:

· The business of starting a business: How to register your business/ licensing, necessary forms. Etc.

· What’s in a name: Picking the right business name the first time

· Getting started: Launching your business, generating sales and new clientele

· Its more than just jewelry: Discovering and creating various streams of revenue through your jewelry business

And more! Space is limited, don’t miss out! Register Online Today! http://www.thebeadstudio.org/

The Beads and Baubles Festival,
2011 Summer Workshop Series

Sponsored By The Bead Studio Inc.

Jewelry Business School: "How to build a successful jewelry business"

Presented by Christine Haynes A.J.P. Owner/Designer Fezelry Jewelry Designs

Learn how to build a successful business as a jewelry artisan. This is an invaluable workshop for those who aspire to move to the next level and develop their professional skills and turn their passion for jewelry design into a successful business!

About the instructor:

Christine Haynes is an Accredited Jewelry Professional and the owner/designer of Fezelry Jewelry Designs. She is a published author whose work has been featured in Step by Step Wire Jewelry Magazine and Beadstyle Magazine; she has also co-authored two books on jewelry design. In addition to designing and selling her original creations, Haynes is Jewelry design instructor; currently teaching at The College of Southern MD and with The Bead Studio Inc. Haynes has been designing her one of a kind sterling silver and gemstone jewelry for over 15 years.
Find out more about Christine Hayes and Fezelry Jewelry Designs at http://www.fezelry.com/

Workshop Pre-registration required...Deadline is July 15th

Register Early, Space Is Limited...

Register Online Today! http://www.thebeadstudio.org/


Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Who was wearing Fezelry on TV?

Who was wearing Fezelry on TV today and tweeted about it? Angie Goff (WUSA Channel 9 news)!

Check it out:

"Wearing my long shimmering necklace by @fezelryjewelry today!" http://t.co/SqubJec

Thanks for the twitter love Angie!

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Sunday, May 22, 2011

Jewelry Class Sponsors List is Growing!

My jewelry classes are going to be amazing! Another sponsor signed on! Rio Grande! Your source for innovative jewelry making supplies, jewelry display and packaging, finished jewelry, great service and technical know-how. I received a wonderful e-mail from Shelly, a Rio Grande Liaisons Sales Rep. Rio Grande will provide gift packs especially for my students! She went on to say how excited she was for me, they wanted to support my endevours and make sure my jewelry classes were off to a terrific start! Amazing support! Thank you Rio Grande!!

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

We have another awesome jewelry class sponsor!

The Soft Flex Company!

What is Soft Flex? They say it best: "Simply the BEST beading wire." Soft Flex Company is the leading innovator in the manufacturing of beading wire...and that is why I am thrilled to announce they have agreed to sponsor all of my upcoming jewelry classes! They will be providing products and awesome discount coupons on future purchases! I use all of the Soft Flex products in my design work I would not think of teaching with anything less! I am thrilled for this collaboration!  Jewelry School is in session!

Monday, May 9, 2011

Friday, May 6, 2011

Lets make More Jewelry People!

Summer Workshop Series

Saturday, June 11 · 12:00pm - 3:00pm
Tenley-Friendship Library
4450 Wisconsin Avenue NW (Large Conference Room - 2nd Floor)
Advanced BeadingCost: $60 (Includes tuition and supplies)

This workshop will provide an overview of advanced beading techniques, creating color patterns, braiding techniques with beaded jewelry, and finishing with wire and bead caps. Students will create a beautiful and bold statement “bib style” necklace similar to the one pictured using multi colored stones, beading wire, and silver. You will be delighted with your finished j...ewelry!

What to bring:
Lots of creativity and energy!

About the Instructor:
Christine Haynes is the owner and designer of Fezelry Jewelry Designs. During the course of her design career, her work has been seen strutting down the runways of Chicago Fashion Week, worn by actors on The Bold and the Beautiful and As the World Turns, and she adorns many local television news personalities in the Washington DC area. She is a published writer, specializing in jewelry design and a frequent contributor to several publications including Step by Step Wire Jewelry and BeadStyle Magazine. Christine has also co-authored two books on jewelry design entitled “Easy Beading Vol. 6” and “Jewelry in a Flash.” Most recently, her work was featured in the Best of Step by Step Wire Jewelry 2010. Christine has been designing jewelry for over 10 years with a specialty in sterling silver and gemstones; she is an Accredited Jewelry Professional holding several certifications from the Gemological Institute of America.

More info: http://www.thebeadstudio.org/default.html

Registration: http://bit.ly/kgL89d 

Every student attending will receive a gift bag filled with gifts and materials to get your beading journey started! Special thanks to Xuron Corp. and The Beadin' Path for sponsoring these classes!


    Tuesday, May 3, 2011

    Lets Make Some Jewelry People!!

    Lets make some jewelry people! The Beads and Baubles Summer Workshop series 1st session is Sat June 4 12:00-3:00 registration is up! My class "Intermediate Beading" you will learn how to make fun wire wrapped rings!

    Intermediate Beading

    Cost: $60 (Includes tuition and supplies)

    This workshop will provide an overview of intermediate beading techniques to create the beautiful, intricate and fun ring designs pictured using an abstract cluster technique. Students will learn wire wrapping and manipulation techniques, ring sizing, and how to work with head pins to create a beautiful jewelry design.

    ...What to bring:

    Lots of creativity and energy!

    About the Instructor:

    Christine Haynes is the owner and designer of Fezelry Jewelry Designs. During the course of her design career, her work has been seen strutting down the runways of Chicago Fashion Week, worn by actors on The Bold and the Beautiful and As the World Turns, and she adorns many local television news personalities in the Washington DC area. She is a published writer, specializing in jewelry design and a frequent contributor to several publications including Step by Step Wire Jewelry and BeadStyle Magazine. Christine has also co-authored two books on jewelry design entitled “Easy Beading Vol. 6” and “Jewelry in a Flash.” Most recently, her work was featured in the Best of Step by Step Wire Jewelry 2010. Christine has been designing jewelry for over 10 years with a specialty in sterling silver and gemstones; she is an Accredited Jewelry Professional holding several certifications from the Gemological Institute of America.

    More info: http://www.thebeadstudio.org/default.html

    Registration: http://bit.ly/kgL89d

    And thanks to my sponsors The Beadin' Path and Xuron Corp. I'll have awesome treats for all of my students! Space is limited to 10 Students!


    Monday, May 2, 2011

    Jewelry Class sponsored by...

    I have an awesome announcement! You must not miss my upcoming jewelry classes because we have joined forces with some awesome sponsors!

    The Beadin' Path http://www.beadinpath.com/  is going to provide some very awesome treats! I can't tell you what they are...your going to have to sign up for class! :D The Beadin' Path:  are dealers, collectors and overall hoarders of anything vintage in beads, beaded embellishments, vintage lovelies and vintage baubly doo-has. Search our offerings at BeadinPath.com of vintage lucite beads, vintage Swarovski, old European glass, vintage US-made metals, cabochons, settings, findings, vintage chains & more. They also have an extensive offering of contemporary beads and findings.
    A million thanks to Heather at The Beading Path for being kind and generous! Make sure you go on over and "like" the heck out of their Facebook page!

     Xuron Corp.. Xuron Corp. is the official tool kit sponsor for our jewelry design classes!! Xuron Corporation is one of the world's leading manufacturers of ergonomic electronics-grade hand tools, they have an extensive selection of jewelry making tools....I have used Xuron tools in my design work for years, I look forward to teaching the art of jewelry design using and demonstrating my favorite Xuron tools. I am so grateful to Abbey at Xuron Corp for providing us with the amazing opportunity! Xuron tools can be found in bead stores throughout the country ask your local bead shop if they carry Xuron tools. Xuron is on Facebook too so make sure you "Like" em! A lot!

    Tuesday, April 26, 2011

    The Beads and Baubles 2011 Summer Workshop Series

    The Beads and Baubles 2011 Summer Workshop Series is coming in June! And guess who is going to be teaching?! Regerstration will be up soon! In the meantime, check out the awesome line up! :O) http://thebeadstudio.vpweb.com/

    Monday, April 18, 2011

    3rd Annual Newsbabes Bash for Breast Cancer!

    Get your pink ready because its Back! May 17th at The Fairmont in Washington DC! The Newsbabes Bash for Breast Cancer 2011! And Fezelry Jewelry Designs is the exclusive jewelry sponsor! We love our newsbabes, we love this event, we love the cause and we are happy to be involved again this year! Get your tickets today they are on sale now and very limited! http://newsbabesbash.eventbrite.com/

    Friday, April 15, 2011

    Jewelry School is in Session!

    I recently submitted a proposal to teach Jewelry Design at a local college and I am thrilled to announce the proposal has been accepted! I will be teaching Jewelry Design at The College of Southern Maryland in the Fall! No worries, I will continue to design & sell my creations on line and to private my private clients. This is just the next logical step in my career, I am thrilled for the opportunity!  I can't wait to get started, if you are in the area and you want to learn Jewelry Design I would love to see you in one of my classes! I will post the course schedule as soon as it is on line.

    Monday, April 11, 2011

    Finding Your Passion 24hrMom talks with Christine Haynes of Fezelry Jewlery designs

    I was invited to be a guest on The 24hrmom Online Radio Show with host Luva Alverez, on the show we discussed finding your passion.  For several years, I have been cultivating my passion into a business while also balancing being a wife and mother working several "day jobs" and at one time being a full time student.  During the interview I share how my passion found me, and how a sponsorship from a very dear friend jump started it all.  I share my story, of how I started selling my handmade jewelry creations out of a messenger bag and how small steps took my jewelry from the messenger bag to magazines, and celebrities. I offer real advice for others looking to take that step and start a business. Special thank you to 24hr Mom and show host Luva Alverez for having me on the show it was a pleasure!
    Listen to internet radio with 24hrmom on Blog Talk Radio

    Sunday, March 6, 2011

    Gemstone Inclusions= Beauty&Value:

    Did you know? Gemstone Inclusions= Beauty&Value: 
    Although some may think inclusions are imperfections that detract from a gems beauty some gems are more beautiful and valuable because of the inclusions they contain. Two examples are Amber and Demantoid Garnet, natural amber will almost always have some type of inclusion trapped within, every now and then you may even find a bug trapped inside! Another beautiful example is a Demantoid Garnet, Demantoid’s contain what are referred to as horsetail inclusions these look like radiating needles within the stone this is a telltale signature of this rare stone.
                 Amber                         Demantoid Garnet
     Next time you look at a gemstone appreciate the beauty the inclusions and imperfections can bring give them some love <3.

    Christine Haynes will be a guest on the 24hrmom Show !

    Mark your calendars Thursday April 7th 2011@ 1pm EST! Christine Haynes will be a guest on the 24hrmom Online Radio Show ! More details coming soon!

    Friday, March 4, 2011

    Did you Know?

    Did you know? I am sure you know that gemstones come in every color you can possibly imagine, but did you know that one gem variety can have many different hues? Hue, is another term for color variery. An example of a gem with a variety of different hues is the Sapphire, most people think of sapphire they think blue however, there is also pink sapphire, yellow sapphire, white, even orange! We refer to these as "fancy."

    Thursday, March 3, 2011

    I'm a Rock Star!

    Check out Today's Rock Star Article Round up of articles featured on D. Allison Lee Professional Organizers Blog Organize to Reviltalize featuring Rock Stars - Cindy Mann, Shashi Bellamkonda, & Christine Haynes... that's me! =) 

    OTR Rock Star Article Round Up [Work-Life Balance Edition]

    Monday, February 28, 2011

    Oscar Jewelry 2011

    Fezelry Jewelry Designs top Oscar Jewelry 2011 Pick is...Gwyneth Paltrow in Louis Vuitton’s jewelry collection, L’Ame du Voyage! Check out the multi color gemstone and diamond earrings, they are just Glam! We love them! We want them! She was also rocking an ahhmazing ring and a beautiful brooch (pinned to her waist) from the same collection. 
     Who wore your favorite jewelry at the awards?

    Sunday, February 27, 2011

    4 C's of Colored Gemstones?

    The question I get most often: "There are 4c's of diamond buying, are there 4c's of colored gemstones too?" Yes there is! Colored gemstones just like diamonds are graded and selected based on cut, color, clarity, and carat weight.
    I am going to give a brief explanation of each as it relates to colored gemstones.  


    Color is the one of the most important value-setting factors for colored gemstones. All gemstones have what is referred to as a preferred color range. The more the color varies from this range ie: lighter or darker, more vivid or less—the less valuable the stone. Color is composed of three dimensions: hue, tone, and saturation.

    Hue refers to the impression of color usually noticed immediately, such as red, yellow or blue.

    Tone refers to the degree of lightness or darkness of an object.
    Saturation defines the degree of purity of a hue.


    Cut refers to the shape of a stone, its facets, and the precision of the stone's proportions and finishing.
    The beauty of a gem is revealed in the cut. Gemstones are most often cut into shapes such as oval, emerald, pear, and round however, they can be carved into almost any design imaginable. Proportions involve the designs balance. Finish refers to the detail and workmanship. You are looking for a stone with a well-proportioned cut and smooth finish. A better cut stone will always be more valuable.

    Carat Weight 

    (I had to refer back to the GIA on carat weight I still have a hard time remembering these rules, this data is directly from the GIA website)

    The size of a gemstone is measured, not by its dimensions, but by weight. One carat, the traditional unit of measurement for gemstones, is equal to approximately 0.2 grams. You may also hear the weight of a gemstone referred to in points. A point is equal to 1/100 of a carat; therefore a 75-point gemstone equals 0.75 carat. Two different gemstones may have the same dimensions but different weights. This is due to the specific gravity or density of the gem mineral. This difference can help gemologists identify a gemstone.
    Up to a certain point, the larger a stone is, the more rare it is and the higher the price it will command. For stones that commonly occur in larger sizes, the value may decrease if the gem reaches a size that makes it impractical for jewelry use.
    Source: Gemological Institute of America


    Clarity refers to a gemstone’s relative freedom from clarity characteristics. Clarity characteristics include inclusions within the gem, or blemishes found on the surface. The fewer clarity characteristics, the more rare the gemstone. Each variety of gemstone has its own clarity standards. For example, Amber almost always contains clarity characteristics as does Emerald. With the exception of gemstones that traditionally contain clarity characteristics you want a stone that is "eye clean" of inclusions and blemishes this means they can not be easily detected by the naked eye.

    There are actually several different clarity types I will discuss theses in a later post. 

    Wednesday, February 9, 2011

    Rocking Bedrock! (Fezelry on TV!)

    Check out who is rocking another Fezelry original!

    Shawn Yancy, WTTG Fox 5 News was wearing the Amethyst and Pearl Bedrock Necklace on the air!

    Shawn Yancy, WTTG Fox 5 News Anchor
    Shawn is showing off her Amethyst and Pearl Necklace straight from the Bedrock Collection by Fezelry Jewelry Designs.
    Thanks for posting this really cute pic Shawn! :D

    Amethyst and Pearl Necklace from FJD Bedrock Collection

    Sunday, January 16, 2011

    Wednesday, January 5, 2011

    Best of Step by Step Wire Jewelry, 2010 - Featuring the work of Christine Haynes

    Guess who is featured in the Best of Step by Step Wire Jewelry 2010?! Christine Haynes is published along side some of the top wire jewelry artists around! This special issues features over 100 pages of the best wire jewelry projects featured in issues past and present. Pick up a copy while its still available! 


    Best of Step by Step Wire Jewelry, 2010