Finding and expressing your unique identity isn’t always easy. This guest blog from Michael David Sturlin discusses the design process and how you can discover and express your unique creative identity through design.
Don’t get stuck with a too-short necklace! Whether it’s by a customer’s need or desire, longer necklaces are a must to carry. Necklace extenders can help take any pre-made design and add length. Learn about some of the most popular types of extenders Halstead carries.
Check out this guest article from Michael David Sturlin inspired by his experience as a Halstead Grant guest juror this year. Learn new ways to think about pricing your work strategically instead of just blindly applying a formula that may undermine the finances of your business.
Turn your love of jewelry making into a business! Tracy Matthews from Flourish & Thrive Academy and Thrive by Design provides a thorough checklist on how to make a successful jump from jewelry making as a hobby to jewelry making as a business.
Sizing a ring up, in my opinion, is much easier than sizing a ring down. You have ring stretchers that allow you to get the job done quickly, but there are not that many tools available when reducing the size of a ring.
Having the skills to size rings can be very handy for your jewelry studio business, especially if you don’t have the right size for a customer in stock. Learn sizing to capture more sales and offer superior service to your clients.