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Materials I used were -Swarovsky beads (in two sizes). You can use any size you wish. -Pearls (I used different size pearls for a graduated effect) -Eye pins ...
Tools needed will be: -Small round nose pliers -Small regular pliers -Wire cutters -Hands
Thread beads on all pins (including the pins for the earrings).
Form the loop at the other end of the eye pin by first bending the wire backwards using the regular pliers,
then using the round nose pliers, curl the wire (going opposite of the bend) around the nose of the plier to form a loop that looks like a ...
complete the loop by pulling the loop down, do not cut yet.
Hook the loop you just made onto the eye portion of the next threaded bead pin, close the loop and cut off excess wire. You will continue this ...
Open one end of the eye pin at the eye and attach it to the closing, and loop the other end of the bracelet to the other end ...
The earring is done the same way, only that you will loop it on ear wires, close the loop, and cut off excess wire.
Here is the completed bracelet and matching earrings for you or your friend to enjoy.
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