Artbeads Cafe Giveaway: Jewelry Links and How to Use Them

Jewelry links are used to add length in jewelry designs, create multiple strands, and more. In the latest episode of the Artbeads Cafe, Cynthia and Cheri are sharing different ways to use links in your projects. Make sure to watch the episode to discover 5 unique ways to showcase links in your style and then read to the bottom of this post to learn how you can win your own mix of links to experiment with. 

It’s easy to get creative with links in your designs and we have a few favorites from this episode. Did you see Cynthia’s steampunk style necklace? It features fun gear links connected together with twisted jump rings. 

More Jewelry Links Ideas

Steampunk necklace featuring gear jewelry links

This necklace uses the links as a focal for the design and also as a connection point for the dangling chain tassel below. The open design of the gear links allow for all kinds of creative uses. 

TierraCast chain necklace featuring custom beaded jewelry links

We also love Cheri’s All Eyes on Me necklace, which features TierraCast Evil Eye links as stations between the chain. Cheri even made her own beaded links to space out between the chain. If you’ve been inspired by the episode and want to make your own links to use in the ways we’ve shown, making your own beaded links is easy with the 1-Step Looper pliers! 

As this video shows, you can make links and even eye pins quickly with this helpful tool. It’s the perfect tool to invest in once you’ve become addicted to adding links to your jewelry. 

Win Your Own Jewelry Links!

jewelry links giveaway prize

Now that you’re inspired to start adding links to every jewelry project that pops in your head, we want to give away a beautiful selections of links for you to play with. One lucky winner will receive all of these links to unlock their creativity. They include links from Gardanne Beads, TierraCast, and Nunn Design. To enter for your chance to win, just follow the prompts below and make sure to leave a comment in the comments section below with your favorite way to use links. 

a Rafflecopter giveaway

We’ll pick a winner on July 25th, 2019. Good luck! Make sure to shop our entire selection of links on our website here. Don’t forget to subscribe to your YouTube channel so you’ll always know when a new Artbeads Cafe episode is out. 

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    • Linda Donovan
    • July 21, 2019
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    Love the colors in the collection

    • Kathy
    • July 21, 2019
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    I love using links in lots of ways. For a focal on a bracelet, or a neclase. Or making the whole piece from them. Intermittently with chain. Or to add more components or strands.

    • Cachel Caldiero
    • July 21, 2019
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    Gorgeous colors

  1. Reply

    Love using the links or connector and making different chain styles!

    • Donna Bivens
    • July 21, 2019
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    I love to make a chain between my semiprecious stones. It adds flexibility to a necklace and makes it so much more comfortable.

    • Kim C.
    • July 23, 2019
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    Great video. Love the emphasis of using links & connectors as an artistic design & even a focal feature as opposed to just a “functional piece”. I love links/connectors & I strive to use them in new & creative ways.

    • Meryl R Dessen
    • July 23, 2019
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    Thanks for the tutorials. Always helpful & easy to follow

  2. Reply

    I like to use the smallest of connectors to make quick & easy earrings.Add the ear wire on one end & a gemstone or Swarovski crystal on the other end & you have a pair of earrings to match what your wearing.

    • Kyla
    • July 24, 2019
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    Great videos, your tutorials are always so wonderful and helpful. Love these colors and links.

  3. Reply

    Love using links, they can be the focus of the design or provide added interest. All of the videos and tutorials that Artbeads do really help to show the possibilities. Thank you!

    • marylyn t dance
    • July 24, 2019
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    Love this Company! So friendly!

    • Dana
    • July 24, 2019
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    Beautiful colors and I love the tutorials

    • JeanMarie
    • July 24, 2019
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    Beautiful! I love using links in my necklaces and bracelets!

  4. Reply

    Thanks for the tutorials and love the colors in the collection!

    • Brenda
    • July 24, 2019
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    Love the links in this collection.

    • Teresa D Kunberger
    • July 24, 2019
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    I’d love this for my mother she makes amazing jewelery! She would use them in all sorts of ways!!

    • Kathleen
    • July 24, 2019
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    I really like these links.

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