- “Really cute and easy to make. Great project for beginners. I gave them for Christmas ornaments, but plan to leave them for Valentine’s Day or all year. ” Received 19 December 2017.
- “Thank you so much! I made my first little heart last night…wonderful instructions:)”
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Level: This tutorial is suitable for beginner makers with little or no experience of copper wire work.
File Size: 15.32MB.
Number of Pages: 40.
Number of Photographs: 30.
Materials Needed: Copper wire, variety of size and coloured beads, metal flex wire or fishing line, crimp beads, grade 0000 wire wool, liver of sulphur, hard wax or other varnish.
Tools Needed: Nylon jaw pliers, metal file, wire cutters, flat nose pliers, bench block, domed jewellers hammer, nylon hammer, glass container, tweezers, rubber gloves, safety goggles, cotton rag for buffing cloth, jewellers polishing cloth, crimp pliers.
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Author and Designer: Nicola of Earth Balance Craft
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