Wire fences.
Barbed wire.
Isolation symbol.

Forced confinement.
Prison and prisoners,

Wires and fences
we have them today
yet in many places.

Forever symbol of
absence of the essential
to live well,

Symbol of:
Absence of Freedom.
Take care to avoid having to use it.


BUY or DIY Musical Note or Treble Clef Wire Rings.

I post a lot of DIY wire jewelry, and when I saw this clever musical note design I tried to find the source. Unfortunately I couldn’t but these rings were originally from Etsy.  For hundreds of DIY wire projects and wire jewelry go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/wire

You can BUY this sterling silver musical note wire ring from Etsy Seller PuplePoemCraft here for $12.

For a written tutorial, Karen Lei made this DIY Wire Clef Ring here.

I posted this DIY Wire Clef Ring from My Virtuous Hands here a long time ago.

 Here is one 2 minute video from Meutia Mamut on how to make a DIY Musical Note and Treble Clef Ring below.

For another DIY Treble Clef Wire Ring, check another short video by ayeshunxcrafts below.

15 Ways to Convert Found Objects into Jewelry from truebluemeandyou.

These tutorials are perfect for summer found objects that you want to use for jewelry. From wire wrapping to crochet to macrame, there is something for everyone.

DIY Macrame Netted Stone Pendant from Gina Michele.

Sea Glass Pendant from Instructables.

.DIY Easy Crocheted Sea Glass Pendant from KBB Crafts & Stitches.

DIY Wire Wrapped Sea Glass or “Mermaids Tears” Necklace from Francois et Moi.

Netted Stone Necklace from Lune Blog.

DIY Netted Macrame Stone Necklace from Quiet Lion.

DIY Netted Stone Macrame Friendship Bracelet from Curly Made.

Wire Wrapped Sea Glass from Gayle Bird Designs.

Macrame Gem Necklace from sustainability in style.

Wire Wrapped Sea Glass from Altered Beauty.

6 Macrame Wrapped Stone Tutorials from Ecocrafta.

Macrame Stone Necklace from Essas Frescurites.

DIY Wire Wrapped Crystal or Stone Necklace from Right Where I Left Off.

Wire Wrapped Sea Glass from The Sea Glass Journal.

Wire Wrapped Pendant from Shine On.


  Ethereal Wire Fairy Sculptures by Robin Wight 

at the Trentham Gardens / Facebook

Artist Robin Wight creates incredible stainless steel wire fairy sculptures that enchant any garden or outdoor area they grace. Based out of Staffordshire, England, the artist’s handmade sculptures are uniquely crafted to their environment. Wight was first inspired by an inexplicable encounter a few years back which he recalls on his website:
“A couple of years ago, while trying out my new camera, I took the picture (below) in the woods at the bottom of my garden. It was only later when looking at the results that I spotted the figure in the tree. It’s obviously a trick of the light coming through the trees. What else could it be? Whatever it is, it captured my imagination and inspired me to use the idea in my sculpture.”

DIY Easy Fake Nose Ring Tutorial from Essas Frescurities.

Use common sense for buying the right wire - something that is tarnish free and if you have known metal allergies, use a metal that you don’t react to. 

If you’d rather buy, you can buy fake nose rings from cheap boutiques and stores at the mall. Below is a selection of fake septum rings from $8.95 - $12.95 at BM25 (not a sponsored post): 


Wire Tree Sculpture by Clive Maddison

Clive Maddison is a British artist that twists and bends long strands of aluminum wire into beautiful tree sculptures. Each wire strand runs from the roots through to the leaves and has no additional wiring, glue or solder to secure them. The sculpture is completely self-supported and the trees can contain over 100 meters (328 ft) of wire.