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Wednesday, September 21, 2011

Check my Birds Nest with amazing blue glass pearls eggs

Amazing handmade by Nadin Art Design Crocheted wire birds nest with eggs inside
perfect jewelry findings for making rings, earrings, pendant or decorate..

Jewelry birds nest with eggs
all info about these beautiful birds nest you can found on my etsy store, please click the link below Handmade little crochet birds nest

Friday, September 16, 2011

2012 Autumn collection of Transparent Leaves Head Pins

Hello my friends,
This my new amazing colored collection of handmade Lampwork Glass headpins beads with drops on the end of each leaf.

This set of 4 beautiful leaves with drops headpins made of 4 colors Blue, Green, Yellow and red transparent colors perfect for autumn style of jewelry .

You can see more and by them from my ETSY store Nadin Art Design

Also you can order more then one color of leave by email me to info @ or live post on my facebook page

have you nice autumn days ;)

Saturday, September 10, 2011

My First Steps to make Unique Jewelry of beads and headpins

Unique Enamel red ball on the end headpins made of copper

The basic equipment needed to begin working with beads is very simple.
At first, probably the only items you will need to buy especially will be a good pair of pliers and, probably, a pair of metal snips.
On etsy store you can buy including wire cutters, round-nosed pliers and snipe-nosed pliers.
You will also need beading needles and some small, sharp sewing scissors.
Remember to choose a thread that is suitable for the beads you are using.

The piece of fine wire used in place of a beading needle; nylon twine, which can be used with large-holed beads; silver and gold elastic thread, which is perfect for quick bracelets and anklets; tiger tail (plastic-coated wire), which is usually finished off with calotte crimps; monofilament, which is easy to use but not suitable for lightweight beads; and linen cord, which is available in a variety of colors and looks good simply knotted before and after attractive beads.