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Beginning Jewelry Beaded Earrings with Wire Art
In this one time class, I will teach your teenager to make a basic pair of beaded wire earrings.
In this jewelry class we will be working with learning how to make a basic pair of beaded earrings. I will be also be discussing various types of ear wires and earrings. I hope to equip your student with some basic metal skills so that they can continue creating and experimenting on their own and possibly take more advanced classes later. I will be encouraging some group discussion as we create together in a positive and encouraging environment. Because of the nature of this class, I...
I have been a silver and goldsmith for the past 10 years and started making jewelry with designs like those I now teach to children and teens. I have also taught several homeschool art and metalsmithing classes over the past 13 years.
Eye pins in any design and color that your student likes. 2" is best because it leaves extra room for practice. French ear wires in any design they choose. It's probably best to match the color/metal that you chose for the eye pins. Selection of different beads of student's choice (Make sure the bead holes are large enough to fit over the eye pins but that the holes aren't too big and would fall off the bottom of the pin.) Round Nose pliers Flat nose pliers basic wire cutters for jewelry (It's much easier to made earrings with separate tools but to save money you can purchase a 3 in 1 Tool from Bead Landing or any craft store brand instead of the 2 pliers and wire cutters. Make sure that all 3 are included in the tool.) *All of these items can usually be found in the jewelry section of any craft store such as Michael's or Hobby Lobby.
Meet the teacher
Hi, I am a silversmith, jewelry designer, and a mother of three teenagers. I really enjoy watching children explore their creativity while supplying practical hands on instruction to help them grow in their ability. As a homeschooling mother,...
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