|LINKS AND BANNERS:
by Sandra Brand
Beaded jewelry for women, men and girls. Custom bridal
name bracelets, birthstone jewelry and more.
hand-crafted jewelry and charms.
by Judith Nelson
bracelets, anklets, earrings, lanyards, eyeglass chains,
bookmarks and more. Judith is very creative.
by Bonnie Alvarez
bracelets and other jewelry items with a mother/child theme.
Also: custom birth announcements, handcrafted cards, baby slings,
baby furniture, and a web-design service.
By Rena Klingenberg
This fabulous site has a plethora of articles on how to make your hand-
crafted jewelry business work. It is absolutely a must read!
by Erin Weik
This retailer fills in some of the gaps on my own site. Erin has
cat's eye beads,
Swarovski crystal and pearls, pewter beads, sterling silver findings and
beading supplies, and finished jewelry, in addition to a wide range of
and metaphysical items. The site is gorgeous, with a Celtic theme.
|Highly recommended Product:
by Jeff Moffett
If you use the Windows calculator and find it frustrating because of its
characters, limited features, and lack of customizability, I strongly
Moffsoft's Calculator 2. Calculator 2 has a fully customizable
a "tape" which shows you all of your calculations. If you are a
retailer like me,
you will be delighted by its ability to calculate taxes. Its
(inches to millimeters, quarts to liters, exchange rates, etc.) are
useful. This is one of the most useful programs I have ever used.
by Leigh and Stephen Ross
Clay Central is the web's best resource site for jewelry designers who
polymer clay beads. The site includes message boards, instructional
an encyclopedia, interviews with artists, contests, auctions, and more.
by Ron Stanford
Pebbles offers a variety of stone beads, cabochons, gemstones
and rough rocks for all types of lapidary uses. This is the only
know who carries semiprecious stones and beads made in the U.S.
(Note: Ron Stanford died a couple years ago, and it appears
that Precious Pebbles now sells stone gifts, but no beads.)
customer (I believe this designer is deceased,
but I leave her banner up because I liked and admired her)
by Deborah H. Crumbaker-Oldham
hand-crafted jewelry (including necklaces, bracelets, earrings and hair
beaded book covers, original artwork (including drawings and paintings in
acrylic), hand-painted tiles, hand-made greeting cards. This lady
awards for her jewelry than I have hairs on my head!