A simple, elegant project that focuses on colour and copper, using basic techniques to complete a lovely pair of earrings to match any outfit.
But more than that, we'll cover many tips and tricks for working in large production batches - changing your mindset so that you can quickly and efficiently build orders of similar but different pieces. I almost always work in batches of several dozen pieces at a time, and all of my tips and tricks are in here for you!
Working in large batches is super useful for filling orders, and it will help you make more money if you can work faster.
Following the the accompanying close-up, sharp photos and diagrams, you'll be admiring your new earrings in no time.
I'm a self-representing Cape Breton wire artist with a dozen years of experience writing clear instructions for online, adult learners. I love curriculum development almost as much as I love making ...
I'm a self-representing Cape Breton wire artist with a dozen years of experience writing clear instructions for online, adult learners. I love curriculum development almost as much as I love making jewellery! The two are combining beautifully with my online tutorials.
Through all the art forms I've explored - painting, digital art, clay sculpting, web design, paper art, and calligraphy - my love of colour has guided me to new discoveries. Now, over a decade of self-teaching has produced my distinctive, spontaneous style of wire-sculpted art jewellery.
My pieces weave non-tarnish wire around a wide range of stimulating materials. The warmth of semi-precious gemstones, the unlimited, variegated colours of firepolished glass, and the fascinating textures & history of beach glass all lend their own character to each one-of-a-kind creation. In my steampunk-inspired line, the patina of vintage, salvaged materials contrasts sharply with the bright & modern designs in the surrounding wire.
I love to create and I love to teach and share with others. I hope I can help you find a new technique or pattern you'll love!