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Barnyard Girls

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One of the quirkiest wire jewelry projects you're likely to come across, these Barnyard Girls earrings feature adorable hen beads with whimsical wire feet! Learn how to bend wire to create the look of chicken feet with this step-by-step wire jewelry tutorial. Friends will get a kick out of these wacky wire earrings, and they'll all want a pair for themselves! This fun project is great inspiration for finding new and interesting ways to use wire in your jewelry designs.

Barnyard Girls
Barnyard Girls
This image courtesy of milllanestudio.blogspot.com.au

Project Type: Make a Project

Bead Type: Glass

Time to complete: Under an hour

Bead Technique Used: Chainmail/Wirework

Bead Project Type: Earrings

Difficulty Level: Easy

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