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Mojo Challenge Week 3: Back to School

Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Welcome to week 3 of the Jewelry Making Mojo Challenge. It's been so much fun to see all those bead soup and challenge projects.  

Your Assignment:
It's time to go back to school! Learning something new is a super way to get your jewelry making mojo kicked into high gear. 

Find a project in a book, magazine or online (tutorials and videos are perfect for this challenge) and create a piece of jewelry inspired by the project.

If you blog about your assignment, be sure to share the link to the tutorial or book.

(I can't talk about books without showing mine!!!!)

Back to School Tips:
Pick a project that you already have the materials on hand or can easily get them, since this is a weekly challenge! Substitute beads that you already have on hand rather than going on a shopping expedition.  

Don't spend too much time searching for the project. I'm sure you already have one you've pinned or bookmarked that you have been wanting to try but haven't had the time. 

Schedule your "class" on your calendar this week so that you actually make the time to do this challenge.

The Library:
Humblebeads Projects (40 free projects)
Bead Cruise Program - this is my annual mini-magazine I create for the Bead Cruise.
Art Bead Scene Free Projects
Vintaj Projects
B'Sue Boutique Videos
Beading Daily Projects
Fusion Bead Projects 
Lima Beads Projects 
Nunn Designs 
Beaducation
Ornamentea

Share your progress!
If you write a blog post about your Week 3 Challenge share the link by clicking on the blue button below.  If you don't have a blog leave a comment here to let me know you participated in the Facebook group this week.

What is the Jewelry Mojo Challenge? Click here to read all about it.  Can you still join? Yes! You can follow along and do all 12 weeks or pick and choose the ones you find inspiring.  

Comments

thanks!

Hey! someone who bought my bangle tute mentioned she'd seen it here- so thanks for that! the image of all your components in jewel tones with guilded accents has me DROOLING my butt off. so glorious!!

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I buy my jewelry equipment and supplies from michael's or joann fabrics. In case you pass into their bead phase, you can normally discover starter kits and mini assignment booklets to give you a bit steerage by UK Writing service writer. I by no means observe this advice, but i'd advocate choosing a selected undertaking, buying the tools and resources for it, trying it out, and then going from there. Because beading/earrings making is so considerable, (cord wrapping, beading, chainmail, and so forth) getting in and choosing out a ton of stuff can lead to spending an excessive amount of cash, and finishing up with only half the components for say, 2-three projects. As a minimum that's the hassle i had while beginning out!

Creativity is one of the

Creativity is one of the skills that you need to make beautiful beads. If you have that kind of skills then you don't have any problems in creating one.

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