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【Intermediate】 Flower Hoop Earrings of Nail Polish Flowers

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Once you've mastered the beginner level, try this tutorial!
The instructor will demonstrate how to make a flower motif with multiple petals.




In this tutorial, intended as an intermediate-level lesson,
the instructor explains how to create hoop earrings with two dangling flowers.

It's time to finally try your hand at full-fledged nail polish flowers!

Previous tutorials geared towards beginners have covered simple motifs in shapes like teardrops and circles,
but this video will show how to create a flower with three petals.

Simple designs are also cute,
but with three-petaled flowers, the accessory becomes even more elegant.

This tutorial focuses on how to make hoop flower earrings,
using pastel green and white. It also includes points on:

◯How to form the petals so they appear to droop
◯What to pay attention to when applying color on multiple petals
◯Tips on attaching designs to hoop earring findings

and more.

Using wire to form flowers is rather complicated, so it can be difficult in the beginning,
but follow each step in the video carefully and practice the technique!



In the video, the flowers are colored with pastel green and white,
but use your favorite color combinations to make your own!

Depending on the colors, the overall impression of the design changes,
so please try it out with various shades!

The instructor also explains how to attach your design onto earring findings,
so you can create earrings with your own original artwork.

After you've mastered how to create a multi-petaled flower motif with the Flower Hoop Earrings video,
try the next tutorial, "Lavender-Colored Earrings"

This lesson explains how to make a flower motif featuring non-overlapping petals,
how to apply a pearl to the center of the blossom, and more!
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