You have a Pinterest account filled with eye-catching DIY jewelry making tutorials, but you’re overwhelmed with design ideas.
Or maybe you’ve watched a few YouTube videos and have a few techniques you can do, but you’re feeling stuck with how to put them together to actually make a necklace or bracelet.
And what if you finally try to make a piece of jewelry and it looks nothing like in the videos you watched?
I believe that anyone can learn how to make your own jewelry, even if you think you don’t have time. You just need to start simple.
Imagine the confidence you’ll feel wearing a beautiful matching pearl earring and necklace set that you made with your own two hands — in under an hour!
Or the the pride when you start the first thirty minutes of the day making special Christmas gifts for your family and friends.
When you become a part of the Linkouture community, you’ll learn jewelry making for beginners so that you can use your small pockets of time to create beautiful handmade jewelry at home.
Here’s what some fans have to say about Linkouture:
Thanks for producing this series…It has helped me immensely as I tend to learn better visually and it has improved my mindset so that I can do this myself.”
“Good basic course for learning how to make specific type of jewelry! Good tutorial!”
Hey there! I’m Bev, a mom of two little girls juggling carpools, playdates, this business, and a personal blog. I’m also a jewelry designer and metalsmith (and until August 2019, sold my handmade jewelry right here on this website!) and educator. I help busy people launch their jewelry hobby in their small pockets of free time.
My passion for teaching, creativity, and being organized helps you to carve out time for learning jewelry making as a way to clam the chaos of everyday life.
As a kid, I would immerse myself in creative, hands-on activities. But as I got older, life got in the way and I put a lot of my creative interests, such as jewelry making, on hold.
However, I still felt the pull. After many trips to the local craft store, where I drooled over the supplies but felt overwhelmed, I settled on a simple kit. I still didn’t quite know what I was doing and it looked like something I would have made when I was 10, but I attempted something I hadn’t done in years, and it felt AMAZING.
Over the years, I’ve come to realize that you don’t need tons of time to do jewelry making at home.
You just need to know a few simple tools, a (small!) stash of supplies, and 15-30 minutes every day to jewelry making at home
How can I help you?
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