Sunday, May 8, 2016

Music Notes and Treble Clef Wire Jewelry Tutorials

By on Sunday, May 08, 2016 2 Comments

Know someone who loves music?  Then these music notes and treble clef wire jewelry tutorials are for you! First up is the video tutorial by Jocelyn D who shows the basic and popular treble clef shape. You can use the designs for either pendants or earrings.





Treble clef jewelry can also be made with either single or double wires. This lovely treble clef  double wire ear cuff earrings tutorial (scroll down) by Donna Spadafore of Gailavira Jewelry.  (There is a small fee for this tutorial).



Most challenging one of all is the music note and treble clef stud earrings simply because of the small size. This video tutorial is by I Make Stuff.







Treble clefs are by far the most popular musical symbol to use.  Consider using not just double wires but also wire weaving.  Adding a round bead at the bottom curl is another idea to make designs different. Similarly round beads can be added in the round spaces of quavers if one prefers to fill them in and add color.

Bass clefs are rarely used. But I think wire wrapping round beads to the main curve can incorporate the "colons".  Other symbols like the sharps and naturals (not shown) are also possible but will require soldering especially if they are to be stud earrings.


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2 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing these designs and tutorial. My daughter is a music teacher, and I am always looking for ideas to make jewelry for her.

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  2. Aren't those darling!

    I used to wear ear cuffs all the time. I think something like this might get me back in the habit again.

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