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Old 2016-09-30, 3:00pm
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Lightbulb CLEAR WINDOWS ON ETCHED BEADS, The easy way.

My new tutorial is ready



This tutorial is a visual guide that will take you through all the steps necessary in order to achieve an etched bead with clear bubbles or flat windows.

Both beads shown in the picture above will be created in this tutorial.

For the beginner to the advanced artist.

The Pdf file contains:

- 43 pages
- High quality large pictures
- Step by step instructions for both beads
- Etching guide

It is available on Etsy or on my website:

https://www.etsy.com/shop/MagmaBeads?ref=pr_shop%2F

http://www.magmabeads.com/product-category/tutorials/

Thank you for looking

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Old 2016-09-30, 3:10pm
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Great looking technique.

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This is a wonderful tutorial and I thank you for sharing.
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Old 2016-10-03, 1:49pm
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Thank you I hope you enjoy it, please post some pictures of your results if you can
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Old 2016-10-05, 5:34pm
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Trying to do this correctly this time.

I am adding a picture of a bead I made using this tutorial. I will have to say it is not a great bead but it was the maker, not the author of the tutorial. Regis does an outstanding job of writing tutorials. I had a problem because some of the glass I was using was an irregular batch but then Regis talked me through everything. His customer service is excellent. He really backs up his products and is such a pleasure to deal with.

Now to try making some great beads using this tutorial.
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Old 2016-10-08, 1:00am
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Just bought this, I am excited to try it!!
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Brilliant!!!! Thank you for the tutorial.
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Old 2016-10-22, 2:38pm
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Thank you so much for purchasing the tutorial I hope you are all having fun with it !
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