Rebeca Mojica is an award-winning jewelry artist, instructor and best-selling author. As the founder of Blue Buddha Boutique, a prominent chainmaille supplies company since 2003, Rebeca is known for creating colorful and intricate designs that have inspired artisans all over the world. Most recently, she partnered with toy manufacturer Neat-Oh! international to create the award-winning Linkt Craft Kits, the first line of chainmaille jewelry kits for children ages 8 and up.
Connect with Rebeca:
Rebeca Mojica Website: https://www.rebecamojica.com/
B3 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/BlueBuddhaBoutique/
Rebeca Mojica Jewelry Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rebecamojicajewelry/
Rebeca Mojica Jewelry Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rebecamojicajewelry/
B3 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bluebuddhaboutique/
As strange as it may sound, there can be scarcity in an oversaturated space. This episode will explain the reasons why scarcity exists in a market such as handmade jewelry, which is highly oversaturated.
These days, self-identification is preferred when it comes to fashion and accessories. Standing out, being different, and using voice through wearable art continues to be on the rise. Jewelry is no different. Jewelry should be a personal statement, speaking volumes about the individual. In this episode, you will learn the difference between getting customized jewelry verses wanting quality handmade jewelry in exchange for lower pricing and lack of creativity on the makers part.
Being pulled in every direction leads to chaos. If you are new to jewelry making, this is the episode for you. Listen and learn how not to fall victim to whirlwinds of jewelrymaking ideas, designs, and so forth. Stay focused and gradually grow.
Due to the ease of buying and selling online, it has become easier for sellers to scam customers out of earned income. Within the last decade, there has been an increase of jewelry makers but not all sellers have a moral compass. Listen to find out the type of scams happening in the DIY community and what steps you can take to avoid falling victim to their scam.
This episode is a response to a twitter post that took place a few weeks ago, where the person stated how the current generation is out of touch with hobbies and why having one matters. If you've listened to season 1, A Hobby vs A Habit episode, I stated benefits of hobbies. In today's episode, I will address the misconception that hobbies take a huge amount of time and money. Listen and learn what hobbies you can start with little to no money.
Link to Habit vs Hobby Episode: https://anchor.fm/craftyhandsclub/episodes/A-Hobby-vs-A-Habit-e3hmr7
Mr. Sanders served as a corporate professional for years. During the later 2000's Lorenzo was on dialysis, waiting on a kidney transplant. As he was healing from surgery, he tried jewelry making and discovered his love for creating wire jewelry. He shares his jewelry making journey, including transparent thoughts about the diy industry. Lorenzo can be found on social media platforms including Facebook and Instagram. Website: www.wyrefull.com Lorenzo
Whenever schools are faced with budget cuts, art and music classes are either significantly reduced or eliminated. In this episode you'll learn the benefits of arts and crafts and how it can help a child's learning ability.
One of the most overlooked factors in choosing a diy class is the quality/value of the instructor. Listen to learn why the quality of a craft instructor is important and how it impacts your learning experience overall.
Are you a sports fanatic? Married or dating someone who's a sports lover? Are you a sports mom? Listen to this episode and learn creative ways to make jewelry while sharing a common interest with like-minded individuals.
Holidays are difficult for those who are grieving the loss of loved ones. Have you loss a loved one and wish there was a way to remember them? In this episode, you will learn how jewelry making will help you remember a loved one.
What was your fondest memory you had a a child with your Mom or any female who was like a Mother to you? This is a throwback episode where the owner of Crafty Hands Club shares memorable bonding time with her mom during early childhood. You can listen and get ideas on how to create your own dress up memories as well.
One of the biggest mistakes in early jewelry making is buying excessive supplies. Instead of being lead by markdowns and pretty things, learn how to shop for supplies and what to consider before making a purchase.
Are you a millennial who's tired of an entire generation being viewed in a negative light?
Do you know a millennial personally and wish you can understand them better?
Did you know that millennials and baby boomers have the highest level of stress according to American Psychological Association. Listen to this episode and learn why millennials are stressed and how arts and crafts can help relieve stress.
Do you love fashion accessories but have no interest in making?
Are you a diy enthusiast who wish others felt the same way as you?
In this episode, you will learn the difference between making something verses being a consumer along with the pros and cons of each.
Everyone has been put on earth to fulfill a specific purpose in life. It's okay to say 'no' to things or people who are in the way of greatness. In this episode, you will also learn the importance of self-care and ways to incorporate self-care activities into daily living.
The words hobby and habit are often used interchangeably but there is a key difference. Not only will you learn the difference between the two in this episode but you'll also learn the benefits of a hobby.
Welcome to the pilot episode of Crafty Hands Club podcast! Learn how 30-minute craft projects on a regular basis will help reclaim sanity along with suggestions on how you can leverage your time to incorporate craft projects into your schedule.
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