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This is wonderful Carolyn-I especially like the drop pearl necklace!.
Haleullajh! I needed this-you’re my savior.
LOVE EVERY MINUTE OFWORKING WITH BEADS. YOUR TEACHING AND COURSES ARE WONDERFUL. MAY YOU CONTIUE TO BE SUCC
ESSFUL AND GIVE INSPIRATION TO OTHERS. GOOD LUCK.
Thank you so much! It is a pleasure to me to share what I have learned with others so they can enjoy it as I do. Keep being creative!
You’re creations are awesome and inspiring! Thank you for sharing.
I’m a beginner in working with jewelry and have a question:
What do you use to add/hold the pearls/stones into the main bracelet? I mean f.e. the Dangling bracelet, ChaCha with Chain, navy/cream pearls.
Mmmh, sorry for my English. I’m from Europe and speak German ;-).
Thank you for your kind words and I am so glad you are enjoying my jewellery designs. I specialise in teaching beginners so most of the pieces on my blog are easy enough for beginners to make!
I use head pins to attach beads to chain for the dangling or charm bracelets. The ChaCha bracelet uses head pins to attach the beads to stretch cord.
I have a book that will be available in April that has photos and diagrams along with written instructions so although English isn’t your first language, I think you would be able to work out how to make the pieces. If you keep a watch on my blog, as soon as the book is available I will post it and hopefully you can get it wherever you live!
Thank you for writing. I enjoy hearing about others and what they are doing!
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