Saturday, January 31, 2009

Lily of the Nile

One of the flowers which I liked best at the flower festival, love the blue :o)

Friday, January 30, 2009

Sentosa Flower Festival 2009

Picture on the left: The yellow and orange petals of the marigold flower can be used to create food colouring and fabrics dyes.

Sunday, January 25, 2009

Glue chipped glass soldered pendant

van gogh glue chipped soldered glass pendant
Purple and Copper color Van Gogh stained glass with leadfree solder tinned copperwire wirework motif. Van Gogh stained glass is a glue chipped clear glass that has an opaque and unique metallic finish beneath the glass which gives it a mirror-like depth.

Friday, January 23, 2009

Pig handphone or bag charm

Handmade baked polymer pig with lobster clasp and pink cateye bead. Can be used as cell phone (handphone) or bag charm accessories.Note: There may be slight variations from the photographs as each pig is individually handcraftedThanks for browsing :o)

Tuesday, January 20, 2009

Kyanite Earrings id1150553

kyanite stone wirewrapped earrings kyanite stone wirewrapped earrings

Kyanite earrings with silver plated non-tarnish artistic wire wireworks. The hooks are silver plated. Note: The silver plated hooks can be changed to 925 sterling silver hooks at an additional cost of USUS $3.00. Thanks for browsing :o)

Monday, January 19, 2009

Biwa Pearls

biwa pearl wirewrapped handmade indie pendant biwa pearl wirewrapped handmade indie pendant
Rough texture pearl with beautiful "champagne" colors.

Friday, January 16, 2009

Wirewrapped green line jasper stone pendant

2 sided green line jasper stone wirewrapped pendant 2 sided green line jasper stone wirewrapped pendant

2 sided Green jasper stone pendant non-tarnish silver plated artist wire wirework. There are different wirewrapped designs on both sides of the pendant.

Thursday, January 15, 2009

Friday, January 09, 2009

Jewelry Making - Wirewrapped Earrings tutorial

Red wirewrapped earrings id1110976
Materials Needed:
12cm 20ga wire
12cm 26ga wire
1 8mm round bead
1 pair of french earwires

Cut a piece of 20ga wire about 12cm in length and make the main body frame. Use a piece of 26ga wire (about 12cm long) and coil around the main body frame starting from point a to point b.
At point b, wrap the wire arount the "x" joint to strengthen the joint then bring the coiling wire to the back and add the red coral 8mm bead.

continue to coil the wire from point c to d and e and attach a french earwire to the top of the main body frame.

Monday, January 05, 2009