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This tutorial is for the first pendant pictured

Check out jewellerycraft's pendant (last picture)! Excellent job!!

I'm so excited to be offering my first tutorial to all of you here on Etsy! This one offers alot of different techniques for the beginning to intermediate wire artist. There are 40 steps in all. If you're just starting with wire, you could still utilize the first half of the tutorial, and then as you become more confident, you can add more embellishment with future projects.

Just put your e-mail address in "notes to seller" after you purchase it, and I'll get it to you just as soon as I can. The file should be in your mailbox within 8 hours of purchase, probably sooner in most cases. Unfortunately, Etsy doesnt' have the capability to make this an auto-download, so I'll be manually sending it.

Materials Needed:

 18 gauge, dead-soft sterling silver wire (6 ½ inches)
 28 gauge, dead-soft sterling silver wire (7 feet, may have some waste)
 approximately #55, 3mm beads
 bail or 16 gauge open jump ring to hang pendant
 ring mandrel, or round object approximately 3\/4 inches in diameter to wrap wire around
 chain nose pliers
 round nose pliers
 flush cutters
 straightening\/flattening pliers
 ball peen hammer or chasing hammer
 steel block or anvil

A very special thanks to my husband for helping me put everything together.

I will always be available to answer questions and help guide you through any problems that you may have if you need a little more explanation of a step :o)

NOTE: Please do not distribute, loan, or copy this tutorial--it's for your use only. Please do not mass produce, and if you would be so kind, please give a credit to me if my ideas here have inspired you in any way--I'd appreciate it! Thank you ;)

Nautilus Pendant Tutorial--Step by Step Instruction


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