This is so very helpful – if we all did this Pinterest would be an even more useful place! Thank you Westcott jewellery.
Despite the fantasy novel title, this post is about something pragmatic and useful – finding and crediting original designers of jewelry on the internet!
We’ve all experienced the annoyance of finding a picture of a beautiful piece of jewelry and having no idea where it comes from. This is frustrating both for the beader looking to buy a pattern and for the designer whose work is floating around the internet without credit. Luckily, there is an easy way to solve this!
I have noticed that Pinterest in particular tends to have a lot of dead pins (pictures without sources or designer credit), so I’m going to use Pinterest in my example. This method will work just as well for any situation where you need to find the original source of a photo, though.
So, let’s say you are scrolling around Pinterest and you see a bracelet that you just love.
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