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Movie Time! Popcorn and Coke Earrings


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Pick out your favorite film and grab the popcorn and soda! Its movie night! This pattern uses 7 colors total for both charms/earrings. The popcorn measures 17 columns wide at its widest, and 16 beads tall. The soda measures 13 beads wide at its widest (the lid) and 12 beads tall, not including the straw. The PDF file comes with the following: 1. A computer generated image of the finished piece 2. A numbered bead graph 3. A bead legend with suggested colors and number of beads needed Instructions for brick stitch, and how to complete a pair of earrings or charm are NOT included with this listing, but can be found free of charge in many places online! If you need help with that, I would be happy to point you in the right direction! Any questions, please feel free to message me! Due to the nature of this item, there are no refunds on digital purchases! Thank you for your understanding! FAIR USE POLICY You may use this pattern to make items for personal or commercial use. If you wish to publish (online or offline) or sell the finished item you must give credit to the designer (Amanda Hinson - MigotoChou). You may NOT resell the pattern (or a part of the pattern) itself as your own design.

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Hi there! My name is Amanda; I am 31 years old. I live in Texas with my wonderful husband, and my sweet little kitties! I just love doing creative and crafty things! Ever since I was a little girl, I've always loved being able to make things with my hands. At the moment, I am working in jewelry design, jewelry making, bead embroidery, fabric embroidery, beaded flowers, beaded wirework, sewing, felting, aromatherapy, polymer clay, resin, and hard candy making! I started out taking jewelry orders from friends and family while I was in high school. Now I participate in several local craft shows and fairs, sell to both local and international boutiques, and just recently published my first craft book! It has been such a fun and exciting experience so far! I have discovered that most of my creations stem from childhood memories. Or just fun childish fairytale things in general. Wishing stars, princesses, fairies... I just adore all of these things, and I am so happy to find ways to bring them to everyone!