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"No matter how frustrated you've been in the past, or how much of a beginner you are, I guarantee you'llmake effortless, frustration-free Wire Work jewelry."
"What Is Wire Work Secrets for Jewelry Makers? "
Wire Work Secrets for Jewelry Makers is a collection of
Step-by-step walthrough of the most commonly used wire techniques
Clearly and simply explained systems for effortlessly perfecting your technique
Money-saving solutions for cutting down on costly wire waste.
Amazingly simple shortcuts to make your creations stronger and more durable.
Expert advice on tool-buying and how to use common household items for even more cost savings.
Not only that, but you get serious troubleshooting help for those problems that will plague any wire-worker, no matter how experienced.
What Wire Work Secrets For Jewelry Makers is Not
It's not a project book, so if you're looking for specific projects, you won't find them here.
Instead, you'll find everything you need to know to to get fantastic results from the most basic of jewelry making techniques. You'll learn to perfect the building blocks of jewelry making so that you can forget about the small things, and let your creativity take over.
"Why the heck would I need a book like this when there is so much already out there?"
With the abundance of books, magazines, websites, classes, and workshops, isn't what you're talking about readily available?
True, there is a lot out there.
But isn't it true that you've been trying to follow the techniques and are STILL having trouble?
How about making those loops the same size?
Or maybe your loops are perfect but your jump rings keep opening up.
Or, maybe your wire designs keep pulling out of shape.
I could go on and on about the different ways that your wire can turn out "not quite right".
There's a reason you can't get it "just right" by following the instructions in those other books and mags.
The books and magazines don't go into the nitty gritty of basic technique. They have some rinky dink illustration at the back of the magazine that's supposed to show you how to make a simple loop.
I guess it's not "sexy" enough to describe exactly how to do these fundamental techniques.
Well you know what? That illustration is not much help unless you already know what you're doing wrong!
People buy the magazines for the pretty pictures of finished projects, not for fundamental techniques. They sell the "sizzle" and not the steak.
I'm not knocking the books and magazines. I love the gorgeous projects and inspiration too. But when you're fresh out of the barn you need a little help.
And sometimes, you might think you're doing it perfectly, but there's always something you don't know. A little tidbit that can cause that "ah-ha" moment.
As one wise customer told me, "You never know everything. Even though I've been making and selling jewelry for years, I read everything I can get my hands on. If I learn one new thing I didn't know before, a book's worth every single penny to me!"
Your Time is the Only Resource You Can't Replenish
And as for getting this information without paying a penny, sure, I guess you could try to find it for free.
You could get every book from the library and spend hours scouring the net for tidbits that may or may not be available.
But why waste hours and hours of your time trying to find something that may or may not exist when you can get everything in one spot, from someone who's already done the experimenting, the reading, and the "grunt work"?
Isn't your time worth more than anything?
Complex and confusing wire problems magically become super simple - even if you've had a ton of trouble understanding other people.
You learn the lessons that are skipped over in other books and magazines and videos. You learn the fundamentals so well that you don't have to think about them anymore.
And because you don't need to worry about "how" to do what you do, you magically unleash your creativity.
After Wire Work Secrets, you just "enjoy the ride".
Customer Feedback: Sarah Jane Shoreham
"I work in wire all the time but I learned some really excellent tips I've never heard before."
"Christine- Thanks for taking the time out of your busy mom day to share your jewelry making expertise. I work in wire all the time but I learned some really excellent tips I've never heard before.
And breaking the neck - that entirely solved my loop problem- I was always having to adjust loops after the fact, but your simple trick makes me just want to smack myself in the forehead.
It was so simple, but nobody (and I have about 200 books and magazines) has never shown me that one trick that makes all the difference."
Sarah Jane Shoreham,
Customer Feedback - Alesha Conklin
"Just this past week, I started working on making the links that you showed us. I used the 18 gauge copper wire in approximately 7/8 inch pieces. It turned out beautifully."
"Just this past week, I started working on making the links that you showed us. I used the 18 gauge copper wire in approximately 7/8 inch pieces.
It turned out beautifully. I added moukaite (which is a new gem to me, but it is very pretty) and some glass beads and I wore it yesterday to church. I thought you'd like to see it. Thanks again!"
Haines City, Florida
Wire Work Secrets : What You'll Receive
Here's what you get in this information rich e-book:
The Wire Work Secrets E-book
(32 pages jam-packed with closeup photos)
Table of Contents
Section #1 contains illustrations
of all the techniques.
The Right Way to Open a Loop or Jump Ring: The Push-Pull Technique
Closing Jump Rings
Conditioning Jump Rings
The Wiggle Technique For Jump Rings
Technique: How to make a Simple loop
Technique: How to Make a Wrapped Loop
Technique: The Perfect Coil
Handcutting method of Making Jump Rings
Advanced Jump Ring Cutting Techniques
Sawcutting Method #1:
Sawcutting Method #2:
Section #2 Is filled with tips,
tricks and techniques to take your jewelry making to the next level
Wire Cutting Tips&
Filing and Smoothing Tips
Hammering and Hardening Tips
Tips to Avoid Kinking
Tips for Perfect loops:
Tips for Shaping Wire
Tips for Straightening Wire
Wire Wrapping tips: How to Start a New Length of Wire
Wire Wrapping tips: How to Hide Wire Ends
"Section #3 Troubleshooting Your Wire Problems"
Easily solve your most frustrating problems
Troubleshooting Jump Ring Problems
Troubleshooting Homemade Jump Rings
Troubleshooting Your Simple Loops
Troubleshooting Wire Wrapping
Troubleshooting Other Wire Problems
"Section #4 :
Frequently Asked Questions "
Discover the answers to real questions from real people like you.
These questions are compiled from coaching sessions from previous customers.
Overview of question topics:
Flush cutters to cut jump rings.
What kind of saw to buy to cut wire.
Do the ends of
the jump rings have to be positioned just that fraction of an inch past
Jump ring opening tools.
Closed jump rings.
Jumpring shopping tips.
Customer Feedback - Alesha Conklin
"Thank you for making me look good!"
"My favorite tip was to use split rings for bracelets. I did that with all the ones I made during the holidays and felt really confident that those bracelets were going to hold up!
For a limited time only, get these bonuses FREE with your purchase.
To get these bonuses free, you need to act now.
I can't guarantee these will still be free when you come back. So don't miss out!
"Bonus Wire Gauge Cheat Sheet"
You'll love this printable cheat sheet you'll refer to over and over again. Now you'll never have to guess which wire gauge to use becuase you'll KNOW every time.
"The Wire Work Audio Q and A Coaching Session: "
This 45 minute audio coaching session answered questions from a people just like you - people who purchased Wire Work Secrets and wanted more. They asked me questions, and I answered them. (I'm told this is even better than the e-book itself!)
Revealed on this Audio:
Why different metals behave so differently and how to chose between copper, silver, brass, nickel silver, and gold.
Why some findings snap so easily and how to avoid this
How to choose between dead soft, half hard, and full hard
Why copper wire won't harden as much as other metals and what to do about it
How to cut wire that is too thick for your cutters
Even more tool mark avoiding tips!
You can play this on your computer, or download it for loading into your Mp3 player
"The Bonus Coaching Slides"
Get bonus slides that go along with the coaching call! This means you print these out, keep them in your studio, and have them close at hand where they can be useful. You'll be referring to these over and over
Customer Feedback - Alesha Conklin
"That audio of the Q&A was perfect!"
"Christine, You are just the greatest!
That audio of the Q&A was perfect! You answered every question I asked, and that was so helpful to me. (I'll probably be listening again, to make sure I didn't miss anything.)
Thanks for making your time and expertise available to us. I appreciate it so much.
Haines City, Florida
"The Special Report - Wire Exposed."
You'll learn all my additional secrets -
My G.A.U.G.E. system for choosing the perfect wire everytime
Which temper of wire to use
What shape of wire to use
Which metal you should use and why.
In my opinion, this report alone is worth more than double the sale price of the entire package.
"Christine's Personal Hot Suppliers Resource List"
Member's Only Online Resources. The ones I personally use myself - so you can be sure they're a good value for the money (I LOVE bargains and actually feel sick to my stomach if I feel like I'm paying too much) and they have great service.
This resource list reveals:
Which suppliers I personally use and whether they are right for you too.
What I purchase from them and what I get a better deal on elsewhere
Where to get the hard-to-find jeweler's tools at the fairest price
Best of breed chain maille jump ring sources
The best wire suppliers in Canada and the U.S. for price and service
Customer Feedback - Liz Jaffe
saved our business
at least three feet of silver!"
Christine, YOU ARE INCREDIBLE.
I've been making jewelry for six+ years and have NEVER made a wire earring that is so strong AND beautiful! I figured if you could teach me how to make - by hand - 36 pairs of earring wires in an hour than your book would be worth the $$$.
It is printing as I type and CANNOT WAIT to get my hands on it! I have every book, article - you name it tutorial and NOTHING has been as easy, consistant, concise and beautiful than your earring instructions.
It's done printing. I truly can't wait to put it in a binder!"
[1 day later] "I've read the tutorial from front to back, and already think I've saved our business at least three feet of silver. Thank you!" Liz Gregory Jaffe , Jewelry Artist,
Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A.
Drastically improving your wire work jewelry could
get any easier..
"A Class or Workshop Costs between $40 and $360"
This won't cost you anywhere close. And I guarantee you'll learn much more!
$27 is nothing compared to what an expensive class would cost (and you wouldn't learn as much).
Not only is this an unbelievable value, but your purchase is absolutely guaranteed....
Iron Clad No Questions Asked 60
I'm never satisfied unless you are more than
satisfied. So here's my simple “No Small
Print” guarantee. Try Wire Work Secrets for Jewelry Makers today and put it
through the ringer. Use every strategy and
technique as many times as you'd like for 60 days.
You be the judge. If this e-book
doesn't deliver everything I've promised, or if
you're unhappy with it for any reason, just return
it and I'll immediately buy it back for the original purchase price.
I have no problem making this
iron-clad guarantee because I personally
use these pro tips and
techniques so I know they work. Fair enough?
Customer Feedback - Janet Davis
"I plan to use the book in my wire work classes and direct my students to your website to purchase their own copies"
"Hi Christine -- You have written a really good wire working book. I have done a lot of wire wrapping in my day (self-taught, lots of mistakes at first). I have also cut my own jump rings using the saw and the jump ringer. Your advice on cutting with the saw is right on the mark.
You have a great website and I look forward to your newsletters.
I plan to use the book in my wire work classes and direct my students to your website to purchase their own copies."