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Topic: Necklaces I made for mum. Leopardy goodness  (Read 469 times)
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« on: May 29, 2009 06:57:32 PM »

So I told my mom I would make a necklace for her. She wanted a long one. I ended up making two. they go together as you can see. The only problem is my crimp beads seem to have disapeard. So i can't put a clasp on either yet. Anywhoo please tell me what you guys think













update: A. so being all stingy with my money I decided to forego the crimper pliers and try and just use good old needle nose pliers. I was quite proud of myself, I even put nice crim covers on the necklace. Well apparently I failed and my mum was taking the longer necklace off and the wire slipped out and a few beads fell. So is there a way to use needle nose pliers to erm crimp crimp beads *shudders, i hate redundancy* or would it just be easier for a novice like me to suck it up and get a crimper?
   B. Do my designs just totaly suck or what? I posted this awhile ago quite proud of it and have only revcieved on comment. I would really love some qruitiquing because i am debating doing jewelry as a side buisness.but if my designes suck or something it wouldnt be worth  my time.
C. forgive my spelling my cummputer seems to thinkthat everytime i type in the box the scroll bar needs to go eratic.
 








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« Reply #1 on: May 30, 2009 12:17:50 AM »

Love it, when I see it I hear african drums in my head.
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« Reply #2 on: May 30, 2009 07:42:53 AM »

hehe. yay. I was hoping the pattern and beads I used gave off a feel of sorts. I will definitely take tribal drums hehe. Cheesy
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