I am lucky enough to live on Cape Cod so of course I love to collect beach stones and shells. I can't wait to make them into pendants and it can be a challenge to wrap them without covering to much of their beauty. I also love my pendants to be reversible if possible so not to waste any of the stones character. Many of my students also wanted to learn a style of wrap that was not to complicated and so I created this style of wrap, which I adapted from other designs I had seen by other artist. You can use this style with flatter beads and other objects as well. So let's get started!
First we must figure out the frame wire length (16 gauge)
Do not fret if you decide you back is prettier than your front because the pendant is truly reversible!
This DIY bracelet is fun and simple to create. It will open you to a whole new world of link making. Which such a great tool in so many ways. Turn it into a chandelier earring, a necklace, or a chain to hang your pendants from. Create smaller or larger links, with or without the beads and play with different wire colors. The possibilities are endless, so let's get started!
I am a self taught jewelry designer and artist. I studied fashion design and come from a very creative family.
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