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Stunning Silver Set Jewelry Project

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Stunning Silver Set Jewelry Project

Bracelet

Materials:

  • 24 gauge Silver plated Non-tarnish Artistic Wire - 1 spool
  • Sterling Silver Square Magnetic Clasp - 1 clasp
  • Sterling Silver Fancy Connectors - about 4 connectors
  • 5mm Sterling Silver Beads - about 5 beads
  • Soft Flex® Chain Nose Pliers
  • Soft Flex® Round Nose Pliers
  • Soft Flex® Flush Cutters

Steps:

  1. Use Soft Flex® Flush Cutters to cut 2 inches of wire to form a wire wrapped loop that attaches to one half of the clasp. String 1 Sterling Silver Bead and form a wire wrapped loop that attaches to 1 connector.
     
  2. Use 2 inches of wire to form a wire wrapped loop that attaches to the other side of the connector. String 1 Sterling Silver Bead and form a wire wrapped loop that attaches to another connector.
     
  3. Repeat Step 2 three times, attaching the final wire wrapped loop to the other half of the clasp.

Chandelier Earrings

Materials:

  • 24 gauge Silver plated Non-tarnish Artistic Wire - 1 spool
  • Sterling Silver Fancy Connectors - 2 connectors
  • 5mm Sterling Silver Beads - 16 beads
  • Round Post Earring - 1 Pair
  • Soft Flex® Chain Nose Pliers
  • Soft Flex® Round Nose Pliers
  • Soft Flex® Flush Cutters

Steps:

  1. Use Soft Flex® Flush Cutters to cut 2 inches of wire. Form a wire wrapped loop that attaches to 1 Earring Post. String 1 Sterling Silver bead and form a wire wrapped loop.
     
  2. Use 2 inches of wire to form a wire wrapped loop that attaches to the previous wire wrapped loop. String 1 Sterling Silver bead and form a wrapped loop that attaches to one end of 1 connector.
     
  3. Repeat Step 1. Repeat Step 2, attaching the final wire wrapped loop to the other end of the connector.
     
  4. Use 2 inches of wire to form a wire wrapped loop that attaches to the bottom left hole of the connector. String 1 Sterling Silver bead and wrap the wire up and around the bead and around the wire above the bead.
     
  5. Repeat Step 4 attaching the wire to the left middle hole of the connector. Repeat Step 4 attaching the wire to the right middle hole of the connector. Repeat Step 4 attaching the wire to the bottom right hole of the connector.
     
  6. Repeat Steps 1-5 to create a second earring.

Dangle Earrings

Materials:

  • 24 gauge Silver plated Non-tarnish Artistic Wire - 1 spool
  • Sterling Silver Fancy Connectors - 2 connectors
  • 5mm Sterling Silver Beads - 6 beads
  • Round Post Earring - 1 Pair
  • Fancy Head Pins - 2 Pins
  • Soft Flex® Chain Nose Pliers
  • Soft Flex® Round Nose Pliers
  • Soft Flex® Flush Cutters

Steps:

  1. Use Soft Flex® Flush Cutters to cut 2 inches of wire from the spool. Form a wire wrapped loop that attaches to 1 Earring Post. String 1 Sterling Silver bead and form a wrapped loop that attaches to the top hole of one connector.
     
  2. Use 2 inches of wire to form a wire wrapped loop that attaches to the bottom hole of the connector. String 1 Sterling Silver Bead and form a wire wrapped loop.
     
  3. Use 1 Fancy Head Pin to string 1 Sterling Silver bead. Form a wire wrapped loop that attaches to the second wire wrapped loop formed in Step 2.
     
  4. Repeat Steps 1-3 to create a second earring.


 

 

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