This design is suitable for wire work beginners as the construction is simple. The motifs are easily used single fashion as for earrings and rings or modified using additional beads as shown in her tutorial.
Back in November, Natalie over at North Shore Days guest-posted a tutorial here at Happy Hour on how to make wire-wrapped sea glass earrings. They were beautiful! But if you read here often you already know that my weakness is bracelets. I loved Natalie’s technique, though – it’s elegant yet simple – so I adapted it to wrap some glass beads that caught my eye, and I made up this bracelet…
Here’s what I have came up with – a super easy to follow instruction on constructing a Celtic Knot Earrings (and on 50% discount at the moment!). All you need are basic wire jewelry making tools and some simple jewelry making supplies that you must already have.
We get a lot of snow in Canada. Alas, there is no easy way of shipping itall away. So it helps to look at the positives. Snowflakes are indeed pretty! Not surprisingly, it is a popular motif for jewelry artisans and for those who like to make ornaments. This wire wrapped snowflake “Faeries Frost” pendant tutorial by Rhonda Chase is a beauty!
These easy wire earrings feature graceful curves that frame your face in a flattering way. They also have lots of wonderful swingy movement! These earrings are an especially fab style with short hair or hair that’s pulled back, so all the wires can dance freely.
I have been obsessed with delicate jewelry lately, and I am so excited to share this DIY with everyone! I have been wearing it everyday! I wanted to create a jewelry tutorial for Valentine’s Day for you all to wear and to gift.
Free Tutorial of wire wrapping a pendant using faceted teardrop shape Amethyst gemstone. This video shows a step by step procedure. Please feel free to ask me any questions on the making of this pendant.
How to make a silver wire necklace, this video shows how to construct the beautiful Egyptian Link in easy to follow, step by step instructions. Additionally you can view still photographs of each of the steps involved at www.artfine.com My standard w…