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Scrap Copper Wire Projects

I save all of my metal scraps from different projects - I don't throw much out.  I find that scraps are perfect for those days when you want to try something new.  Sometimes I have just enough to make little charms.  This time I had enough copper wire to make a cute bird pendant and two pairs of stud/post earrings.  The first pair are twisted wire sticks the second pair are braided hoops.  The earrings are a test project that I'll keep for myself.  Hmmm, I may make another pair in bronze and list them.






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