Spiro Pendant Class Preview
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This video is one of the first videos I saw on this site and it made me want to make these and sign up here. I am so glad that I did because I have learned so much from this instructor and all of the other wonderful instructors. They are clear, concise and very professional. I have not made these yet, but I can't wait to make them because I think they combine bling with Steampunk. AWESOMENESS! LOVE THEM! :)
This was my first video class on Beaducation. As a result, I have made several orders and made (and sold!) many of these pendants. Some of them are on chains but they were also popular on beads. Lisa does a nice job of explaining each step and with practice, it's fun and easy to do! These are creations no one has seen where I live :-)
Love this video and the jewelry you can make with it. I love their classes and it's nice to have the visual where you can stop and repeat if necessary. They are so pretty when you're done. It's pretty easy too.
I remember seeing this necklace and wanting to make it, figuring it would be very complicated. Lisa breaks the videos down into segments and makes it very easy to understand. I was surprised how easy it really was to make this necklace. It's been very popular with my customers.
This is an awesome tutorial..so precise and easy to follow!
I took a class for making a spiral pendant during a summer Beadfest in Philly with Lisa Niven Kelly. It was a fantastic class and would love for Beaducation to come back to the Philly Beadfast sometime!
Thanks for this video. I saw some of this on Beads, Baubles, and Jewels and went looking for this. I love the video. It is very informant without being to crazy. I need to get all the supplies and start to try and do this. I have never beaded before but I think I can do this. Only question is, I have a daughter her turns silver black and I was wondering does this wire come in something not silver based.
Lisa Niven Kelly, thank you. You provide such a great class. Your instructions are so clear, along with being well paced. I really enjoyed the "real" attitude when you are demonstrating, showing how to correct common creation gotcha's and also the advice you provide from your own past "discoveries"! (i.e. like no tumbling finished project with crystal….loved it!)
I will indeed be to doing this one.
Loved it. Cheers