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So, I've decided to teach myself through the University of Youtube a new craft. I was taking a little hiatus from posting on here for a while and I thought why not do something new to pass the time AND to generate some much needed funding for the website.
I have only gotten so far to the SIMPLE elastic beaded bracelets, earrings, wrist key chain and the glass pendants for necklaces. I'm trying to master these and make my way up on to the more advanced stuff.
With that being said I will in the new year be placing what I make on my website if anyone is interested in making a donation. The price range will be $5.00-$10.00 max for what's like in the picture below. As I get better and with time permitting I will be doing more things. As of this moment Youtube and I are only this far. lol
Just FYI: I walked into Chevy's Bead Gallery on Lincoln Blvd off Wulff Road and told the sales girl that I wanted to teach myself how to make jewelry and I wanted to purchase all of the tools and materials needed to start as a beginner. Let me tell you they were so helpful and just overall understanding and I appreciated that so much and they are not too shabby with the prices either.
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