A Charming Exchange: 25 Jewelry Projects To Create & Share

A Charming Exchange: 25 Jewelry Projects To Create & Share

Kelly Snelling, Ruth Rae

Language: English

Pages: 128

ISBN: B0056J62IE

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

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Punch two holes in the piece, and then set an eyelet in each hole. Use metal shears to even up the two sides, and file the edges smooth. High-Drama Vintage Lace {FOUND-OBJECT SWAP IV} Mija Marie & Kelly Snelling Mija Marie takes collecting to a whole new level. On a regular basis, she will call to ask if I want to go in on a shipment of bug wings, mink bones or porcupine quills. We are kindred spirits. She also collects beautiful vintage lace, and she turned a piece of it into a necklace

pendant with the framed flying baby-doll head. We immediately fell in love with it and wanted to feature it on a special piece. Ruth and I played with the design in Ruth's studio. We worked feverishly in a tag-team style, gathering freshwater pearls, long white vintage beads that I had found at my local antique flea market, a tender little charm from Jess and a mysterious little number 3 charm from Cece. Ruth worked her magic to cull all these elements into a striking necklace with a found-object

that I’ll be bald soon. This is too perfect! —Joanna Pierotti , preparing to start chemotherapy Mija Marie & Debra Cooper Joanna Pierotti & Kelly Snelling Jennifer Rowland & Dawn Supina Sally Turlington & Marci Glenn Ruth Rae Mija Marie & Debra Cooper Ruth Rae Ruth Rae & Marci Glenn Crystal Neubauer & Maija Lepore Ruth Rae Sally Turlington & Ruth Rae Jennifer Rowland & Ruth Rae Ruth Rae & Liz Smith Ruth Rae & Maija Lepore SUGAR ’N

for a fantasy ride across the seven seas. Ruth also created some fabulous links. I don’t know how she comes up with so many wonderful design ideas, but she never fails to surprise me and take my breath away. I can’t wait to make these links myself! Decorative-Swirl Links {1} WRAP WIRES IN OPPOSITE DIRECTIONS Cut a length of 18-gauge wire to 5" (13cm). Secure two " (10mm) dowels in a vise and center the wire between them. Bring the two ends of the wire around in opposite directions.

over the open V section of the V-slot board (or bench pin). Files: We use a 6" (15cm) long, half-round, Swiss-made, medium-grit (2) file. It is a good size for filing a straight edge and a curved edge on sheet metal. You can find this file at most jewelry supply stores or online suppliers. Use your file with your V-slot board and clamp for the best leverage. Remember to file only in one direction. Mandrels: These are used to wrap your wire around to form a spring of coils that can be cut to

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