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A simple, elegant project that focuses on colour and copper, using basic techniques to complete a lovely pair of earrings to match any outfit.
But more than that, we’ll cover many tips and tricks for working in large production batches - changing your mindset so that you can quickly and efficiently build orders of similar but different pieces. I almost always work in batches of several dozen pieces at a time, and all of my tips and tricks are in here for you!
Working in large batches is super useful for filling orders, and it will help you make more money if you can work faster.
Following the the accompanying close-up, sharp photos and diagrams, you’ll be admiring your new earrings in no time.
****NOTE: This is a Set of Instructions ONLY - the materials and finished product are NOT included in this listing****
This fabulous little pair of earrings is colourful, light, and catches the light gorgeously.
By changing the colourway, size, and number of beads, you can create many fetching pairs of earrings that will be great for sale, for gifts, or to match that perfect outfit!
22+ crisp, close-up photographs in two dozen steps capture the process for making these irresistible little gems.
I write my tutorials for the absolute beginner. Here in addition to the design itself, I talk about creating symmetry with earring designs and how to properly open and close purchased ear-wires.
To complete this tutorial you should have basic knowledge of wire tools.
2x4” 20ga solid copper wire per pair
2x12” 22ga solid copper wire per pair
Wubbers Jumbo Oval Mandrel Pliers
Hammer & Anvil
6-10 Firepolished glass beads per pair
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