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Saturday, November 3, 2012

Wrapping things up

I've completed another fun swap over at ArtCharms yahoo group. This time we are doing wired wrapped. This has been a fun but challenging swap. The one rule we had other than the basic charm making rules. If you choose to use another element, it can not out shine your wire wrapping. Boy.. When I signed up for this I knew exactly what I wanted to do and also a bead I wanted to use.
Since I love copper, my metal of choice. Awhile back I found these small faceted beads that are a light purple in tone with a iridescent copper shadowing part of the bead. When I saw them I knew they would look great with some copper wire wrap.
These will be making there way to our hostess.


Rhea said...

Love these charms Deb!

Dana said...

Wow, those are great Deb. Can't wait to see them in person.

Shirley Hall said...

I love them! I am working on my charms tomorrow for the swap. I have not done much wire work myself so hope mine turn out as good as yours. :)

Usas said...

ow they look great!

Christine Hansen said...

Deb - these are fantastic! I am in awe of everyone who has the patience for wire-wrapping! Well done!

Lynn Stevens said...

Oh these wired wrapped pieces are Divine! Looks like another great swap.

Thanks for entering my giveaway and best of luck.
hugs Lynn

Ally White Cat said...

Beautiful.wonderful swap
susan s.