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Even if You are All Thumbs, You CAN learn to Make Jewelry, I Guarantee It!


"I've tried books and pictures but your
Video Home-Study Course is the way to go."

Dear Eri,

I indeed found your course VERY helpful. Your demonstrations of the techniques are very clear and easy to follow.

I've tried books and pictures but your Video Home-Study Course is the way to go. It is so much easier to follow when I see the techniques actually done along with the explanation.

Also, your presentation is not rushed so that the viewer can easily see exactly what to do. Thank you so much for making it easy.

Arlene
Savannah, Georgia


 
Dear Aspiring Jewelry Maker,
If you want to learn how to make jewelry and you're clueless about how to begin, or you've tried the frustrating experience of trying to learn jewelry making from books and you've just about given up, I have an answer for you.

I've proven to hundreds of people over the years that they can easily learn jewelry making, even if they think they are "all thumbs."


You see, when you first learn how to make jewelry, you basically have three options:

OPTION 1: You can learn from studying books or following instructions on printed patterns.

OPTION 2: You can take a face-to-face jewelry making class taught by an instructor.

OPTION 3: You can learn on your own at home by watching a video of a class that shows an instructor teaching how to make a jewelry piece.

From my experience working with students face-to-face, and using video instruction, I believe that OPTION 3, watching videos, is by far the best.

Here's why.

When I started teaching others how to make jewelry I taught face-to-face classes. I learned that my students could quickly grasp the basics of how to make jewelry while they were in class watching and following what I was doing.

But as is the case with all newly learned skills, the problems started once my students went home and tried to make the jewelry piece again.

Many students could not re-create what they had just learned in class!

That's when I realized that there are some downsides to taking a face-to-face class.

The major drawback is that you once you leave the class, you will quickly start to forget some of the things you just learned.

This is not only frustrating, but even worse you will have to spend money again to take another class just to remember what you already learned.

After seeing many of my students deal with this problem, I decided to produce step-by-step videos of me making each jewelry piece I taught in class.

Each video showed, with very clear close-ups action shots, exactly how to make the jewelry.

It was a simple three-step formula: Watch Me Make the Jewelry, Copy What I Do, and Repeat on Your Own.





"The close-up video work gives a visual that is a great asset..."

Hi Eri,

I just wanted to let you know how much I enjoyed your Video Home-Study Course. I found your instructional videos to be technically detailed and easy to follow.

Your slow and precise speaking style makes it easy to follow and understand every detail. The close-up video work gives a visual that is a great asset to the verbal text.

The jewelry designs that you've chosen to present in this video are very nice, and something that most people would be interested in learning.

There are several instructors on the net that are well known in the beading world but I would rather listen to you than anybody else out there. You are a great instructor.

Thanks again for your help and inspiration,

Linda
Tennessee


When I saw what a positive difference these videos made for my students I knew I was on to something.

I continued to make videos and over time, I have received feedback from students telling my why they preferred my video classes over other methods of instruction.

Here's a summary of the key points I hear most often:
It's easier to learn using videos than trying to understand written patterns/directions.

Many people, myself included, have a lot of trouble understanding beading patterns on paper. Patterns require your brain to translate 2 dimensions into our real 3-dimensional world. Some can do that easily, but many can't, and they become frustrated and give up.

You can learn at your own pace.

In a face-to-face class the pace of instruction will sometimes seem to slow for you, and sometimes too fast. With video instruction you can learn at the pace that suits you.

Convenience.

With a video class you can watch anytime anywhere. If you forget how to make the jewelry piece, you just go back to your video and relearn what you have forgotten.

Excellent value. You can save A LOT of money versus taking face-to-face classes.

One of the major negatives of taking a face-to-face class is that you have to pay quite a bit of money since you are paying for the instructor's time and rental cost of the class room EACH time you take a class. On the other hand, video classes are recorded once so they are much more cost effective than face-to-face classes.

You can get jewelry making instruction that may not be available near where you live.

Although bead jewelry making has become very popular and many stores offer face-to-face classes, there are still millions of people who do not live close to such a store. Watching classes on video are perfect for these folks.

You can access the video over and over again anytime you like.

With a face-to-face class you only get to watch it once, but with videos you get to access the same class as many times as you like. You can replay it, stop it, rewind it, fast forward it.

As you can see, there are many advantages for you when you learn by using video instruction.

And unlike investing in a face-to-face jewelry making class that you get to watch only ONCE, you can play back video classes over and over again whenever and wherever you like.

The investment comparison isn't even close.


Now I have collected the seven video classes that I use to teach beginners how to master the basics of bead jewelry making, and put them into a comprehensive Jewelry Making Home-Study Course.






"Watching you actually make the jewelry is far better than any book."

Dear Eri,

I found your Video Home-Study Course extremely interesting and I picked
up a lot of tips from you.

Watching you actually making the jewelry is far better than any book. I will be on your website daily as I find that very interesting too.

I was looking out for jewelry making classes in my local area but since I found your website I don't feel the need to.

I can learn from you in the comfort of my own room with out travelling.

Thank you Eri.


Ann-marie Ferguson
North Yorkshire, England

 

Introducing my Video Home-Study Course for Beginners

"Bead Jewelry Making
for the Clueless Jewelry Artist WannaBe"

 




 


Sorry about using the word "clueless" but that's exactly how I felt many years back when I first became interested in jewelry making.

I didn't know where to start, so I learned by trial and error doing everything on my own. Now that I teach others how to make jewelry I know that there's a much easier way.

How easy?

Do you remember "paint by numbers" where you can paint beautiful pictures just by painting each number a certain color? You do the work, but each step in the process has been made as easy as possible for you.

I developed a similar method for learning the basics of bead jewelry making. I call it the EASY Jewelry Making System and I believe my system is the "paint by numbers" of learning the basics of how to make beaded jewelry.

My system uses videos of jewelry making classes that show a level of do-this-then-do-that detail that is unlike anything you've ever seen.

I go very slowly and often use very close-up angles to make sure you can see exactly what I am doing.

Because of this my students report that they experience faster and better results than they have with any other training methods, including taking live classes.

The Video Home-Study Course I created for beginners utilizes this system. The course combines Seven separate video classes of me teaching the basics of Bead Stringing and Bead Weaving.

These seven classes will give you the foundation you need to start making beautiful beaded jewelry.

With this Video Home-Study Course you can study and practice in your own home, in an environment where you can be comfortable and work at your own pace.

And you can save a lot of time and money compared to taking jewelry making classes at craft stores, as well as avoid the frustration of trying to learn how to make jewelry from books.

Each video shows, with very clear close-ups action shots, exactly how to make the jewelry. It is a simple three-step formula: Watch Me Make the Jewelry, Copy What I Do, and Repeat on Your Own.



"I also love that I can "rewind" and see the specific steps again and again."


Eri,


I truly enjoyed your course. You have done a wonderful job of fully explaining each step of the process.

I have tried some books, but the steps can be confusing. Being able to actually see someone doing each step is wonderful.

I also love that I can "rewind" to see specifics again and again. I recommend this Video Home-Study Course to anyone who is interested in beginning to bead.

Sky L Holzhauer
Spring Hill, Florida

 

Details of what You will Learn in each Class


Each of the seven classes in the Video Home-Study Course is packed with information that will help you quickly learn the basics of bead jewelry making.

I want to make sure that you understand how comprehensive this course is so here is a bullet point list of the things you will learn in each class.


Class #1 ~ Tools and Techniques

Introduction of the Essential jewelry making tools
Key basic jewelry making techniques
Types and sizes of Swarovski crystal beads
Types and sizes of Czech fire polished beads
Explanation of how crystal beads are made
Special types of coatings used on crystal beads
Types and sizes of seed beads
Differences between Japanese seed beads and Czech seed beads
Information about nylon string for bead weaving
Technique for straightening out coiled nylon string
Selecting correct Nylon Coated Stainless Steel Wire for Bead Stringing
Description and use of Flush Cutter Tool
Description and use of Round Nose Pliers Tool
How to Find a good pair of Round Nose Pliers
Description and use of Round Nose Pliers Tool
Importance of Using a Beads Mat
Description and use of Bead Trays
Description and use of a Design Board
Using GS Hypo Cement to Strengthen your Jewelry
Using a Beads Case to keep your beads organized


Class #2 ~ Stringing a Bead Necklace

Explanation and use of Spring Ring Clasp
Explanation and use of Extender to make necklace longer
Explanation and use of Clam Shell parts
How to use Crimp Beads
Explanation and use of Jump Rings to connect different parts
Most Common technique for Starting a Necklace
Improved, more professional technique for Starting a Necklace
Demonstration of stringing a flower bead necklace using Swarovski
Explanation of how to hide excess wire inside beads
Demonstration of bead color coordination for nicer looking center
Demonstration of how to correctly open and close jump rings
Tip for crimping a crimp bead inside clam shell to make the necklace look
Demonstration of how to correctly use Clam Shell parts
How to use an Extender to increase length of necklace


Class #3 ~ Stringing a Bead Bracelet

Advantages of using a Toggle Clasp when making a bracelet.
Explanation of how to string without wasting valuable wire.
Demonstration of stringing a flower bead bracelet using Swarovski crystal beads
Technique for adjusting the length of the bracelet
How to place a Clam Shell part on the wire
Demonstration of how to start the bracelet with a crimp bead in the Clam Shell
How to hide the excess wire inside the largest bead
Explanation of technique to leave the right amount of space between beads for a more attractive appearance
Using Hypo Cement to strengthen Clam Shell parts
Demonstration of using Chain Nose Pliers and Round Nose Pliers to open Jump Rings



Class #4 ~ Pinwork with Birthstone Earrings

Demonstration of how to make a pair of Birthstone Color earrings
Description of Rondell parts
Demonstration of basic pinwork techniques
Description of Head Pin part
Demonstration of how to properly bend Head Pin to a 90 degree angle
Explanation of how to properly cut Head Pin after bending
Demonstration of how to properly make a loop using Round Nose Pliers
Tip for making sure that you create properly shaped loops consistently
Demonstration of how to use Chain Nose Pliers to open loop on French Wire



Class #5 ~ Basic Bead Weaving

Demonstration of the fundamental basic bead weaving technique
Tip for how to make both sides of nylon string equal before you start weaving
Demonstration of the basic criss-cross bead weaving technique
Demonstration of how to pull 4 weaved beads into a basic square shape
Tip for how to keep beads in the middle of the string when you weave
Demonstration of how to pull 4 square shapes into a bead ball shape
Demonstration of how to make the bead ball have a more solid feel
Tip for making sure that you don't miss an important step when weaving together one side of the bead ball
Demonstration of technique to finish the bead ball weave
How to tie a simple square knot to start finishing the bead ball
Demonstration of how to make the finishing knot more secure
Tip of how to hide the finishing knot for a more professional look
Tip for making the bead ball even more solid
Demonstration of how to properly use your Flush Cutter tool to cut Nylon String


Class #6 ~ Bead Ball Earrings

Demonstration of how to make a pair of earrings using a bead ball
Explanation of how using different size beads impacts appearance of final design
Tip for practicing pinwork techniques without using expensive sterling silver pins
Description of Head Pin parts
Description of Eye Pin parts
Demonstration of how to correctly bend the Eye Pin to a 90 degree angle
Demonstration of how to use your Flush Cutter to cut of excess pin
Demonstration of how to use Round Nose Pliers to make a loop
Tips for making sure that you consistently create correctly formed loops
Explanation of importance of making eyes of loops face in same direction
Demonstration of how to make the bottom part of earring using a bead ball
Demonstration of how to correctly bend the Head Pin to a 90 degree angle
Explanation of how to correctly connect loops of Eye Pin and Head Pin
Demonstration of opening and closing loops with Chain Nose Pliers
Demonstration of how to open and close French wire loop



Class #7 ~ Weaving a Bead Bracelet

Demonstration of how to make a bracelet using a basic weaving technique
Explanation of how to vary design by using different size beads
Explanation of when nylon coated wire is appropriate for bead weaving
Explanation of the type of nylon coated wire to use when bead weaving
Explanation of how much wire to start with when weaving a bracelet
Demonstration of how to properly crimp a crimp bead to start the bracelet
Demonstration of how to start figure 8 pattern weave
Tip for how to pull the wire tight during weaving to get a better end result
Demonstration of how to finish the figure 8 pattern weave
Demonstration of putting on a Clam Shell part to begin finishing the bracelet
Demonstration of how to crimp the crimp bead to create a nice triangle shape
Tip for using GS Hypo cement in the Clam Shell to make the bracelet stronger
Demonstration of how to properly cut the wire inside the Clam Shell
Demonstration of using Chain Nose Pliers to close Clam Shell parts
Demonstration of how to part on the Toggle Clasp part
Demonstration opening and closing Jump Ring using Chain Nose and Round Nose Pliers

 

Try One of the Lessons RIGHT NOW, for FREE.


As you can see, each class packs A LOT of information that is designed to take you from jewelry making "Zero to Hero" as quickly and as easily as possible.

But I want you to feel confident that this Video Home-Study Course will be effective for you.

So I am going to stop telling you about these lessons and let you watch one of them right now.

Please go watch the lesson by clicking on the link below and we'll continue when you return.


[Click Here to Watch Lesson 5 - Basic Bead Weaving](http://www.jewelrymakingprofessor.com/JMP_EC_L5_123080.html)

Welcome back! After watching your complimentary lesson I hope you can see that this is a very effective method for quickly learning how to make jewelry.

Notice how the close-up shots make it very easy to see what to do in each step.

Also notice how the "over the shoulder" method for shooting the video makes it very easy to understand what to do. All you have to do is let your hands do what my hands do.




"I have looked at other courses on the net and yours is one of the best I have seen."

Hello Eri,


I wanted to let you know that I really enjoyed your Video Home-Study Course and have told a friend of mine who is thinking about learning to make jewelry.



Your course helped me in so many ways. I could start working at my own pace and know what kind of tools to buy as well as learning about the kinds of beads there are to choose from, how to use the tools the right way, how to bend the wire, and how to use the beads right.



Also I have looked at other courses on the net and yours is one of the best I have seen.



Thank you for all the help your course gave to me!


Mary Norvell
Porterville, California




Watching Videos is By Far the Best Value for Your Money
The Investment that Keeps on Giving

Another thing I know you will like about this course is not only how effective it is as learning tool, but also how much money it will save you.

Assuming you take a group class at $25/hr it would cost you $175 for seven classes.

The good news is that you can get my Online Video Home-Study Course for only $49.97, a full $125 less than taking face-to-face group classes.

To make sure you understand how valuable this offer is, let me show you a cost comparison between taking jewelry making classes versus learning from my Video Home-Study Course:




Your Cost per Hour

Cost for 7 lessons

Private Lessons

$45

$315

Group Lessons

$25

$175

Online Video Home-Study Course

n/a

$49.97

Your Savings using Online Video Home-Study Course vs. Taking Classes



$125~$265


And this chart actually understates your savings. Why?

Because if you attended face-to-face classes and forgot something, you would have to pay to take the class again.

On the other hand, you will have permanent access to your videos so you can watch them over and over again anytime you want.

All you need is a high speed internet connection (Cable, DSL, Fiber) and you can watch these lessons right on you computer using the internet.


Just download the Online Video Home-Study Course in PDF format, click on the link to the videos, and you and I work together to quickly get you up to speed on the basics of bead jewelry making.

Wouldn't it be nice to use the $125 you saved to buy, for example, extra beads to make A LOT more jewelry pieces?


Extra Bonuses Included in
Your Video Home-Study Course

In addition to your video lessons, I included additional information in the Video Home-Study Course to help make learning bead jewelry making as easy and enjoyable as possible.


BONUS #1: Additional Jewelry Making Tips and Tricks Video

I occasionally create short video tutorials to help my students. I assembled all of them together and you can access each one of them in the same video library that contains your seven lessons.

Here's a list of the tips on video:
How to Use a Bead Spinner with Seed Beads How to Keep Track of Left and Right Strings when Bead Weaving How to Use a Bead Reamer How to Clean Holes of Swarovski Pearls How to Use a Ring Stick to correctly size Beaded Rings How to Make your own chain for Necklaces How to Hide a Crimp Bead for a more Professional Look How to Make Loops with Eye Pins and Head Pins How to Straighten Nylon String Before Bead Weaving Comparison of Swarovski beads and Czech Fire Polished Beads Three Essential Tools Needed for Jewelry Making How to Use Bead Trays How to Use Cement to Strengthen Your Jewelry How to Use a Bead Mat Example of Selling Jewelry at Craft Shows


BONUS #2: Online Jewelry Supply Vendors List

There are many jewelry suppliers on the internet. I have put together a list for you of over 20 online suppliers that I recommend. These are the same suppliers that I use all the time.


BONUS #3: Online Jewelry Making Educational Resources

There are many online resources and communities where jewelry making experts gather to exchange information, ask questions, and answer them.

I put together for you a list of the the top ten.

These are the same communities that I visit regularly to exchange information with fellow jewelry crafters and they will help you tremendously.


One Extra Bonus in Your Video Home-Study Course

Also, I was thinking about keeping this as a surprise for you, but I can't help myself. When you successfully finish your seven lessons, I included a graduation gift for you in the online version of the Video Home-Study Course!

You get free access to one of my jewelry making video classes for advanced students that shows how to create a matching necklace, bracelet, and earring set.

That's a gift worth almost $40!

Again, you get all of this for only $49.97.





"You had so many suggestions and tips to help me turn out a piece of jewelry that looked professionally finished."

Dear Eri,

I really enjoyed your Video Home-Study Course. Everything was very easy to understand. Your instructions were very clear and your tone of voice was very soothing and patient. I felt like I had a very patient friend teaching me how make jewelry. I didn't feel overwhelmed or confused at any time.

I also appreciated your attention to detail. You had so many suggestions and tips to help me (a beginner) turn out a piece of jewelry that looked professionally finished. I really appreciated that because I hope to sell my jewelry one day.

I took a jewelry class at my local craft store before I found your Video Home-Study Course. The class cost 20.00 plus the cost of supplies (another 10.00-15.00 dollars.) I made a three-strand beaded bracelet with charms. Even though it was pretty, I was disappointed with the quality of my bracelet. It did not lay "right" on my wrist, but felt stiff and awkward.

After I got your Video Home-Study Course, I learned an excellent tip from you that helped me fix my bracelet. Now my bracelet is lovely, AND professionally finished. It lays perfectly on my wrist and I am very proud of it.

Thank you for sharing your talent and instruction!

Sincerely,
Susan Hook

 

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I invite you to invest in my Video Home-Study Course. I know you'll find it a great investment that will help you get off on the right foot with your jewelry making journey.




Yours for Beautiful Jewelry Making,

Eri Attebery



P.S. I wish you the best in your new journey. Learning to make jewelry is truly fun and fulfilling. Enjoy it!




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