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got it from the dollar store but you can get them off ebay, they hold like nail gems and such
i think it was about a 20 gauge
hey love it! great job it looks awesome
a necklace would be cute too!
awesome! and thanks so much romana s.!
i used stuff i had laying around, probably like $5 or less!
cemre K.- that sounds like an awesome idea. Maybe use natural color beads like greens and browns to go with your bird theme? let me know how it turns out!
for the beaded ring, it's just a simple crochet with a bead every stitch.
for the wrapped ring, take a piece of wire and make it into a ring the size of your finger. superglue together where the ends meet. then, take a strip of fabric, superglue it to where the ends meet, and wrap around the ring to cover all the wire. superglue the end when finished. does that help?
i don't have any more pics so I can't make a full tutorial right now. maybe when i have time i can make one for you guys, ok? :)
Hi- I like your woven look you made with the wire! my tools aren't specific tho lol! i just used different gauges of wire, a hammer, and a pointy tool (i used an ice pick found in my garage, but you can use a nail. i'm sure everyone has those!) to make the hole. that's all!
my favorite of yours is the blue speckle-y beads.
cool. nice paper you used for the feather!
thank you everyone :)
what kind of earrings do/have you wear/worn? Were they nickel free? Were they like 14K gold or silver? I work at Claire's and we pierce ears. So I know all about this!! :)
Where did you get your ears pierced? Did you clean them 3 times a day, leave them in 6-8 weeks before changing earrings?
A lot of questions; but you may just be allergic to certain kinds of metals, not all earrings. Let me know and I can help!
I'm glad you used fake leather!
would love to, except I am in the USA! so I don't think that would work! :)
These are easy to make though, I believe in you lol
i love it here, so many cool projects and inspiration.
i actually don't have any pics right now, but it is definitely not shrinky dink plastic. it is literally strips like .8" thick or so of plastic. i found them at my local re-sale shop so it was a great way to recycle things that other people didn't want!
thanks very much for the compliment!