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Wire Jewelry - Freestyle Wire Wrapped Amethyst Pendant

Monday, December 23, 2013

Another asymmetrical wire wrapped pendant.
This was actually done right after the Agate Pendant earlier.
Yeah, I thought this one would be easier but I was wrong.
Similarly difficult and wasted more wires on this one.
Maybe I am not cut out for wire wrapping asymmetrical stones :( ???

Wire Wrap Amethyst Pendant Top View by WireBliss
Anyway, I hope you'd enjoy pictures of this wire wrapped pendant from different angles and can draw some inspirations from it.
Wire Wrap Amethyst Pendant Bail by WireBliss

Wire Wrap Amethyst Pendant Bottom View by WireBliss

Wire Wrap Amethyst Pendant Left View by WireBliss

Wire Wrap Amethyst Pendant Right side View by WireBliss

While at it, Christmas is just around the corner.
For very very very late and last minute DIY gifts for that particular someone, check out these two quick projects you can whipped up in minutes (within 30 minutes the most).

Wire Wrapped Stud Earrings
wire wrapped studs by Wirebliss

Wire Wrapped Rose Ring and Earrings
Wire wrapped roses by Wirebliss
MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR!

4 comments :

Nancy Jamba Tuesday, December 24, 2013 at 8:49:00 PM GMT+8  

I wish you a very Merry safe Christmas and a very Prosperous and happy New Year! I like this piece very much! Even though I want to learn wire wrapping I can't for a long time. I recently fell and broke all the bones in my right arm. I can't use my arm at all!

Mei Tan Tuesday, December 24, 2013 at 10:41:00 PM GMT+8  

Nancy, I hope you get well soon and be able to learn wire wrapping.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2014

Heather Rodman Tuesday, December 31, 2013 at 6:28:00 AM GMT+8  

Love that! Assymetrical pieces are often "wire-wasters", but the results are so worth it- you did a great job. Happy New Year! :)

Mei Tan Tuesday, December 31, 2013 at 8:35:00 AM GMT+8  

Very true Heather....they are really wire wasters and requires lots of time. Sometimes they turn out "worth it" but sometimes its project abandonment time.

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