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Jewelry Workshop: Bead, Wrap, Chain & Etch taught by Max Goodman

Build a broad skill base for getting started making beautiful, timeless jewelry. This is the perfect class for beginners to test many different types of techniques, from beading to wire wrapping and beyond.

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Category Jewelry
Type Accessory, Ring
Style Hipster, Funky
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Who is this project for? Women

ladycrow23 on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? seed beads and resine rose

ladycrow23 on craftsy.com

What are you most proud of? i made it all by myself

ladycrow23 on craftsy.com

What advice would you give someone starting this project? go with your inspiration,you will never be wrong.

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nice use of beads though it is really hard to see, Did you glue the beads on to the rose or did the rose have loop already on it? And is the rose something you found from some old jewelry? or is it something you found at some shop or did you make it? either way, very nice and good job! keep up the good works!

09/16/2012 Flag

thanks AR!the beads where needle beaded,then passed through 2 holes on the back of the rose.The mrose is made of crushed turquoise and resine.I found the rose in a funky store in the artistic district here in toronto.They sell the funkiest beads i ever saw,vintage clothing,purses and linen.i made several project,but i frankly thought noone ever saw this page:)thanks for motivating me:)Lucy

09/16/2012 Flag