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EarringsbyErin's Wire Jewelry Tutorial Giveaway

I have featured Australian wire artist, Erin of EarringsbyErin before. Many of her designs are increasingly influenced by New Zealand Maori art. Her wire jewelry tutorials certainly reflect her interest in swirly motifs.

Erin's back with a tutorial giveaway for a lucky winner!  Which would you choose?  Something for earrings or for a pendant?  Her earrings designs can also be used as a pendant.

One of my favorites is her bead cap tutorial.  It's hard to find just the right bead cap for a briolette. So why not a handmade wire one?


If you'd like to win a single free wire tutorial of your choice from  EarringsbyErinplease make a comment below. Make sure you leave contact info below if you do not have an online shop or blog.

Email subscribers need to scroll down the post they receive, click on Share Comment and enter your comment. Pick Name/URL. If you don't have a store or blog, leave the URL blank.

This giveaway is international.

Extra entries if you become or are a blog subscriber or follower etc. If you also do shout outs about this giveaway, those will count as additional entries too! Please say so in the comments. (The exception is Facebook - just like/comment on the giveaway status there!!)

It ends in a week's time at 6 pm EST Monday, March 30, 2020. I will pick the winner randomly and announce the results as soon as possible after. So be sure to leave a contact email if you don't have an online link or make sure you come back and check! Otherwise I will redraw in a week. Good luck!

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  1. Wow! These are beautiful and unusual!

  2. I would love to win the bead cap tutorial.
    It is beautiful!
    Thank you for the chance!

  3. Oh wow Pearl Erin’s designs are so gorgeous and detailed. I can only dream of having one of her tutorials. Beautiful beautiful craftsmanship!
    Love & Prayers
    Donna Lee Little

  4. Hi Pearl, Thank you for the opportunity to maybe win one of Erin's absolutely gorgeous tutorials.
    My favorite is the "Vintage Bead Cap"! So beautiful!
    Thank you,

  5. Erin's work is beautiful. I would love to win one of her tuts! If I'm the lucky winner contact me at

  6. That vintage bead cap is truly exquisite!! Looking for inspiration today and found it!! Thanks so much!

  7. Erin's work is spectacular. Having only wrapped a focal bead in a simple way, I'd love to learn from her Framed Cabochon tutorial. I've acquired several beautiful stone cabs lately that are deserving of special treatment.

    1. Erin's creations are beautiful! I would love to have one of her tutorials for earrings or pendants. Thank you for having this giveaway and showing us your beautiful jewelry.

  8. would be difficult to choose just one! awesome chance! H Rose Drummond blog and Facebook follower.

  9. Love some of her designs. Thank you for a chance to win one of her tutorials.

  10. All of her designs are fabulous. I'd be happy with any of them!

  11. Such exquisite artwork. I just love the intricate details, and look like heirloom jewelry. I am intrigued by all designs featured, but I have quite a selection of undrilled and unusually shaped cabs so the cab frame really speaks to me.
    I hope everyone is well, and continues to be during this madness. We need our art now more than ever, thank you for sharing.
    Catherine Barron
    Cathy's Saucy Treasures

  12. Very beautiful and intricate designs. I haven’t done anything this intricate before but I would love to try!

  13. Those are fabulous designs! Thanks for the opportunity to win! I’m a blog subscriber.

  14. The Koru - or Circle of Life - is such a beautiful part of New Zealand culture. When we visited there we saw it everywhere - from the unfurling silverferns to the art work - to gorgeous tattoos. Even Air New Zealand incorporates it on their planes.

    It's a perpetual motion that conveys the circle of life perfectly.

  15. You're right, the bead cap is outstanding. Beautiful work!

  16. I have wanted to learn Wire work for quite a while. That way I could make pendants for my Kumihimo jewelry. Dot Newkirk

  17. WOW! What AWESOME designs I would love to win so I can try one of these designs out thanks for the chance to win!

  18. Im a subscriber

  19. They are all beautiful, but I really like
    The Nefertiti Earring tut. Thanks for the chance to win the lovely tut.
    DoinWire at gmail dot com

  20. I would love to learn to make these beautiful pieces of art!
    letahhansen at gmail dot com

  21. I love your work. The "Vintage Bead Cap" is the tutorial I would choose. It is so unusual and beautiful. Thank you for offering this to us. Laurie Robinson, Bellingham, Washington USA!

  22. Such beautiful pieces! Erin’s work is gorgeous. Have been wanting to learn this art for a very long time and it would be a pleasure to work with her patterns in doing so. Thank you for the chance to win this.

  23. These are so beautiful! It would be hard to choose! Thanks for offering the opportunity to win one of these tutorials.


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