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***** This tutorial will be emailed to the payment email address within 24 hours of purchase *****

I designed these as ‘His and hers’ love pendants to mark the engagement of my brother and his girlfriend. The two interlocking hearts pendant is my own design and speaks for itself. The gent’s one is a classic Celtic love knot. Both are surrounded by a circle, which is the universal symbol for unity.

These pendants make the perfect gift to mark a special occasion.

Once you are familiar with the techniques you can personalize the design by adding any number of wire motifs or symbols to the centre, or by adding beads in the open spaces to inject some color. You can really highlight the detail by oxidizing them.

These pendants are 1 1/4" tall and 3/4" across

This is an easy tutorial with 33 detailed steps, covering both pendants, over 21 pages with lots of clear, crisp colour photos.

The materials listed are for both pendants.
• 13” 18 gauge soft or half hard round wire
• 13 ½” 20 gauge soft round wire
• 55” 28 gauge soft or half hard round wire
• Chain nose pliers
• Round nose pliers
• Wire cutters
• Flat nose pliers
• Nylon jaw pliers
• Ring mandrel
• Tape measure/ruler
• Marker pen

Once ordered and paid for, the tutorial will be e-mailed as an attachment to the address stated in the payment within 24 hours (usually much sooner). All tutorials are in a PDF file.

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Love Pendants, 2 designs included, Wire Jewelry Tutorial, PDF File

$6.50 USD
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