Handmade hematite and silver earrings by bees beads

Handmade hematite and silver earrings by bees beads

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Topaz crystal and brass findings by bees beads

Topaz crystal and brass findings by bees beads

Silver and pearl earrings by beads beads.

Silver and pearl earrings by beads beads.

Aquamarine and champagne colored bicones.

Aquamarine and champagne colored bicones.

Copper and green crystal earrings by bees beads

Copper and green crystal earrings by bees beads

Black crystals and ceramic focal bead earrings

Black crystals and ceramic focal bead earrings

Handmade wire wrapped amethyst crystal with silver butterfly by bees beads

Handmade wire wrapped amethyst crystal with silver butterfly by bees beads

Handmade crystal and silver necklace by bees beads.

Handmade crystal and silver necklace by bees beads.


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Magic Carpet Pendant featuring TierraCast Beaded 3-1 link, Turkish spacers, and Royal Bail. Design by Tracy Gonzales for TierraCast. Project sheet available.

Magic Carpet Pendant featuring TierraCast Beaded link, Turkish spacers, and Royal Bail. Design by Tracy Gonzales for TierraCast. Project sheet available.

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Reserved - Jewel Pendant ONLY - Lampwork Glass Bead with Sterling Silver Pendant

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DIY Wire Bracelet: DIY Jewelry: DIY Coral Memory Wire Bracelet

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CAGING A BEAD involves coiling the wire  and pulling it over a bead into a 'cage'. 1. Use a 12mm bead & 14" of 20 gauge or 0.8mm wire. 2. Coil each end of the wire into a tight spiral with flat nosed pliers. Leave 2" of space between each coil. 3. Thread an eyepin through the center hole of one spiral. 4. Put your bead on. 5. Bend the other spiral over the bead and thread it onto your eyepin. 6. Close your eyepin. 7. Pull the edges of the spirals together with your fingers so they cage the…

Caging a bead is actually a fairly simple technique. It involves coiling the wire into an S formation before centering your bead and pulling it up and over into a 'cage'.

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