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SALE Awareness Ribbon Wire Pendant

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(5) Name: 'Jewelry : SALE Awareness Ribbon Wire Pendant
SALE Awareness Ribbon Wire Pendant
SALE Awareness Ribbon Wire Pendant
SALE Awareness Ribbon Wire Pendant
SALE Awareness Ribbon Wire Pendant
SALE Awareness Ribbon Wire Pendant

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • This is an easy beginner tutorial - you will have the best results though if you are familiar with basic tools and techniques such as straightening wire, and creating simple loops and spirals.

Pattern Description:

I've seen lots of great patterns for ribbons in tons of different mediums, but none in wire - so I decided to write one :)

This is an easy wire project to create a lasting 'ribbon' in wire. Most of the bending can be done with just your fingers. Artistic wire seems to have been made for this project - It's easy to bend, and it comes in lots of great colors to match just about any awareness ribbon you'd like to create.
I include a great link at the end of the tutorial to an extensive list of awareness ribbons colors and what they represent.

This tutorial is 20 pages with 51 steps that covers 2 ways to create the pendant. There is 70 clear crisp photos and detailed directions for both the visual and instructional learner.

Materials:

  • 9 to 11 inches (22.9 to 27.9cm) 18ga round wire dead soft - Artistic wire suggested.
  • 6 inches (15.2cm) 28, 26, or 24ga round wire dead soft - Artistic wire suggested.
  • Optional: Matching crystal sew-on round or pear shape (size is up to you). A simple bead would even work.
  • Round nose pliers; flat nose pliers; chain nose pliers; flush cutters.
  • Small diameter wooden dowel or pen or similar round object to bend the wire on.
  • Optional: Bail making pliers
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$2.50

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Bobbi Maw is a Master Wire Jewelry Artist, and award-winning jewelry designer based in Kenneth City, Florida. With ...

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