Jewellery making handouts from class

This is my new favourite bracelet – please excuse the terrible picture as photography is not one of my strengths! Of course, it’s chemistry based. The large charm is hydrogen cyanide; the smaller crystals are oxygen with double bonds. Yeah, I get my inspiration from all kinds of places! I’m posting the handouts from class...

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Jewellery Making: Using crimping beads

More bracelet-y fun! Today we’re going to make a bracelet using flexible wire and crimping beads. I have no idea what to call this bracelet — “Super Happy Fun Butterfly Time”, perhaps? — but this is what we’re doing in craft group tonight! WHAT YOU’LL LEARN TODAYHow to use flexible wireHow to use a crimper...

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Jewellery Making: Chandelier earrings

I have only recently started wearing earrings (thanks to the wonders of plastic hooks!) and I’ve fallen in love with wearing chandelier earrings. I have a lot of hair, so I need larger, longer earrings if you’re going to see them. Chandelier earrings are easy to make once you’ve mastered the one loop and two...

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Jewellery Making: Two loop bracelets

To your left you will see my “Water” bracelet. It’s supposed to represent one oxygen (white) and two hydrogen. (Remember: I’m a chemistry geek!) I’ve put loops on both ends and connected them with jump rings to the next charm, although in this case I’ve used two jump rings as my wrists are quite large....

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Jewellery Making: Two loop projects

Now you know how to make a loop on a head pin. So why not learn to make a loop on the other end? You can cut off the pin part of the head and make a loop so you have two loops per post or you can buy some eye pins and have a...

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