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Wigjig - Le blog de Valérie

Wigjig - Le blog de Valérie
10 août 2014 7 10 /08 /août /2014 19:53 J'ai aussi réalisé un autre pendentif avec ma plaque wig jig, pour vous donner un aperçu voici la plaque avec les chevilles du motif et le pendentif Published by Valérie 26 - dans pendentif fil d'alu Bijoux WigJig 2 août 2014 6 02 /08 /août /2014 15:28 Une création 100% perso (sauf les perles) : Pour commencer la parure voici le bracelet en fil d'aluminium de 1mm et perles fimo de 8-10 mm. À venir, le collier et les boucles d'oreille ... Bon week end !!!!! Published by Valérie 26 - dans Bracelet Bijoux WigJig fil d'alu 31 juillet 2014 4 31 /07 /juillet /2014 21:11 Ce soir, premier gros travail avec la planche Wig Jig et je dois dire que je suis assez fière de moi, je trouve ce pendentif plutôt pas mal (auto-satisfaction quand tu nous tiens !!!) Published by Valérie 26 - dans Bijoux pendentif WigJig 31 juillet 2014 4 31 /07 /juillet /2014 21:07 avec du fil d'alminium de 1 mm

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Zig-Zag Earrings by Albina Manning, a Free Jewelry Pattern from WireJewelry.com Skill Level: Beginner/Intermediate Technique: Shaping wire with flat nose pliers, chasing wire on a bench block, working with fine-gauge wire 26-gauge wire is strong enough for this project to hold your beads in place, and yet it almost blends into the design, creating a floating bead effect!

Lisa Yang's Jewelry Blog: How to Wrap Beads to the Outside of a Wire Frame, Free Tutorial Wrap it up Today, I'll show you one of the ways that I add beads to the outside of a wire frame like I did with this mixed metal wire heart pendant. One of the most important things to know about this technique is how versatile it is. It works with any size and type of bead that you can fit your wrap wire through once and snug to the frame without it breaking. Materials:

Coiling Gizmo Projects – How to Make a Flower Coiled Wire Bracelet with Beads This coiled wire flower bracelet is the only accessory you'll want on your wrist all spring and summer long. The tutorial provides pictorial step by step guides in constructing the bracelet using coiling gizmo projects. All you need are just some copper wires and some beautiful beads or accessories to decorate it. Double Spiral Bracelet There are two jewelry wire components that we need to make for this bracelet. The first wire component is the double spiral wire component that it the major link in this bracelet. To make this jewelry wire component we use pegs 1 through 7 in a pattern on our WigJig jewelry tool as shown below. The second jewelry wire component that we must make is the 2-1 end component. This is the component that connects to the commercial clasp on one end and becomes the catch for the clasp on the opposite end. To make this 2-1 end component we use pegs 8, 9 and 10 in a pattern on our WigJig jewelry tool as shown at right.

Mobius Flowers Earrings How to: OPEN AND CLOSE JUMP RINGS To Open a Ring Use 2 pairs of pliers to hold the sides of a jump ring with the opening at the top (12 o’clock). Hold the ring steady with your non-dominant hand while you rotate the wrist of your dominant (writing) hand, twisting the pliers tip towards your body. Never open up the loop by pulling it side to side—you won’t get it back into a true circle. To Close a Ring Use 2 pairs of pliers to hold the sides of a jump ring with the opening at the top (12 o’clock).

Simple Ear Cuff Tutorial What you've all be waiting for... an ear cuff tutorial! I've been making ear cuffs for over a year, but unfortunately haven't had the time to make some of the insanely complicated designs I've dreamed up. This, however, is a very simple ear cuff that takes only a few minutes to master! Ear cuffs (also known as ear clips, cartiliage cuffs, ear vines, and more) are fabulous for people who don't have pierced ears-- or pair them with other earrings for a "double piercing" look. They are easy to wear, and stay in! I wore one on several rollercoasters and it stayed in place.

Earcuff TUTORIAL!!! (on BIG demand) - JEWELRY AND TRINKETS I started making ear cuffs half a week ago, and already LOTS of people were asking me to make a tutorial.I made two.One on the basic cuff, just to get the hang of it, and one more expanded, where you can use your own imagination. What you need: The 18g wire can also be 20g 1. Basic Ear Cuff Cut from the 18g wire a piece of 2,5"

Wire Wrapping Technique, Wire Wrapping Instructions for Making Beaded Jewelry! Learn a beginner jewelry wire wrapping technique, used in making wire jewelry and bead jewelry making, with illustrated step-by-step wire wrapping instructions. Wire Wrapping Technique #2:How to Make a Double End Wrapped Wire Loop Using Wire Jewelry Making Supplies 20 gauge (.81 mm) round half hard wire (for practice use brass or copper wire)a few beads for practice Jewelry Making Tools Handmade & Handcrafted Jewelry Techniques Jewelry Techniques for Making Handcrafted and Handmade Jewelry History of Handcrafted and Handmade Jewelry: The history of making handmade jewelry goes back 8,000 years. In about 6,000 BC, in the Babylonian city of UR, wire was made from metals including gold. In general, these metals were found in their elemental state and did not need to be refined from ore.

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