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Lea Kimmel – KLIK It, KLIK it Good! Pam Hornschu – Jewelry In A Snap Pam Hornschu – Klik Klik Klik – BOOOOO! Mona Lisa In Clay with Stampendous and Klik by Carmi Cimicata Amy Hurley-Purdie – Klik Blog Hop Bracelet Silhouette … Continue reading
Create Klik© Repeat Sunday January 11, 2015 Difficulty: Beginner Class With Carmi Cimicata Your personal touch is “just a Klik© away” with the Metal Complex’s new product range cleverly titled “Klik©.” Sensational new looks can be created and then modified … Continue reading
With so many Miyuki beads to choose from it is easy to colour match virtually any project. These necklaces begin with vintage linens. So many old linens have hand embroidery that is exceptional. Saving the hand sewn portions of a piece of … Continue reading
My “Vintage Imagery Statement Necklace” with Metal Complex DIY klik© Interchangeable Jewelry Components is on the cover of this month’s Perles et Cetera Magazine. This gorgeous magazine is published in French, so here is an English translation. The DIY … Continue reading
This is another grouping of artist submissions to our Metal Complex KLIK collaboration. These artist KLIK bezel snaps are just amazing. These are the KLIK components I used to make these finished KLIK projects instantly wearable. I even made a … Continue reading
Reposted from Resin Crafts Blog Artist: Kat Hultgren Kat titled her KLIK submission “dark side of the moon.” I wanted you to see all the beads she embellished the moon surface with first. It already looks spectacular. However, when I … Continue reading
Reposted from Resin Crafts Blog Here is how I assembled the collection of week three resin filled KLIK bezels. If I sold my jewelry it would be so much fun to mix and match unique resin art. Since the KLIK … Continue reading