"Learn to Make Unique Beaded Earrings with Free eBook"
For Immediate Release Learn to Make Unique Beaded Earrings with Free eBook from Beading Daily New eBook, How to Make Earrings: 5 Free Jewelry Projects, offers great projects for all skill levels—from beginners to experienced enthusiasts Loveland, Colo., July 10, 2009: Fashionistas and jewelry aficionados who love beaded earrings can learn to make their own with the new free eBook, Jewelry Making with Beading Daily— How to Make Earrings: 5 Free Jewelry Projects. The eBook is now available online only from BeadingDaily.com, a popular website and online community from Interweave, publisher of Stringing, Step by Step Beads, Step by Step Wire Jewelry, Jewelry Artist, and Beadwork magazines. Download the free eBook at: http://www.beadingdaily.com/5-Free-Earring-Projects This jewelry project collection offers five different earring patterns for a wide range of skill levels, with complete step-by-step instructions and detailed photos to ensure success in completion. In addition, each of the beaded earring designs comes with a handy list of the techniques involved in making the earrings, required materials and tools, and resources for supplies. The back of the ebook includes helpful illustrations for all the basic techniques beaders will need—stringing, crimping, wrapped loops, netting, and fringe—so earring-lovers can download the eBook and get started right away. Beaded earrings are budget friendly and add that punch of personality to any outfit. Plus, they're fun to make and take almost no time at all. In crafting circles they’re known as “instant gratification” projects because they often can be made in 15-30 minutes (or less). Beaded earrings also make a perfect project for new enthusiasts or gift-giving because they are one-size- fits-all. Whether you choose to make all of these beaded earrings patterns, or have a special favorite you can't get enough of, Jewelry Making with Beading Daily—How to Make Earrings: 5 Free Jewelry Projects is sure to be the eBook you turn to again and again for great jewelry design ideas. From seed bead jewelry to Indian earrings to unexpected pearl earrings that defy convention, be prepare to be inspired with Jewelry Making with Beading Daily—How to Make Earrings: 5 Free Jewelry Projects. Projects in the eBook include: Beaded Jewelry Design #1: Copper Caper Earrings - by Carole Rodgers Your beaded earring exploration begins with this quick and easy pair of trendy earrings by Carol Rodgers. Combine copper and silver for a modern pair of earrings. Instructions for the matching multi-strand necklace may be found in the March/April 2009 issue of Step by Step Beads. Carole is an internationally known jewelry designer and is an expert in the field of beading. Start this pair of mixed metal beaded earrings today, and wear them out on the town tonight! Beaded Jewelry Design #2: Crystal Corona Earrings - by Pilar Burg Don't be afraid of color! Punch up the look of that little black dress or a simple t-shirt with this fun seed bead jewelry project from Pilar Burg. The materials (crystal bicones, seed beads, ear wires) for these easy earrings are common ones you're likely to have in your stash already or could easily purchase at your local bead shop. Once you have mastered the pattern, create the matching pendant in the May/June 2009 issue of Step by Step Beads. Beaded Jewelry Design #3: Indian Summer Earrings - by Jill MacKay A great complement to Jill's Indian Summer Necklace in the August/September 2008 issue of Beadwork. These stunning beaded earrings feature an eye-catching combination of pearl, stone, seed, and silver beads and findings. Most earrings use headpins or wires; these actually feature beading wire and crimps, making them perfect for beginners who have mastered the basics of stringing. Beaded Jewelry Design #4: Unexpected Pearl Earrings - by Denise Peck Keshi pearls throw a wrench in your expectations of pearl jewelry designs. Because of their irregular shapes, they look great when paired with a rougher, more organic metal setting. This five-minute earring project is a project from the 2008 fall issue of Step by Step Wire Jewelry and come from our very own editor in chief, Denise Peck. Beaded Jewelry Design #5: Hydrangea Earrings - by Kelli Burns One of the easiest ways to create floral earrings is to use flower-shaped beads like the crystals in Kelli Burns's Hydrangea Earrings. Make them pop with pink or find floral components in a range of other colors, including neutral shades of gray, brown and navy. Using florals in neutral shades is a way to up the sophistication level and create seed bead jewelry that is perfect in conservative settings. The eBook is available exclusively on BeadingDaily.com at: http://www.beadingdaily.com/5-Free- Earring-Projects ### SOURCE: INTERWEAVE Websites www.Interweave.com www.BeadingDaily.com About Interweave Interweave, a unit of Aspire Media, is one of the nation’s largest and most respected arts and craft media companies, with businesses in magazine and book publishing, online media, television and video programming, directories, and events. The Interweave Publishing Group features 18 subscription magazines and many more special interest newsstand publications sold on newsstands nationwide. Interweave has more than 250 books in print and annually publishes about 40 how-to books on the same subjects as the company’s magazines. Linda Ligon founded the company in the 1970s when she began publishing Handwoven and Spin-Off magazines. 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