30-Minute Earrings: 60 Quick & Creative Projects for by Marthe Le Van

By Marthe Le Van

Lark jewellery challenged a few of its most sensible designers to create a couple of wonderful rings in half-hour flat, and so they enthusiastically introduced past our wildest expectancies. This remarkable 60-piece number of tasks showcases an array of encouraged, fashionable, and simply simple enjoyable jewellery. They don’t call for a wide funding of time or cash, yet do provide jewelers the excitement of sprucing their abilities and having fun with impressive effects. The resourceful and numerous designs characteristic every thing from dependent gold, pearls, and sterling silver to nontraditional and repurposed fabrics. each is gorgeous!
The forty nine individuals contain Sim Luttin, Lisa Cain, Rebecca Hannon, Raissa Bump, Ross Coppelman, Joanna Gollberg, Brenda Schweder, Davina Romansky, Ingeborg Vandamme, Eleni Avlonti, and lots of extra best jewelers!

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2 cm 1. On a bench block or anvil , hammer a 6. Use the pliers to pull both wires tightly texture on one side of each washer using the ball end of a ball-peen hammer. through the loop . Then bring each wire around the outside of the loop (on opposite sides) and back to the front of the washer. 5 cm in length. 2. Straighten the two pieces of silver wire . Using round-nose pliers, bend each wire into an elongated U shape , with parallel "legs" of equal length that are approximately 4 mm apart. 3.

Using a scribe, transfer the photocopied on each flower by running sandpaper from the center of the flower out to the tip of each petal. 5. Drill a hole in the center of each silver flower, making sure the hole is large enough to accommodate an ear stud. 6. Drill five additional decorative holes, one centered at the base of each flower petal (as shown on the design template). Sand the drilled holes smooth. 7. Place one silver flower in the center of the wooden dapping block. Using a dap and chasing hammer, depress the flower's central area so it's evenly concave .

Using a scribe, transfer the photocopied on each flower by running sandpaper from the center of the flower out to the tip of each petal. 5. Drill a hole in the center of each silver flower, making sure the hole is large enough to accommodate an ear stud. 6. Drill five additional decorative holes, one centered at the base of each flower petal (as shown on the design template). Sand the drilled holes smooth. 7. Place one silver flower in the center of the wooden dapping block. Using a dap and chasing hammer, depress the flower's central area so it's evenly concave .

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