Riveted Earrings (Video Download)

Learn metal texturing, riveting, and wire-wrapping techniques to make Tracy Stanley's unique Riveted Earrings.
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Description
You'll have a great time with popular teacher and wire artist Tracy Stanley as you learn how to cut and texture a metal sheet, shape and wrap wire, then add rivets to your pieces. Learn the basics of metalsmithing and wirework and how to use the tools and techniques that will help you create quality pieces you can be proud of.
Bonus: A PDF with complete instructions for this project will accompany this download.

SKU: EP1134

Author/Speaker/Editor: Tracy Stanley

Format: Standard Definition Video

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Details
What you need:
  • 3x3" piece of 24-gauge copper sheet
  • 1x1" piece of 24-gauge sterling silver sheet
  • 3" of 14-gauge copper wire
  • 3" of 14-gauge sterling silver wire
  • 2' of 24-gauge sterling silver wire
  • 2 sterling silver 16-gauge jump rings
  • 2 eyelets, 1/8"
  • 1 pair of sterling silver ear wires
  • 2 Bali flower spacers with hole large enough for 14-gauge wire to fit through
  • Round-nose pliers
  • Chain-nose pliers
  • Flat-nose pliers
  • Flush wire cutters
  • Two-hole punch
  • Riveting hammer
  • Chasing hammer
  • Household type hammer
  • Plastic mallet
  • Steel bench block
  • Pro polishing pad
  • Liver of sulfur
  • Metal shears
  • Metal file
  • Ultra-fine permanent marker
  • Ruler, graphing type
  • Graph paper with 1/4" squares
  • Steel washers, screen, and wire
  • Size 0000 steel wool
  • Brass Precious Metal Clay texture plates
  • Decorative design metal stamps
  • Masking tape
Optional:
  • Fretz texturing hammers

SKU: EP1134

Author/Speaker/Editor: Tracy Stanley

Format: Standard Definition Video

Customer Reviews

Fantastic Review by Debra
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Love these ear rings can't wait to give them ago, the instruction look really easy to follow.

(Posted on 2/7/2014)

(Posted on 2/7/2014)