Jewelry Designer’s Dream Templates


There are few shortcuts to beautiful handmade jewelry. The design process is painstakingly meticulous. Planning, measuring, creating test pieces, and mock-ups before ultimately holding the final piece in your hand. I love this, and I fight this. I believe in the process, but I want to skip to the good stuff!

As a graphic artist, I created these half-sketched design blanks and templates to facilitate and jump start my own design process. I wanted to make them available to other jewelry artists, too. Use these true-to-size templates to quickly sketch your ideas, and have organic design shapes that don’t look machine made.

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Sketch on them, use them as sawing patterns, or sheet stock mock-ups.

Jump right into designing the fun part! From basic to nearly fully developed—begin sketching on a template blank from a point of precision.

Each template sheet has many blanks to sketch, cut out, and build on.

Each template is filled with options. You are welcome to photocopy yours for your own use.

See all the template options Here!

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Blank bands, shanks, and mounting areas get you to your finished vision.
Imagine planning a surface texture on various widths of bands. The widths are true to scale, as are the size 7 ring circumferences.
Work with gem dummies in 6 and 8mm widths, to keep your sketches, and mock-ups accurate.
Wax carvers, and casters will appreciate the 3-perspective planning space on an assortment of ring bodies.

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