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Wire and Bead Butterfly Tutorial
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Create a bold, unique accessory with wire and beads. You can use this butterfly in a number of ways, including pendant, hair accessory, and more.
Sparkling Wire Butterfly Pendant Wire & Jewelry Making Tutorial Series T104
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This Sparkling Wire Butterfly Pendant is a variation of the Butterfly Wire Jewelry. The tutorial shows you a step by step guide on how to create loops and weave with bicone crystals and seed beads.... More > You are free to use any color of crystals and seed beads, and turn your butterfly’s wings with sparkle. I hope you will enjoy making the jewelry! The tutorial is catered for intermediate or anyone who loves to learn this basic weave. It has in-depth instructions and ultra-clear, close-up photos at each step. Additionally, you can ask me question you have on the tutorial. No more getting stuck and frustrated on a confusing or just plain inaccurate pattern.< Less
Celtic Knot Butterfly Connector Wire & Jewelry Making Tutorial Series G3
eBook (ePub): $3.99
Here’s another jewelry connector that can be used in any of your jewelry project ideas; make it bigger for pendants or bracelet connectors and smaller for earrings. This joint project from... More > Grace Zarfati and XQDesigns will teach you how to create a butterfly using a simple wire looping technique. You can also play with colors and use different colors of wire and use the butterflies as charms for your bracelet. Even kids will get attracted and would like their moms to make one for them. In this tutorial, an example of simple long earring can be created using the connector. The tutorial is catered for beginners or anyone who loves to learn this basic weave. It has in-depth instructions and ultra-clear, close-up photos at each step. Additionally, you can ask me question you have on the tutorial. No more getting stuck and frustrated on a confusing or just plain inaccurate pattern.< Less
An Incompetent Gardener's Tale
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In 1972 I fell in love with an ancient Elizabethan thatched cottage in the Hampshire countryside, which was surrounded by an area of grass, three ancient trees but no garden. “An Incompetent... More > Gardener’s Tale” is not so much about gardening as about creating what is now, some forty years later, a mature garden. The Tale is also about the animals, birds and insects I have welcomed into my haven for wild life. Over the years my ever-ready camera has recorded many of these visitors (some more welcome than others) and these photographs are part of my story. But these animals are strictly excluded from my new raised bed vegetable plot, including, by a wire roof, the pigeons, but alas not the cabbage white butterflies! And then there are my successes, and just as important my failures, in choosing and growing the garden’s shrubs, trees and plants. Not for me are ‘New Age’ gardens, as you will see in ‘Fads and Fancies’. My garden diaries, kept over the years, proved indispensible.< Less
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