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Copper Wire Ear Rings


About this design:

Here are two pairs of ear rings and a group shot of all the of the wire ear rings I just made. Fortunately I didn't try to make them all in one day.

Components:

18 gauge copper wire, niobium ear wires

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  1. Nancy Mc
    Nancy Mc says:

    LRC..these are so cool! Is it hard to work with 18G,or not too bad,as it’s copper. (I’ve only worked with a few silver over copper head pins,but they were 22).

  2. Little Round Chick
    Little Round Chick says:

    I don’t find 18 gauge difficult to work with but I do a lot of work with 14 and 12 gauge. It hasn’t always been easy with the heavier wire. I started with 16ga just sorta crept up the heavier stuff…. :D

  3. Nancy Mc
    Nancy Mc says:

    Thanks,LRC. I’m going to have a try at this. I have some beads with very large holes,and may be fun to experiment.

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    K H says:

    Love the texture on the Greek keys. Btw, if you heat copper wire it becomes very pliable. Once the wire is shaped just lay it on the bench block and hammer to harden. I usually only use the 22 g to make headpins for fwp.

  5. Gemme Designs
    Gemme Designs says:

    You are a wire master!! Lovely all of them :D

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