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Daisy Lace Ear Studs Tutorial


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  • Soldering

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Would you believe if I say I was inspired by the Ferries Wheel which I had sat on once during my childhood days? Well .... it does look like the Ferries Wheel to me. I have always love wearing ear studs, hence the creation of this large ear studs. I like the look of the wavy lace-like design of the earrings. You can make them smaller if you use a smaller bead in the middle and a slightly narrower lace-like loops. This ear studs can always be modified and made into a pendant or dangle earrings when you insert jump rings and ear hooks. You can link them together and make them into a bracelet. Put it on for a function or dress it down with a t-shirt and jeans. I am sure you'll attract attention with this large ear studs. ^-^ BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY This lesson will teach you how to create a wire wrap wavy lace-like ear studs - how to construct the ear frame, the wavy lace-like component and how to attach beads. No soldering or glue is required. Just plain wirework and wrapping technique. Content & Delivery: 13 pages, printable PDF file and more than 40 pictures and step-by-step instructions. File size: 1.79MB SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 3cm in diameter. Could be made smaller if using smaller beads.

Supplies Needed

  • 3 types of wire: 20g, 22g & 28g
  • 8mm beads x 2 pcs
  • 8/0 size seed beads/3mm beads x 36 - 40 pcs

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I am a fulltime homemaker to three teenagers and sole caregiver to my mum. I've been crafting wire jewelry since 2008 and have never looked back. I am passionately serious in crafting and hope that I have more than 24 hours a day to indulge in my passion. I update my blog with jewelries/tutorials regularly or when time permits me to do so. I am now sharing my creations here at Craftsy and also hoping to learn from other talented crafters. As the saying goes, "Learning Never Ends". My blog ~ Estore ~