I just want to make more.

On a lighter note, I can’t stop thinking about making more of these earrings. I used the Craftstylish tutorial by Lee Meredith, which is, as are all things she does, wonderful.

Also, making a lot more of these will be great practice in building basic wireworking skillz. I needs some.

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Great idea. Thanks, Kim! It was the perfect thing for me to do this afternoon: http://www.flickr.com/photos/emmajane/4318023926


So cute! I think I have the supplies for some of those in my craft room somewhere…


Yay! They are just so quick and fun to make, once you start it's hard to stop! Thanks for the leethal link!!

Michelle Mach

Glad to see you over on the dark side, er, jewelry-making world. : )

Michelle Mach

Hmmm . . . I found as a beginner that I needed in-person help via my local bead shop! That said, I really found books/mags with lots of step-by-step photos like BeadStyle or Getting Started Making Wire Jewelry to be the most helpful. The more photos, the better. Especially ones were you can see the hand positions. That's what always tripped me up. I couldn't figure out how I was supposed to be holding the tools and moving my hands. Once you have the basics I'd get something where you get a lot of bang for your buck like 101 Wire Earrings.


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