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How To Make Metal And Leather Earrings

I enjoy making jewelry, I have been doing it for years. Recently I was introduced to Creative Edge, their CrossOver II die-cutting machine, and all the wonderful jewelry making materials from Makers Movement. It opened up a new level of creativity for me. 

The thing I find the most useful with the Crafter’s Edge CrossOver II die cutting machine is the ability to change the thickness of the channel that the materials run through. This isn’t the only remarkable thing about the CrossOver II. The rollers are made of steel, making the machine very durable. Then add the metal plate which makes cutting clean and also removes the wear and tear on the other sandwich layers, and you have one workhorse of a machine. I want to thank Maker’s Movement and Crafter’s Edge, both divisions of PMA Industries, for providing materials that were used in this post.


Follow along and learn how to make these earrings with the video tutorial below.

Video Tutorial:

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