This DVD is
intended for beginners
who want to learn how to assemble wire jewelry. It focuses on
preferred method that can be mastered quickly to achieve high quality
results. Each lesson is followed by a detailed review to
demonstrate the method more closely. (sample scenes from
DVD in link below)
In this 42 minute DVD you can learn about:
- Making a loop, including
tools and wire
- Linking loops
- Making a cage around a bead
- Making a clasp
- Making earrings
- Wrapping a pendant or drop bead
These lessons have been taught by Dianna more than 50 times in Apple
The class also includes brief discussions of:
- Potential wire loop problems
- How to properly crimp wire
Audio Sample 2.wma
Scenes from DVD
This DVD teaches wire wrapping methods without focusing on a specific
design or pattern. The possibilities to design your own
jewelry are very broad depending on bead shapes, colors, &
sizes (and your imagination). For example, this picture shows
made using basic wire wrapping.
22-gauge non-tanish silver artistic wire wraps
together the lampwork beads, Swarovski crystals, and sterling silver
pieces (toggle clasp, headpin with dangling accent , bali beads
Click image to see the whole bracelet.
For longest DVD lifespan
- A former student had enjoyed Dianna's class, but had
forgotten some of the details. She bought the DVD, re-learned
from it, and came back to compliment Dianna on how easy it was to learn
from the detailed demonstrations. The DVD exceeded her
- A customer stopped Dianna in a favorite bead store and
thanked her for making the DVD. She was
happy! She really appreciated that the instructions were very
clear & easy to understand.
- A student told Dianna that the DVD taught her more
than anything before.
- "This DVD is really good. Send me several more
ASAP!" - Friendly local retailer
- Several people have commented on the
DVD's professional quality.
- Store disk properly when not in player.
- Keep disk away from heat.
- To unclamp disk from case, press in center.
Class DVD is region free. It uses English language and
Ratio. It's manufactured on high quality
Estimated lifespan exceeds 75 years when stored at 72 degrees F (room
temperature). DVD is expected to be compatible with 95% of
players, based on write speed, media type, and bit rate.
The case is a plain CD type design with a clear cover and a frosted
tray (142mm x 125mm x 5mm). Case & DVD are sealed in