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Spider Earrings Tutorial, Wire Jewelry Tutorial, Instant PDF Download

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Learn to make a spooky pair of spider earrings in this easy wire weaving tutorial. All you need are two different gauges of copper wire, a couple of pairs of jewelry pliers and some wire cutters. Optionally, you may choose to oxidize your spiders for a more goth look. This tutorial should be suitable for those just starting out in wire weaving but any previous experience working with wire will come in useful. Finished spiders measure just over one inch across.

The 9-page PDF file contains detailed color photographs and instructions for every step.

These spiders looks great on their own (second photo) and could be used as decoration for a Halloween party or as a pendant with a jump ring attached to the back for a chain to go through.


Materials (per earring):
- 51 cm (20 inches) of 20 gauge wire
- 61 cm (24 inches) of 26 gauge wire
- 1 fish hook style ear wire
- oxidizing agent (optional)

Tools:
- Wire cutters
- Round nose pliers
- Needle nose pliers

All wire gauges are standard AWG (American Wire Gauge).


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Learn to make a spooky pair of spider earrings in this easy wire weaving tutorial. All you need are two different gauges of copper wire, a couple of pairs of jewelry pliers and some wire cutters. Optionally, you may choose to oxidize your spiders for a more goth look. This tutorial should be suitable for those just starting out in wire weaving but any previous experience working with wire will come in useful. Finished spiders measure just over one inch across.

The 9-page PDF file contains detailed color photographs and instructions for every step.

These spiders looks great on their own (second photo) and could be used as decoration for a Halloween party or as a pendant with a jump ring attached to the back for a chain to go through.


Materials (per earring):
- 51 cm (20 inches) of 20 gauge wire
- 61 cm (24 inches) of 26 gauge wire
- 1 fish hook style ear wire
- oxidizing agent (optional)

Tools:
- Wire cutters
- Round nose pliers
- Needle nose pliers

All wire gauges are standard AWG (American Wire Gauge).


Once ordered and paid for the tutorial will be available for download. You will be sent an email to the address associated with your Etsy account, with a link to the file. If you no longer use that email address you will still be able to access and download the files from your Purchases or Receipt page.

Note to EU customers - The European Union implemented new rules on value-added tax (VAT) for digital items earlier this year. The rules, which took effect on January 1, 2015, state that VAT on digital items delivered via automatic download will be taxed based on the country where the buyer is located, not where the seller is located. The rules apply to any shop selling digital items that can be automatically downloaded at the time of purchase to buyers in the EU, no matter where the shop is located. To be clear, EU buyers – not Etsy or Etsy sellers – will be paying VAT as part of their total purchase price.

Please see my terms and conditions for use of tutorials.

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