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Hello, this is a good article. Thanks.
Thanks Manni for coming by to alittlebitofcraft.blogspot.com
These do look lovely - wow! I really would like to try my hand at jewelry making with metal.Sarah @ A Cat-Like Curiosity
Hi Sarah, Thanks for stopping by and checking out my jewelry. Working with metal is pretty simple if you get the right kind of stuff to work with. Good luck!
Hi Mikaila,Stopping by from Welcome Wednesdays. I Love your work. I took jewelry making in college and it was so much fun!
That's cool you took a class. I would love to. I am just a beginner but love putting things together. Thanks for coming by.
Ooo! I've been wanting to do this! Stopping by from Show and Share Wednesdays - how do you manipulate the wire? Newest follower - I'd love a follow back if you like moetalksalot.blogspot.com
Hi, you should try out a few different wires. I think I use 20 gauge and it is pretty pliable so not too hard to work with. Thanks for coming by! Mikaila at alittlebitofcraft.blogspot.com
Hi, I'm a new follower from "Welcome Wednesday"!xo,Gwenhttp://junior-executive.blogspot.com
Gwen, thanks for following and stopping by!Mikaila at alittlebitofcraft.blogspot.com
Your beautiful jewelry gave me an idea for making Christmas ornaments. Thank you for sharing!
You are welcome, I am so happy!
Really cute Mikaila!
Mikaila,These are beautiful. Thanks so much for sharing at last Wednesday's Adorned From Above Link Party. This weeks party is live. The link to the party ishttp://www.adornedfromabove.com/2012/11/wednesdays-adorned-from-above-link_14.htmlCan't wait to see you there.Have a great week.Debi @ Adorned From Above