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  • Hello everyone on craftsforum!!

    Introducing myself...i'm glad to be here and looking forward to starting posting. I make jewellery but i'm interested in all crafts, and am excited to discover some good projects
    Any advice, jewellery making related or about using the forum is welcome
    New & Redesigned Vintage Jewellery by Jewellery Joanna
    To find everything in my jewellery world visit my Facebook page: Jewellery Joanna

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    Hello and a big welcome from me
    Blog: http://lovinglyhandcrafted.blogspot.co.uk/
    website: http://lovinglyhandcrafted.weebly.com/
    Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Ally-S...09704535743430

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    • #3
      Hi

      welcome along, I hope you enjoy posting and sharing hints and tips x

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      • #4
        Hey ♥

        I have literally just joined this forum myself and am yet to post my introduction.
        I wanted to say hey though because I make jewellery (my baby boy helps me too) and am hoping to become a WAHM (Work At Home Mummy).

        I will keep an eye out for any threads you create hun ♥
        What kind of jewellery have you made so far?
        Love Nicky (and Zach)

        Enshrined Jewellery
        ... By Nicky

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        • #5
          Hello Joanna
          Welcome to the forum - it's a friendly place. If you're not sure about anything with regard to postings, the moderators have put some useful advice at the top of each section in the form of a 'sticky'.
          Annie and Lyn
          www.rosiepink.typepad.co.uk

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          • #6
            Hello &
            Ali x

            Etsy Shop: aliscraftstudio.etsy.com
            Facebook: AlisCraftStudio
            Follow me on Twitter:
            @AlisCraftStudio

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            • #7
              Thank you for all the welcome messages!

              Hi Nicky,

              ooo I'd love to get to the work at home stage too I mainly do beading, charm bracelets are my facourite thing to make, but also some basic chain work. I've been making themed jewellery recently, but I'd love to learn some more advanced skills but don't really know what's the next best step....any advice from anyone would be much appreciated!

              What about you? What sort have you been making?
              New & Redesigned Vintage Jewellery by Jewellery Joanna
              To find everything in my jewellery world visit my Facebook page: Jewellery Joanna

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              • #8
                A lot of my creations are various types of beads threaded on to elastic, although I have started to use ribbon as a thread - and then using crimp beads to hold the beads in place and having the ribbon as the fastening also : )

                I can add pendants and things to chain and can make very simple earrings ♥

                Are you working on any jewellery over the weekend? I am hoping to, though like to have family time too ♥
                Love Nicky (and Zach)

                Enshrined Jewellery
                ... By Nicky

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                • #9
                  Welcome to the blog
                  http://jewellerybebe.blogspot.com/
                  http://www.bebebubu.co.uk
                  http://www.facebook.com/Jewellerybebeblog

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                  • #10
                    Hi Joanna - a huge welcome to the forum. Hope you have lots of fun on here and I'm sure you'll pick up loads if useful info too
                    Luby

                    Beadelicious
                    Be Bold - Be Beautiful - Beadelicious
                    Give us a shout - [email protected]

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                    • #11
                      Welcome to the forum
                      View my flickr

                      'I am sure it must hurt your eyes to work filigree by candlelight.' - Jane Austen

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