When you get dressed to go out for the day, you are missing something if you forget to put on any jewelry. It doesn't matter how old your clothing is, you will always feel more elegant and attractive when you add a piece or two of your fave jewelry. Want to impress the ladies at your Reading Club or the manager of the local landfill when you haul your trash? Your designer jewelry is appropriate in either case. And, as a matter of course, don't forget how much more elegant you will look when you remember to wear your most-cherished piece of designer jewelry when you have a formal occasion to attend. It goes without saying that beautiful jewelry definitely enhances a woman's allure. Designer jewelry will highlight a woman's distinctiveness and she can announce to the world, "This is ME". It's a known fact that the message a woman can send through her fashion sense and jewelry is very dynamic. It's just another effective way to broadcast her unique persona. Below is the inside story on several types of designer jewelry.
Using computers and software to assist in jewelry design is more frequent nowadays. We are not certain where the line crosses between a person skilled in the use of such programs and those who are trained designers in the traditional methods. People who are classically trained need to have extensive knowledge of the structural and mechanical aspects that pertain to jewelry design. Traditional designers are also required to learn metallurgical aspects, which is the science of metals. While computer software is gaining ground, it still hasn't made a huge impact in the world of design.
The great thing about jewelry is that you can buy one piece at a time according to your budget. Your jewelry choices really can say a lot about you. Many women have larger selection of earrings to choose from in addition to a few bracelets and/or necklaces. Don't forget to plan for special occasions in your jewelry budgeting. You may want to choose more subtle options in formal settings. Make sure you have a variety of pieces that allow you to match your jewelry to your mood as well as the occasion.
All gold and silver jewelry in the US must be stamped , by law, with an identifier. By US law, your jewelry will have a number stamped on it which will tell of the quality, and the manufacturer.
Any piece of jewelry that you own that came from the US will have a 925 on it, if it is sterling silver. Sterling silver has the number 925 stamped on them, because sterling silver contains 92.5% silver. Stamped on the inside of your bracelets, or rings, is the place to find the stamped number. On the clasp is where to locate the stamp for a necklace, for the most part. The nice thing about this system, is that it is a very easy way to know if your jewelry is sterling silver.
After years of training at gem cutting schools, master cutters will be ready to work with their new found skills. To finish off what they have learned over a several year period, they will enter into an apprenticeship with a master cutter. All new gem cutters will make mistakes, but fortunately there is plenty of room for error. The end result of becoming a skilled artisan in stone cutting is what you see in jewelry stores that people will buy. Most of us will simply take that for granted never understanding how much work was put into each piece. Hiding in the shadows, gem cutters are astounding and skilled craftsmen that are seldom recognized.
Welcome to BlogBaker! This is a tutorial post to get your started. You may edit it or delete it, however, if you would like to read it again after doing so you may find it HERE.
The following sections will give you a brief overview of a few important areas of your blog! Before we start, you should be aware that most modifications and posting made on your blog will be done via the administration panel.
To access your administration panel, click on the "Administration Panel" link in the Meta widget located in the sidebar of your blog. Alternatively, you may enter the URL in manually to your address bar, like so: http://cheapmiamitg.blogbaker.com/admin/.
Alright! Lets get started, shall we?
Writing and publishing posts is the most important part of a blog. To add your own posts, you may click on the Add New link in the "Posts" section of your administration panel as demonstrated by the image below:
From the "Create New Post" page, you may enter a title, content, define a brief excerpt of your content, and specify tags and categories. Once you are finished preparing your post, you may click on the Publish button as indicated by the image below:
Once a post has been published, you can view it by either Previewing it from your administration panel, or directly in the wild on your blog by going to your blog URL, like so: http://cheapmiamitg.blogbaker.com/.
Modifying Your Theme
The easiest way to begin changing your theme is through the drag'n'drop Edit Mode included in BlogBaker. This tool may be accessed from the Edit Mode option of the "Appearance" section in your administration panel, or alternatively the Meta widget of your blog by clicking on the Enable Edit Mode link as shown below in this example image:
And once the page loads, you'll see roughly the image below. Click on the (+) image to begin selecting widgets and adding them to your widget bar at the bottom. From there you may drag them out and into containers on the page! Once you're done making changes, click on the green check-mark button to save.
Additionally, you can change your blog's theme by going to your administration panel, and clicking on the Themes option in the "Appearance" section. From there, you may change the variant of a particular theme (such as Light or Dark, for the default theme, "Fresh Print"), or select another theme for your blog.
A few more little things...
I would just like to address a couple of other little areas of interest: your profile, and your settings.
Your profile may be changed at any time by going to the Profile section of your administration panel. You may wish to update your public name, and possibly your biography.
Your blog settings are located just below the Profile section, in the Settings section. There, you may change the title and caption of your blog, your discussion options, your permalink structure and much, much more!
Last but not least!
If you run into any problems, please do not hesitate to contact Sparklit Support!
Thank you for reading!