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6th-Apr-2007 05:58 pm
If I were to make movie canon Luna Earrings like the ones on this picture:



How many of you would be interested in buying them and how much would a reasonable price be? (Keep in mind, 3-dimensional beading takes a lot of time)

It takes too much time for me to do but here's a tutorial instead! :)



You'll need seed beads two earing hooks and about a yard and a half of beading thread.
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6th-Apr-2007 11:11 pm (UTC)
I would love to buy some, and I would be willing to pay $10 a pair, with maybe $2 for shipping. Does that sound fair? I'd want to see them before I bought them, anyway.
7th-Apr-2007 02:23 am (UTC)
Nevermind, making them takes too much time to make it a profit but I did make a tutorial which I now have posted above :)
7th-Apr-2007 03:05 am (UTC)
Thanks for posting the tutorial! I could never have figured out how to make it on my own, so this is the next best thing to buying a pair! I really appreciate it.
7th-May-2007 11:37 pm (UTC)
I finally started making my radish earrings, but I have a question for you. What brand beading thread do you use? All I ever see is beading wire, and I tried to use that but it's too thick. You definitely don't use wire, right?
7th-Apr-2007 12:33 am (UTC)
I would definitely be interested in buying some..... I've been looking for some for a while now.

I agree with iowagirl11 on the price and wanting to see them before I bought them.
7th-Apr-2007 02:23 am (UTC)
Nevermind, making them takes too much time to make it a profit but I did make a tutorial which I now have posted above :)
7th-Apr-2007 03:07 am (UTC)
Thanks for the tutorial! I've been looking for either someone to make the earrings for me, or a tutorial on how to make them beaded and I think this one might just do the trick!

Is it possible to put a bigger bead on the inside of the radish to help it hold it's shape or is it too small for that?
7th-Apr-2007 03:08 am (UTC)
It is very possible, in fact, I would highly recommend it.
7th-Apr-2007 04:08 am (UTC)
THANK YOU so much for the tutorial.

My friend sarahcoldheart who is Singapore's Luna will greatly benefit from this tutorial when she make her new Raddish Earrings.
7th-Apr-2007 08:01 am (UTC)
Yes!! YES! Thanks for the tutorial! I'm going to have to practice and make them!
7th-Apr-2007 02:46 pm (UTC) - THANK YOU
Anonymous
You are awesome hewtab! I can't thank you enough for the tutorial...can't wait to give it a try. Never done anything like this before I have a feeling mine will resemble bazaar carrots.

LurkerB
7th-Apr-2007 03:47 pm (UTC)
Thank you thank you thank you! I'd been thinking about how I was going to make my earring, but this tutorial will save me a lot of time.

Just one nitpick - I'm fairly sure the leaves of the radishes are actually made of two colour beads: both dark and light green, in stripes.

But anyway. Thanks for the tutorial, will try it out soon!
21st-Jun-2007 02:38 pm (UTC)
wow this tutorial is amazing! I was wondering, would it be alright if I put a link to this page on www.craftster.org? The credit would all go to you. Alot of people are curious about how to make these earrings so it would be awesome if I could share this with them. Please message me back. thank you!
12th-Jul-2007 01:55 pm (UTC)
are her earrings orange, like in the book, or just an orangey red? regardless, i'll probably make them orange.
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