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Promise Pin Tutorial

Use 26-gauge wire to lash the beads to the pin back. Cut the chain into two pieces: 5-1/2" and 6-1/2" in length.

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A Dog's Night Out Collar Tutorial

Whether it be the park or the opera, your pooch will prance in style with this custom and personalized doggie necklace.

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Lampwork Glass BeadPen Tutorial

Simply unscrew the top of the pen, add the desired large-hole beads of your choice and screw the top back on!

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Happy Travelers Earrings Tutorial

As the Remover of Obstacles, and Lord of Beginnings, Ganesh is a popular charm or talisman for travelers. Combine this auspicious symbol with Maneki Neko, the beckoning kitty who welcomes good fortune and friends, and you have a winning combination to wear while planning future travel, even if you can't travel anywhere exciting right now.

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Luna Pearl Earrings Tutorial

If fluttering wings are your favorite things then you'll love using some pale blue larimar, aquamarine or chalcedony with TierraCast's silvery moth charms to whip up some wonderful whimsy for your Spring wardrobe!

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Man in the Maze Earrings Tutorial

String three 8mm round gemstone beads on an eye pin. Finish the end of the eye pin with a wrapped loop; snip off the excess eye-pin tail.

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Marquise Tears Earrings Tutorial

Cut two 1-3/4" sections of chain. Cut four 1-1/2" sections of chain. Add one small and one medium Apatite bead to a ball-end head pin.

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Mermaid's Wand Earrings Tutorial

Using the 26-gauge wire, make a large wrapped loop, attach the acetate stick and finish wrapping.

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Ode to Bajor Ear Cuff Tutorial

Cut chain pieces to desired length. Slip the chain ends under the last rhinestone links on each end of the rhinestone chain, and use chain-nose pliers to fold the prongs over the edges of the stones.

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On the Bias Corrugated Metal Earring Tutorial

Corrugate the metal blanks by feeding them through the Tube-Wringer on the diagonal. Squeeze the hand grip to maintain even pressure while turning the turn key.

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Passage To India - Coin Earrings Tutorial

These verdigris coin earrings are a beautiful combination of metal and gemstones, with a hint of sparkle. This beginner project requires only a few basic jewelry-making tools and can be completed quickly.

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Pulse Earrings Tutorial

Determine placement of vinyl heishi beads, and mark each dot with an extra-fine point Sharpie. Punch holes in the brass blanks with the cutting end of the Crafted Findings tool.

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Rainbow Rider Earrings Tutorial

Use a jump ring to add the the sterling unicorn charm to the bottom hole of the 12mm crystal Rainbow Dark drop.

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Reason to Wrap Earrings Tutorial

Select your beads and arrange a nice pattern around the earring hoop. Wrap wire a few times around the hoop, add a bead, wrap 3 times, add another bead, wrap 3 times...

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Swarovski Trio of Opulent Earrings Tutorial

For the dragon drop earrings, use a ball-end head pin, and add an elongated baroque crystal pearl, a 4mm Swarovski crystal bead, a dragon bead, and another crystal bead. Form a simple loop, and add ear wire.

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GO TEAM! Seahawks Colors Key Ring

Two of the best things about TierraCast's stepped charms with crystals, are their large bail loop (that can slide directly onto 2.4mm ball chain), and the awesome assortment of colors.

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Black Bandit Bracelet Tutorial

Use your favorite 8mm beads and adjust the number of beads for a perfect fit. The finished length of this bracelet is 8.5".

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Hearts Across the States Keychain Tutorial

Create a custom key chain with 2 home cities hand-stamped on a USA blank!

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Simple Silk Swag Men's Magnetic Earrings Tutorial

Cut the post portion off the rivoli earring finding. File the back until you have an approximately 4-5mm flat spot (about the same diameter as the earring magnet).

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Steel Empire Chain Maille Bracelet Tutorial

This is a variation of the standard Byzantine weave, called Byzantine with 3 connectors. I wanted to use all stainless steel for this bracelet, but the aspect ratio (wire diameter vs inside diameter) of the 6mm stainless steel jump rings would have created a loose weave if I had followed the normal Byzantine weave pattern.

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