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Wire Wrapping Found Objects Pattern

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Have you ever tucked piece of sea glass or seashell into your pocket? Has your child ever picked up a 'treasure' for you on the beach or in the park that you have accumulated in your junk drawer? These items were too precious to throw away but you had no idea what you could do with them. Maybe you are a gem cutter who does not feel comfortable soldering and pickling your designs because the fumes give you a headache (that was me). Wire Wrapping is an alternative jewellery making tool - headache free, and fast way to create unique works of art. In this tutorial, I will teach you two wire wrapping designs that will turn your 'found objects' into pendants. You can use inexpensive craft wire; wire found at a hardware or electronics store; or sterling silver wire for these projects. Most likely, you already have the tools to get started. You are welcome to duplicate and sell the designs that you create from this tutorial, but the tutorial itself is copyrighted so you are not allowed to duplicate or distribute the tutorial without my express permission. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Varies depending on item wrapped

Recommended with this pattern

  • Needle nose pliers
  • flat nose pliers
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Whether I'm cutting a gemstone from a rough rock into a work of art or blending beads sourced from all over the world into one-off jewelry designs, I am in the business of creating beauty. I am a philanthropist at heart. I love supporting causes that I believe it. All of my profits are channeled into donating jewelry to local causes. For every piece of jewelry I sell, I donate a different one to charity to be auctioned off.