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    That's lovely - both in design and execution. You should be very, very pleased with it - as the recipient clearly is

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexandraBuckle View Post
    Piercing was the one thing I really took to while I was at uni. Luckily I really enjoy doing it too, I find it quite relaxing!
    Hi Alexandra,
    What a beautiful cuff and such tidy piercing.
    Piercing is one of my favourite things too, I find I get absolutely absorbed! Going to have a look at your blog now :-)
    Tabby

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    your blog's very interesting and the additional photos look great! What lovely testemonials from your customer(s). Fab!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlexandraBuckle View Post
    Piercing was the one thing I really took to while I was at uni. Luckily I really enjoy doing it too, I find it quite relaxing!
    Me too! It's strangely hypnotic once you get the rhythm going.

    The cuff is stunning, and I enjoyed the blog post.

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    Absolutely beautiful work! Your blog post was really interesting to read, especially with all the step by step photos. I'd like to send the link to your post to my students if that's ok with you? They'd find all the info you've put in there really useful.
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    Loving the cuff. Kind of thing I aspire to do. I plan to start with a small pendant when learning to pierce.
    Anne

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    Wow, what lovely comments, thanks everyone!

    Quote Originally Posted by daisychain View Post
    Absolutely beautiful work! Your blog post was really interesting to read, especially with all the step by step photos. I'd like to send the link to your post to my students if that's ok with you? They'd find all the info you've put in there really useful.
    Absolutely, that's fine by me!

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    Hello Alexandra, it seems that we both have a liking for poppies, butterflys and piercing. Well done for your bangle piercing. One of the most useful thing I did was to take some sfaety back needle files, of various grades and sizes, and grind the backs down so that I have safety backed needle files with razor sharp edges. They are perfect for cleaning up those sharp interior pierced angles.
    I also love piercing and have built up a small reputation for my piercing work.
    Here are some of my poppies and piercing,
    James

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    Gorgeous cuff. I'd be proud to wear a piece like that!

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    Really enjoyed reading the whole process for making this and
    the end result is gorgeousvery deserving of the wonderful facebook
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