Part 2 of 3
I like to quote this saying every chance I get - " To teach is to learn twice"- Joseph Joubert, French author (1755-1824). We often experience that at beading workshops and parties as rank beginners astound us with different ideas and approaches.
As they are new to the craft, they are also unaware of limits. This can be an asset when it comes to creating. It's like watching a young child easily solve a Rubik's cube. Their minds are unfettered with the what ifs and the uncertainties. They just do it.
So I have published another hub page, Earring Design Ideas which features some of the hundreds of beginner designs I have written about over the years as well as some of my own. Although there is beginner section on how to make basic earrings, the rest of the hub is organized so that these designs inspire others to move beyond simple dangles. Suggested tutorial posts are also grouped accordingly.
I hope you'll find it useful.
For more tutorials check out my Jewelry Making Tips
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