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OldOilTree Wirewrap



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  1. Beady Little Eyes
    Beady Little Eyes says:

    Stingray – What beautiful work. How big is the pendant? Love the way the wire reinforces the natural nick on the bottom of the pendant. and all of the little curlicues are just lovely. Just goes to show that you can make a beautiful statement piece without much color.

  2. Stingray
    Stingray says:

    Thank you. The pendant is about 1.25″x2″(bail makes it 2.5″). I have been trying to get the info and additional pictures to upload but I have sketchy internet. I will try to load them next time I go to town.

  3. Beady Little Eyes
    Beady Little Eyes says:

    Looking forward to seeing the rest of the photos.

  4. dolllady aka Pam
    dolllady aka Pam says:

    Gorgeous wire wrap work! I love the colors of wire you used. I also like how you kept the wood theme with the wood beads on the necklace.

  5. Little Round Chick
    Little Round Chick says:

    Very unique design. Love your wire work on the pendant.

  6. kye
    kye says:

    This is just so wonderful. The wiretapping adds so much interest to the pendant. And even tho the necklace is monochromatic you’ve given it so much interest with the different shapes and textures.

  7. Stingray
    Stingray says:

    I still can’t get the info to load so…
    About:
    We got gravel for our driveway and it is full of petrified(fossil) wood. Most of the pieces are ready to wrap(I wash them with Dawn first). I decided to post this one because almost all of it is stuff from Lima.
    Materials:
    Mushroom hematite square heishi, 8-0 frosted jet demi-round seed beads, 2mm and 3mm Antique copper round beads, supplies(clasp,crimps,etc), Petrified wood slab

  8. Beady Little Eyes
    Beady Little Eyes says:

    Wow. The back is beautiful too. Never heard of petrified wood for driveways. Learn something new every day. Love the square hematite Heishi beads.Funny how something as mundane as gravel can inspire such beauty.

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