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Elegant Pearl Pendant

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This Elegant Pearl Pendant from Emi Harrington is a great addition to your jewelry collection.  Pearl pendants like this are great for any occasion and they're so easy to make. 

 

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I am appalled at the petty comments made regarding this tutorial. This crafter was sharing how she mae her project and it certainly gave those of us that do not have "the correct tools" the knowledge that we do not have to be professionally outfitted to make this, or a similar project, but can use the tools we may have at hand. Personally, it gave me the desire to try it and gave my imaginative juices a spark. Personally, I want to thank her for sharing her technique and let her know her information was very hellpful and gave me some ideas for my own project.

Emi Harrington Thank you for the great idea and how to. and i don't think you did a bad job at all and if your new or not at making jewelry. if some don't like the way you did it then they can do it there way. Thanks again

girls, girls, a bit of compassion please. I wouldn't say she was unprofessional, only that she seems to be a beginner. she might prefer the untidy look... and you have to admit that the pendant is nice and creative. she did explain things thoroughly, and the eye holding the pearl was well done. and yes, when making a public tutorial, you should use the correct tools and terms. also emi, it is professional to give a proper list of materials: what size bead? what was the wire made of (silver, alpaca etc)? what diameter should the round handle be, to make the round frame for the bead? aproximately is good enough if you mention variations in the type of bead you use, it would be very convincing to show pictures of one of these variations... and also pictures of the finished necklace and earrings.

i think she did a good job and i will try this. I think the only reason some didn't like it, is because they don't think they can do it. It looked to me that she used fat wire, so if you want to make this just make sure the wire you use, will work with the pearl or bead your going to use.

very sloppy and unprofessional looking

I think she should take a few lessons in real jewelry making! She was using an ELECTRICAL chain nose pliers! That is the first no-no in tools. Her loops and wraps are sloppy and very untidily finished. You don't have to be a genious or have expensive tools to make nice jewelry, but if you are selling things and instructing others, you should at least know the correct techniques, tools and terms.

It was nice that she share her idea and if your as good as you say then you can take her idea and make it your way and be happy she shared her idea

Would like to see the photo of finished projects before watching video...

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