EBooks for Handmade Wire Wrapped Jewelry
If you would like for me to post some pictures of your work that you have created with the eBooks here, just send me an email with the pictures attached in JPEG format. All that I ask is that it be something that you created using one of the eBooks. If you have a web site and would like a link to it posted along with your pictures, let me know and I'll make a link under your name to your site. All I ask here is that it be a wire jewelry site. I am starting this on one page, hopefully it won't be long before I will have to break it up and give each person their own page.
Antonia has been doing wire jewelry for a while. Ordered some eBooks to master the skills of making bracelets and sculpting.
Elizabeth emailed me a few days ago and said she was about to give up on making a faceted stone ring. I called her and gave her a little help, she said she would try again. Today she sent me the pictures to the left of her first ring done in sterling silver. She said after our conversation she tried again using practice wire and it came out great, so she decided to try it in sterling silver and as you can see, it came out great, especially it being her first one using expensive wire. Usually when you go from practice wire to gold filled or sterling, you try so hard not to mess up, that is what usually happens.
Elizabeth, you have done a great job, keep making them and the more you make, the easier it will be.
Elizabeth has been at it again. Take a look at the cuff cabochon bracelet and two pendants to the right that she has just finished.
Great work Elizabeth
Elizabeth is at it again. To the left are two cabochon rings that she made, the first one is her first try and the second one is her second try. Great work Elizabeth, especially with it being the first two that you ever tried to make. You are doing a great job.
New Port Richey, Fl
To the right is the first bracelet Diane made with the bead bracelet eBook. What's so unusual about this is she only had the eBook a few hours before she sent me this picture.
Great and fast work Diane
Guess what! Hasn't been but 3 hours and she has done another one. You go girl.
To the right is the first cabochon bracelet that Diane made with the Cabochon Bangle bracelet eBook. Great work Diane
Les has done a great job on the two projects that he has sent me pictures of. Les has been wire wrapping for a while and does some great work.
He has a web site, if you would like to take a look at some of his other work, click here.
Carolyn has ordered several eBooks over the past few months, the first one being the Faceted Stone Ring EBook. She has done a great job of making a hard to make ring using one of the hardest stones to set.
She has promised me that she would send more pictures if this one looked ok. We are all waiting to see more.
Great work Carolyn
Lenny has been doing wire wrapping for a while and as you can see from the turquoise ring that he said he did several years ago, he's pretty good at it.
He has ordered several of my eBooks, especially the rings. The bead ring in the second picture is from the free eBook on the site with a little different twist to it.
The third black onyx ring is a ring that he made from the cabochon ring eBook, he says, but I think it's one that he ordered from me and took a picture of it and sent it back to me.lol
Actually he did a great job with it and I have looked real hard to try to find something wrong with it, but I can't.
Keep up the good work Lenny.
Lenny's back at it again. This is the first birthstone pendant that he made using the instructions in the sculptured birthstone pendant eBook. If you keep going I may have to make a sub-web just for you.
Great work Lenny.
Jackie ordered the faceted stone ring eBook one day. Now in my opinion, this is the hardest ring to make because there is so many variables that comes into play when you start it. Would you believe that exactly 8 hours after she was sent the password for the eBook, she sent this picture back to me. I liked to have fell out when I opened the email.
All I can say is that no one saw my first one, because I was so ashamed of it, I threw it away before anyone could see it and I sure wouldn't have taken a picture of it to be posted on the WWW.
Great work Jackie
John is located in Mexico and has a hard time getting supplies. He is having to practice with some copper wire that has been giving him some problems or he thinks so anyway. The pendant to the left is the first one that he did using the Sculptured Pendant eBook. He didn't think much of it, but I think he did a great job using copper and it being his first one. When he gets another 4 or 5 done, he will be amazed at how good they look and when he gets the nerve to use gold filled wire he's not going to believe how good he really is. Gold filled or sterling silver works so much easier than copper. It will flow and be smooth with even nicer curls and curves.
Great work John, your better than you think. You should have seen some of my first one's.
Buffalo Valley, Tennessee
Pamela has ordered several eBooks over the past two months. She is doing quite well with her wire wrapping as you can see. She says that the crosses are selling well and she would have sent more pictures of pendants, but they sell before she can get a picture taken most of the time.
Great work Pam.