A few older wraps

I'm sitting here and I haven't been working on much new so I figured that I'd post some older wraps of mine. I am working on one thing right now which is a pretty simple, custom pearl and onyx necklace. I'll get it in here when I finish it. So for now, let's see what I've got to show. Oh and by the way, I am still working towards my goal of putting a lot more time into my jewelry making, but as you all know there are always things that interrupt our goals. It's coming along though. Of course, I will be slowed down again by my upcoming trip to Quartzite,AZ for the gem shows (yippeeeee!) I'll be gone for a month then have to come back and RECOVER! I know... poor me. I've also been working on unearthing my chaotic studio so that I can actually get to my supplies. I'll post a photo when I'm done. I don't know about you, but I really enjoy seeing other artists' work spaces. Okay... photos:

Inspired by spirals

This is a piece I did the other night. A few days ago I picked up pen and paper to see what might come out. I don't usually sketch things first, so it was a little experiment. I've been playing with wire since then trying different things out. This is a pretty big piece, almost covering the palm of my hand. It has turquoise, smoky quartz, jade and amber within it's form. I've been playing with the spiral theme since this piece, so I'll post something else in a little while. Unfortunately, while I am very inspired by woven designs, my carpal tunnel won't permit as much as I'd like to do. I just have to take it a little bit at a time. It's hard at times, but I try to be patient!

All-That-I-Am on Etsy:


Inspired by Iza Malczyk's tutorials

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Simply put, I'm a wire and gem jewelry freak! I like to string, twist, weave, wrap, form, and decorate with gems, wire and other earthy beauties. If you want to know more please click on the "About" tab at the top of the page. To contact me, check my blogger profile (click below) ... Thanks!