Jewelry Making for Absolute Beginners

Jewelry Making for Absolute Beginners

by Jessica Rose


Learn to make your own professional quality beaded earrings, bracelets and necklaces with award winning jewelry expert Jessica Rose. Throughout this easy to use online course, Jessica will guide you through the whole process from start to finish of how to make simple but beautiful pieces of jewelry that you can wear with pride.

Whether you are making some pieces for yourself, a friend or to sell through a business, all the techniques covered will give you an excellent grounding for making professional jewelry.

  • 55 minutes
  • 4 lessons
  • Unlimited access
  • Course notes included
  • World renowned tutors

Techniques covered

  • Making simple drop bead earrings
  • Making single strand necklaces
  • Making memory wire and elastic bracelets
  • Using pliers
  • Stringing beads
  • Using crimps and findings

Tools & Materials


  • Pliers: side cutters
  • Pliers: chain nosed pliers
  • Pliers: round nosed pliers
  • Selection of beads
  • Nylon wire
  • Elastic wire
  • Memory Wire
  • Findings: Ear hooks
  • Findings: Headpins
  • Findings: crimps
  • Findings: jumprings
  • Findings: lobster clasp


  • Beading mat


Jessica Rose

Jessica is a London based jewelry designer specialising in beaded fashion jewelry and metal clay.

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