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How to Make a Heart Head Pin and Pendant Tutorial


Making your own head pins not only saves you money, but you will also be able to have unique handmade ones.

I really like this simple heart head pin tutorial by Canadian designer  Cheryl St Pierre of majesticwireartworksShe makes really tight and even wire scrolls.

This instructor teaches wire newbies well as she takes her time to show how to achieve those neat turns. You can use a marker pen to temporarily mark where you need to bend the wire for the bottom of the heart.



Here is a wonderful example of how to use her heart pin and create a simple yet elegant pendant :



You can support Cheryl through her Patreon.

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5 comments:

  1. Hi, Pearl, hope you're doing well! I've made many of Cheryl's designs (and my customers reeeeeally like them). I found that once I'd practised enough and achieved what I call "finger memory", her designs seem to make themselves.

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    1. Practice is certainly the key to make consistent and good wire designs. Glad you like Cheryl's work as much as I do!

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  2. These are really pretty headpins. They add that oomph that just makes the design!

    Thanks for sharing Pearl.

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  3. I watch Cheryl's YouTube channel and always find something new I could use in my work! She's one of those who share selfishly!

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  4. This is a sweet idea to enhance any jewelry project.

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