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Angled Frame Pendant

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Author Gayle Bird
Price $3.50
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by Kidder, Shani
on June 11th, 2015

“Great ! Thank you !”

This tutorial will make you capable of quickly building a complex-looking pendant using just two wires! The result is lightweight and colourful, a combination of geometric and organic that sparkles in the light. With your choice of beads it can easily coordinate with any outfit!

These instructions include how to create this exact pendant including an incorporated bail. With this technique you should also be able to create different shaped frames for variations on the look, although those instructions are not included.

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12” 18ga wire
12” 24ga wire
Chainnose pliers or Bent nose pliers
Flush Cutters
5 firepolished glass beads, between 4-6mm
Hammer and hammering surface

by Kidder, Shani
on June 11th, 2015

Great ! Thank you !

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