Magazines

  •   American Craft Magazine – The craft magazine for all mediums.  Lots of jewelry too. Divine inspiration. Put out by the American Craft Council.  You get six bi-monthly issues for joining PLUS free admission (on public day) to the shows.
  •   American Style Magazine has ceased publication – A magazine for collectors, artists and “cultural travelers”.  Jewelry is always somewhere in there.  Great artist’s spaces/collector’s homes/art. Another source of design inspiration.
  •  Art Jewelry Magazine has ceased publication – great magazine for the studio jeweler and crafts person – beginner to advanced.  Lots of “how-to” articles, projects and editorials. See what the competition is doing and get inspired!
  • beads-and-beyond Beads and Beyond Magazine – UK magazine.  Inspiration, projects, design.
  • bead-and-button Bead and Button Magazine – Beading techniques, projects and inspiration.
  • bead-style Bead Style Magazine – Jewelry projects, step-by-steps, techniques, trends, etc.
  •   BeadWork Magazine – Great beading magazine for the beading community.  Projects, tips and how-to’s. An Interweave publication.
  • Belle-Armoire  Belle Armoire Jewelry – Eclectic, interesting work. A “niche” magazine featuring wearable art, mixed media, paper crafting, polymer clay, found objects, etc. Actually a bookazine – kind of a book, kind of a magazine. Who knows? Put out by Stampington & Company who also publishes a plethora of other craft and art books and magazines. What will you create?
  •   Bench Magazine -I love this magazine.  It’s got a lot of technical tricks/tips/how-to’s that are aimed at the bench jeweler. Oh and it’s FREE! They only have an online version now – they’ve gone GREEN!
  •   The Crafts Report – The business behind arts and crafts.  Also, lots of pictures and inspiration.
  • glass-on-metalGlass on Metal – The Enamelist’s Magazine.  All things related to enameling:  Guilds, Workshops, Videos, Articles, etc.
  • jewelry-affaire  Jewelry Affaire – Easy to make jewelry from Stampington.
  •   Lapidary Journal’s Jewelry Artist Magazine – It used to be just: Lapidary Journal.  But, they changed their name.  My guess is to snag more jewelers. Hmmm?  Covers lapidary skills and techniques,  jewelry projects.  I didn’t see a mission statement on their site so, I’ll guess at their target audience:  people doing lapidary work, who also want to make jewelry to set the stones they cut, into.   Wire Jewelry, Lapidary Journal and BeadWork Magazine are all Interweave publications.
  • make-and-sell  Making Jewelry Magazine – “Making Jewellery is the UK’s first and best-selling jewellery magazine.” (quote from site). Over 45 projects in each issue. “Simple stringing to metal clays, polymer, shrink plastic, wirework, silversmithing, resin, lampworking and more.”
  •   MetalClay Artists Magazine – A nice, new glossy metal clay magazine.  Replaces (and tops) the one we lost when the PMC guild stop producing Studio PMC. It also includes work, articles and information for all types of metal clay.
  •   Metalsmith Magazine – put out by the Society of North American Goldsmiths (SNAG).  Great NEW jewelry – some of the reviews make my eyes roll into the back of my head but,  the jewelry is always intriguing and thought provoking.  Join SNAG and you get 5 print and digital issues of Metalsmith Magazine. $35.00 off on CraftBoston booth fee and free access to the “Members only” area of their site.
  • modern-silver Modern Silver – Silver Forum, Links, Articles, Events, Book reviews, etc.
  •  Ornament Magazine –  The craft of personal adornment, as they say.  GREAT magazine.  So much fun to look at and read.  Always something new and exciting to kick-start your creativity.
  •  Step-by-Step Wire Jewelry Magazine –  Chain Maille (mail), wire work, links, chains – anything that involves wire and creativity.
  • silver-magazine Silver Magazine – “Silver Magazine is the only publication specializing in the width and depth of the silver world. It is a must for the collector, dealer, curator, and casual aficionado. We bring you all the best silver offerings and the finest in research pertinent to the world of silver.” (Quote from their site).