Vintage Owl Tutorial, Wire Wrapping Necklace Tutorial

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Description

This Vintage Owl Tutorial is an instant download listing. After completing the purchase  you will be able to download tutorial at once.

Making this necklace doesn’t require glue or solder. I would recommend this tutorial for intermediate jewelry maker. Nevertheless, if you are ambitious beginners it may suits you as well!

The process of making these ring is presented in 23 easy to follow parts and illustrated with 55 pictures and graphics.

list of materials for Vintage Owl Tutorial:

This is the list of materials and tools necessary to make 1 necklace.
•I’ve used oxidized copper to create this earrings, but it can be any other wire –brass, copper, silver or gold-filled.

78 inches (around 2 meters) of 28 gauge wire (0.3mm in diameter)

25 inches (or 61 cm) of 20 gauge wire (0.8mm in diameter)

12 inches (30 cm) of 22 gauge wire (0.6mm in diameter)

2 pyrite beads (for eyes) and 1 grey cat’s eye bead – size 6mm
4 gemstoe beads – size 4mm
2 gray faux pearl beads – size 3mm
1 copper bead xsize 3mm
4 copper beads – size 2,5 mm
•round-nose pliers
•wire cutters
•flat nose pliers

ABOUT OXIDATION:

Important so please do read. I do not show how to oxidize your wires in the tutorial (but then you don’t need your wires to be oxidized!). In fact if you want to oxidize your copper wires, you just have to buy liquid which oxidized silver (with instructions;). I usually use such liquid to oxidize copper as well as silver. After oxidiation it is good to  clean and polish your wires or the whole piece. I don’t put this information in my tutorials so if you have any questions about oxidation or about tutorial – do not hesitate to contact me!

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