We’re pulling out all the stops for Week 7 of Project Accessory! Rio Grande favorite Mark Nelson shows you how to craft a show-stopping druzy bib necklace fit for any red carpet!
It’s official, we have finalists! Our esteemed Saul Bell Design Award judges have completed round one of judging. Take a look at the spectacular finalists!
Our Project Accessory Week 6 project is a killer “Jet Setter” ring that will have you breaking out the soldering torch. Check it out!
We’re back after a Thanksgiving break with another great necklace project inspired by Project Accessory. Beachcombers rejoice! This one is a found object favorite.
Yvonne is back this week with another great project for you to try out: a fold-over bag bedazzled with your favorite Swarovski crystals!
Week three of Project Accessory brings a new combo necklace/bracelet project and a new chance to win $10 in Rio Grande credit!
Our Project Accessory fun continues with an all-new Swarovski project you can follow and another chance to win some Rio Grande cash!
After I watched last week’s premiere episode of Project Accessory, which challenged contestants to transform junk into wearable art, I was reminded of a totally inspiring project with Mark Nelson, where he uses found objects and unconventional techniques to embellish wood bangles. . .
Rio Grande is teaming up with the new show, Project Accessory, to bring you your own runway jewelry project and a chance for a little extra cash. . .
Scott has been at the bench designing and carving models in wax for 38 years and counting. Impressive, I know. He’s done production work, custom design, manufacturing for other designers, you name it. What really amazes me is now naturally he has incorporated computer-aided design (CAD) into his work as the technology has emerged over the years. . .
To mark Yvonne Padilla’s Bronze Metal Clay book anniversary, I thought it would be fun to take on one of the projects myself. And why not share the love and have our blog readers do the same? Why not make it interesting and have readers submit a photo of their finished pieces and have Yvonne choose a winner?
It’s a blast poking around artists’ websites to check out what other people are creating. That’s how I first discovered Lorena Angulo’s amazing designs. . .