Now to the soup.
As you can see there is a lot of copper metal pieces which I love but I have never worked with the lightweight pieces before. Love the Birdy and it definitely became the focal of one of my pieces.
This first piece came about as I was working up a class project for a winery where I’ll be teaching. They wanted something wine related and I thought of corks, then I pulled out some of Dana’s goodies that she sent me and was inspired to make this little cork pendant. This is a just a sample of what I’ll be teaching at the Scatter Creek Winery on June 21st. I used some of the crystals and the light weight copper pieces. I love how the bottom copper piece makes it look like a flower on the bottom.
Here is the winery info and you can see this piece is pictured prominently on the flyer.
These next pieces I plan to wear as a set. I think they look rustic/bohemian/feminine all at the same time.
This is a close up of the focal. Isn’t the wire work wonderful.
The bracelets. The one on top I used some of these wonderful triangular shaped beads around the bangle with one large bead on top. The other two are just wrapped with the sari silk that I’ll layer.
The necklace showcases Dana’s wonderful wire bird. I even dared to try fusing some copper 14 gauge links. That was fun. I probably need a bit more practice with that.
All in all this was a fun soup to work with and I have lots of pieces left that I can play with. I still have to make earrings and I’m thinking I really like those etched copper tubes and I just happen to have a couple left…so maybe a new pair of earrings are in my future.
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