Hello lovely friends! Today I’m going to share you some of our customers’ wire wrapped accessories. We all know that wire wrapped jewelry can be very pretty, but it do require for wire wrapping skills to finish a masterpiece. So, if you want to make a delicate wire accessory, arm yourself with excellent wire wrapping techniques first.
Easy wire earrings
Designer: Joanna Foo
Materials: colored cooper wires, jump rings, earring hooks
Though these earrings are simple in design, their bright colors and well-shaped wires can make them fabulous either. And it’s not so difficult to make them, you can have a try even if you don’t know much about wire wrapping.
Wire wrapped cabochon pendant
Designer: Viera Hrabková
Materials: cooper jewelry wire, handmade glass cabochon
I love the mysterious figure in the cabochon, it makes the cabochon much more fantastic. Of course, this pendant is easy to make either. You just need to be patient with the wire.
Wire wrapped bird nest pendant necklace
Designer: Susan Gammons
Materials: Tibetan style bead link, antique bronze jewelry wire, gemstone beads, swallow pendant, jump rings, chain
The wire wrapped bird nest is cute, but I love the beautiful beads more, lol~ This necklace is warm, a mother and her children, reminds me of my family.
Wire wrapped watch
Designer: Lydie Touiyar
Materials: watch, 1mm silver cooper wire, 1mm pink cooper wire, 0.3mm silver cooper wire
Well, actually I don’t know whether I should call it a watch or a wire wrapped bangle. It functions better than a bangle, and looks more beautiful than a watch. Do you like to call it a bangle or a watch?
Big wire wrapped pendant necklace
Designer: Alina Vorobeva
Materials: 0.6mm copper wire, 2mm aluminum wire, turquoise bead, chain
This one is absolutely a delicate one! So many wires have been used, but they are arranged so neatly. And the design is also very creative. I think most of you will like it!
So, after seeing all these five wire wrapped accessories, do you find your favorite one? Do you want to make one by yourself? Well, I’m on my way to take a wire wrapping class now!