Witchy Earrings Tutorial
Created by: Jaci Boston
Keep the saw blade well lubricated to create ease while sawing.
To avoid breaking your blades, keep the saw upright, without tilting, while you're sawing.
For perfect hole placement on the triangle, take extra time and care by using a ruler to measure and mark up where you want to punch your holes.
If you use a Sharpie® to mark up your metal, you can easily wipe it off with a polishing pad.
Don't worry if the edges of your triangles are jagged, you can file them to perfection.
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spool [use 9", cut six 1.5" pieces] 1 #40-099-08-6 Chain, Footage, Curb, 2.8mm
ea 1 #69-189 Cut Lube, 2oz
oz [use 6] 1 #37-136-6 Jump Ring, Round, 5mm
gross [use 2] 1 #34-173-6 Kidney Wire, 25mm
ea 1 #83-101 Sharpie®, Extra Fine Point
pkg of 6 [use 1] 1 #64-991-20-100 Sheet, 20 Gauge, 6x1"
#69-169-52 Knew Saw Frame, Cam-Lever, 5"
#69-257-1200 Polishing Paper, Wetordry™, 1200 Grit
#69-339-20 Saw Blade, #2/0
#69-261 Tool, Bench Block & Clamp
#69-271-99 Tool, Glitter, Four-Piece Set
#69-252-01-2 Tool, Flat File, 6", #2 Cut
#69-122 Tool, Mallet, Rawhide
#69-235 Tool, Metal Punch, Two Hole
#69-125 Tool, Steel 4" Square Block