Wire Writing Secrets
The art of wire writing inside english alphabet. Design Personalized Wire Name Jewelry using this particular exclusive craft. Fully explained with diagrams and information. Learn how to get Name necklaces (Pendants) and Name Pins. These Unique Names you can sell at craft markets and they are Guaranteed to make everyone money. Heres a quick preview of what you will have at your fingertips: Starter Tools, and Tools to use for the Professional (Pages 6 10) Different types of Wire you can use and Stiffness of wires (Pages 10 12) How to grip and position the Pliers (Pages 12 14) Commonly used Wire Bends and Loops in letters (Pages 16 24) How to make All Capital letters A to Z with full diagrams and instructions (Pages 26 74) How to make All Lower Case letters a to z with full diagrams and instructions (Pages 76 125) How to Embellish your name with a heart symbol (Page 127) Step-by-step instructions on how to make a Name Pendant (Page 130) Step-by-step instructions on how to make a Name Pin (Page 135) How to make Special Combinations of letters (Pages 138 142) Stall / Booth setup (Pages 145 147) Selling your Names (Pages 148 149) How to make the Numbers 0 9 in wire (Pages 150 160) Appendix Suppliers (Pages 161 162)
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