Ear climbers also known as Ear Pins or Ear Sweeps, are for pierced ears and are a clever way to make it look like you are wearing more earrings than you really are. This fun tutorial shows, step by step, how to create them. They can be created plain (all metal), or dressed up as far as you want to take them. Suggestions are also included for combining ear vines with ear cuffs.
This listing is for the instructions to make these pieces of jewelry, not the actual pieces, materials, or tools. Ear Climbers Tutorial by Bobbi Maw ~ MyWiredImagination
There is 23 pages and 86 full color, clear, crisp detailed photographs. Almost as good as having me sitting right there with you. There is also 9 pages outlining essential techniques that every beginning and intermediate wire worker needs to include in their library.
This tutorial was written with very new beginners in mind. There are 9 pages at the end of the tutorial dedicated to detailed instructions on basic techniques, such as cleaning and straightening wire, forming loops and spirals, and creating beaded headpins. That being said, this tutorial is also suitable for more advanced wire workers who want to add to their skills and designs.
❤️"These took 15 minutes to make...might get a little faster with practice. I love them and have received many compliments when in stores from complete strangers!"
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Please don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions at all!!! wrap happy, Bobbi
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