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Coral filigree earwires

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materials:
21.5" of 22 gauge wire cut in 2 even pieces.
2 copper beads - size 3mm
2 beads - size 6 mm ( I've used apple quartz)
2 beads - size 10 mm (i've used red coral)
2 bead caps - size 6mm
2 headpins - length - around 2.3"


Tools:
round-nose pliers
wire cutters


step 1. Take one piece of 22gauge wire and fold it in half, then create small loops as shown on the photo 2.
step 2. Create another small loops.
step 3. Create another loops as shown on the photos.
step 4. Put copper bead (size 3mm) on both wires, then make loops as shown on photo 9 and 10.
step 5. Now bend both wires to the reverse side of the earring. Make it as smooth and close to the base as you can. Then put a bead on both wires.
step 6. Wrap one wire around the other at the top of the bead, then cut the rest of the one wire.
step 7. In this step you have to create a "final" loop, use pliers to shape the loop, then wrap wire around itself, creating closed loop and cut the rest of it. Now repeat all steps to create second earring.
step 8. Take a headpin and put bead cup and bead onto it. Then create loop, and connect this part of the earring with the base.
step 9. If you use short headpins just close the loop, but if you use longer one, you can wrap the end of it around the top of the bead and cut the rest of it. Repeat step 8 and 9 with the second base of the earring.
step 10. Now you have to just attach the earwires and the earrings are ready to wear!

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Coral filigree earwires

  1. 1. How ro make: CORAL FILIGREE E/ F%F%| l! GS
  2. 2. 2 beads - size 6 m 2 bead caps — size 6 m 2 copper ads — size 3mm Tools: Ftound—nose pliers Wire cutters 21.5" of 22 gauge wire cut in 2 even pieces 2 beads - size 10 mm 2 headpins — length - around 2.3"
  3. 3. Step 1: Take one piece of 22 gauge wire and told it in half, then create small loops as shown on the right.
  4. 4. Step 2: Create another small loops.
  5. 5. Step 3: Create another loops as shown on the photo.
  6. 6. Step 4: Put copper bead (size 3mm) on both wires, then make loops as shown on the photo. _ %
  7. 7. Now bend both wires to the reverse side of the earring. Make it as smooth and close to the base as you can. Then put a bead on both wires. 2 Step 5:
  8. 8. Step 6: Wrap one wire around the other at the top of the bead, then cut the rest of the one wire. 5;
  9. 9. Step 7: In this step gou have to create a "final" loop, use pliers to shape the loop, then wrap wire around itself, creating closed loop and cut the rest of it. Now repeat all steps to create second earring.
  10. 10. /1. «fl X , l i - Step 8: Take a headpin and put bead cup and bead onto it. Then create loop, and connect this part of the earring with the base.
  11. 11. Step 9: (3 If gou use short headpins just close the loop, but if gou use longer one, gou can wrap the “.7; _vJ) . ‘ " end of It around the top of the bead and cut the rest of it. Repeat step 8 and 9 with the second base of the earring.
  12. 12. Step ’I (D: Now gou have to just attach the earwires and the earrings are readg to wear!

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