About five years ago I was making ceramic pendants and looking for special custom settings when I found wire wrapping. Wire wrapped settings require few materials and tools and use no heat or glue. They are so versatile that once you have the basics down you can create a beautiful setting for anything from a cabochon to a seashell.
A wish in a bottle charged by shaking and wearing!
There are many ways you could do this project, but I went with items I already had in my craft room and there is nothing to say you couldn’t do the same (or use items exclusively from the dollar store!)
Got kinda crafty and made these. I haven’t figured out how to sell things online and ship things yet, so I’m selling these locally. If anyone on here is from the general Vancouver (Canada) area and is interested in any of these or know anyone who is, hit me up! :D
…100% of the proceeds will be donated to the The Ethembeni School, a boarding school for children living with Cerebral Palsy, visual impairments, and other physical disabilities in rural South Africa. CP is a cause very dear to my heart and I’m making it a mission to raise funds and awareness on this condition.
Ever since I’ve learned how to make swirls with wire it seems like I can’t stop making more swirly jewelries. I’ve posted 2 swirly jewelry ibles- swirly wire ringsand swirled-all-around wire ring and already made a list of 10 more swirly jewelries and I’ll post them one-by-one.
I got my inspiration for this project on Pinterest. This is the pin that I’m talking about. This was the first time using these techniques: tracing an image with wire and adding beads to a wire base shape. I’m really glad with how my pendant turned out and I think the colour combination looks great! I really hope you like it too :)