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Making those earrings doesn't require glue or solder. Pictures and descriptions are designed even for beginners in wire-wrapping :) The process of making these earrings is presented in 7 easy to follow parts and illustrated with 17 pictures. list of materials: - 2 headpins " each around 1.96 long (5 cm long) -24cm (9.44(tm)(tm)) of 0.6 mm ( in diameter) / 22 or 23 gauge wire (I've used oxidized copper wire) cut into 2 even pieces - 12 cm (4.7(tm)(tm)) each, -40 cm (15.7(tm)(tm)) of 0,4 mm (diameter) /26 gauge wire (I've used brass wire) cut into 2 even pieces 20 cm (7.87(tm)) each , -1.4m (55'') of 0.3 mm (diameter) (28 or 29 gauge) (I've used oxidized copper wire) cut in 2 pieces " around 70 cm each (27.5) -2 beads - size" 0.8mm in diametert" I've used faceted opal beads, -2 copper beads " size - 3 mm (0,11), -1 pair of earwires, list of tools round-nose pliers wire cutters