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Recycled Copper Jewelry

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For earring construction, you'll need copper Pandora Silver Heart Gray Charm 166 earring hooks, which you can find in craft stores or online. From there, you can use the thin copper wiring Pandora Silver Heart Gray Charm 166 from your built in household appliances to add beads, stones, feathers or other decorative items to the earrings. You can also bend the copper to make fun zigzags or circular shapes [source: Bloglander].

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To make recycled copper broaches or pins, you can find copper backings and clasps at the craft store or Elsa Peretti Sevillana Hoop Earrings online. You can flatten large pieces or embed designs using a jewelry hammer [source: Lewton Brain]. Then attach the backings to the jewelry using metal glue or by soldering.