【Intermediate】Lavender-Colored Flower Earrings of Nail Polish | MIROOM
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【Intermediate】Lavender-Colored Flower Earrings of Nail Polish Flowers

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The next step after mastering the Beginner's lesson!
Asako Iwase teaches how to make a flower motif with gaps between the petals.




In this Intermediate Manicure Flower lesson,
you will learn how to make a lavender-colored flower, including the gaps between the petals.

After you master the beginner's class, it is time to challenge yourself with a hands-on lesson!

In the previous【Intermediate】Flower Hoop Earrings lesson,
Asako showed how to make a flower motif with 3 petals next to each other.

Once you master how to mold the gap between the petals,
you will be able to create a larger number of flower styles.

In this lesson, you will make detailed lavender-colored flowers
including the gaps between the petals and finishing it with a beautiful pearl in the center.

You will also learn:

◯Tips to make molding easier.
◯How to create a dent in the petal in order to add movement.
◯How to correctly attach the metal fittings to the earrings.

along with many other tips!

Molding the flowers with wire might sound difficult in the beginning,
but you can watch Asako do it step by step in the video and master the technique!



In this lesson, the earrings are made in lavender,
but you can change the entire style of the accessory with a different color.

Pink for spring, orange for sunny days, and so on.

There are so many color variations you could try!

Asako also teaches you how to attach the metal fittings to the earrings.
You will able to turn your original motif into a pair of earrings!

After mastering the variation of flower hoop earrings,
it is time to challenge yourself with the next lesson: Ribbon Earrings.

You will learn how to create an even more complex motif!
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