Hi again, Today I have two jewelry-making DVDs to share with you, courtesy of the fine people at Interweave. Whether you're an experienced jewelry-maker or someone who's just starting to get involved in this diverse craft, I think you'll find something interesting here. The first is a copy of Metalwork: How to shape, texture, and antique wireworked jewelry. The second is a copy of Mixed Media: How to make polymer clay beads. Both DVDs are 75 minutes long and feature the helpful tutelage of jewelry artist Ronna Sarvas Weltman. With projects that range from fast and easy (make a five-minute ring!) to more intricate and involved, you're sure to have lots of fun. And the full materials lists and instructions are available for download, too (so helpful if you're like me, and more apt to learn-by-reading). I'll be giving these DVDs away as a set. For your chance to win, please leave a comment on this post telling me about something interesting you read at one of the other Canadian Living blogs. Comments will be open until 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, December 12; I'll post a winner here on the 13th. Good luck!