Friday, March 14, 2008

I just wanted to share some pictures from pipsjewellery who wire-wrapped some beads using the tutorial I posted yesterday.
Photobucket These are mica shift beads. And if you noticed, they're flat rather than rounded, which makes the wire wrapping a little more challenging.

I think she did a great job!

If anyone else used my tutorial, I'd love to post your results too!

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  1. Amy Esther said...
    Those look nice!

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    Anonymous said...
    Oh I admire you jewelry makers. I have no patience for it. I have all sorts of jewelry making supplies because I thought I would love it. After making two pieces, I bored, frustrated and packed the supplies away.
    admin said...
    Nice job! Earthy and elegant at the same time!

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