Sunday

Scribbled Jewelry

This tutorial couldn't be easier and it will get rid of your frustrations as well.

Materials
electric copper wire
16 gauge copper wire
bead
copper chain

Tools
needle nose pliers
bench block
hammer
paint brush
wire clippers

This copper wire is available in the electric department of your hardware store. It is on a big spool with all of the other wire cords. Have them cut a hunk of it off for you.

Form several loops with your pliers. Vary their sizes for interest. Be sure to include a closed loop at either end.

Using a hammer, flatten your loops on a bench block (piece of steel). A cement garage floor will do if you don't have a spare piece of steel or a bench block handy.
Wrap the 16 gauge copper wire around the end of a paint brush. Slide it off the brush and cut with wire clippers. Twist the jump rings open and use them to attach the scribble to the chain you have cut in half.
To further gild the lilly, hang a bead from the lowest loop. This aptly illustrates the way I fish - tangled lines and a tiny catch.

19 comments:

Karla said...

Love this. I've been trying to find time to mess around with jewelry for a while and have yet to so do. But this looks awesome. I may have to give it a try :)

Wendy said...

This looks great, thanks for the tutorial!

Wax Beach Artist said...

Pretty and simple, excellent!

lightlycrunchy said...

Beautiful idea! Next year's Christmas present. I pinned it.

Jen Sue Wild said...

I will have to try this it looks easy enough.

Whitney @ Pen Pals and Picture Books said...

Well, now I can be the one to say I gotta run to Home Depot and when my husband askes why, I'll say, "got get some jewelry" :)

Monkeyhouse Productions said...

Wow, that looks like loads of fun, I can't wait to try it!

Carrie @ My Favorite Finds said...

I"ve been wanting to dabble in jewelry making. Perhaps this would be a good first project? Thanks so much for linking to Handmade Tuesdays.

Tara @ Tales of a Trophy Wife said...

Pinning!

Creations By Cindy said...

Thanks for the tutorial on this! Great idea! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

Januarkleider said...

Thank you for the tutorial. I like it very much.

Greetings from Germany
Susanne

Holly Lefevre said...

Such a cool idea! Anything I can make with items from the hardware store makes me smile!

creativejewishmom.com said...

great to see you on Craft schooling Sunday! I remember doing something similar in summer camp, love your version!

Cindy said...

Inspiring!

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