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Wire Wrap Earrings Charming Hearts 2


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This tutorial will show you step by step, how to create these wonderfully charming heart earrings -with or without flowers - each from one piece of wire. The instructions to create and attach a tiny little flower to each earring are included. ??PLUS 2 bonus variations, tons of detailed techniques and diagrams to help you complete this project successfully. - Almost as good as having me right there with you! BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY This tutorial was written with the beginner in mind, though having some wire experience is helpful. This is a companion tutorial to my "Charming Hearts" tutorial. Knowledge of that tutorial is helpful, but not necessary.

Supplies Needed

  • 18 inches (45.7cm), 18ga round wire, dead soft (optional: 20ga round wire, half hard) 14 tear-drop style or briolette beads 6x4mm or smaller. 36 inches (91.4cm), 28ga round dead soft wire.
  • Flush cutters; Sharpie (permanent marker); ruler, and cleaning cloth. Flat nose; chain nose; round nose pliers; nylon jaw pliers; and wire rounder or file. Large stepped round nose pliers, bail making pliers, or 1/2 inch round dowel for shaping. Optional: Chasing hammer and bench block.

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~~~~~Wire Jewelry Tutorials by Bobbi Maw @MyWiredImagination~~~~~ Bobbi Maw is a Master Wire Jewelry Artist, and award-winning jewelry designer based in Kenneth City, Florida. With more than 28 years of experience, she has been published in Step by Step Wire Jewelry Magazine numerous times, is the Featured Artist for Step by Step Wire Jewelry Magazine 2017, and has won several awards through Fire Mountain's "Swarovski Crystal Challenge." To learn more about Bobbi and find her finished jewelry, please visit We all die. "The goal isn't to live forever, the goal is to create something that will." ~Chuck Palahniuk