This lesson teaches you a simple technique for making ear cuffs that look like a row of beads climbing up your ear. These look great worn as a pair, but if you prefer the asymmetrical look, make one ear cuff and an earring to match for the other ear.
The frame used for this ear cuff can be turned into many other designs. By using different beads and adding different wirework techniques, you can create many other looks.
These cuffs are shaped as an oval for more comfort when wearing, however, you can also shape them like the more traditional round ear cuffs if that is what you prefer.
* 13” of 20g dead soft wire
* 5’ of 26g or 28g dead soft wire
* 14 4mm beads
* 2 charms or dangles (optional)
* Chain nose pliers
* Round nose pliers
* Wire cutters
* Flat nose pliers
* 6mm mandrel (or small piece of a 6mm wooden dowel)
Thursday, October 29, 2009
Sunday, October 25, 2009
Today I just want to give a quick mention to another Etsy seller,
SugarCreekHollow. I was just in her shop and she sells very beautiful hand crocheted afghans. You'll find them in her Etsy shop if you want to take a look. They are absolutely gorgeous, and would make great Christmas presents for the people on your list who appreciate all the time, energy and love it takes to make something so special!
She also sells many other wonderful items. From soy candles to handmade lace doilies, even spiced peach jam! So, what are you waiting for? Check her out now!
Friday, October 16, 2009
My End of Summer sale was so popular that I ended up extending it a few weeks. Unfortunately, all good things must come to an end. Today is the last full day of the sale. I will begin editing the prices on all the listings sometime tomorrow morning, so if you still want to get an amazing deal on some great jewelry, you better check it out quick!
Just a quick recap on what the sale is, all clearance items are marked HALF OFF the regular clearance price.
If you want to check out what's left, Click Here to go to my shop!