If you create and design jewellery to sell,
I bet you are currently all consumed with
Valentine themes for next month. Also,
if your hobby and creative escape involves
jewellery making ...
I've put together all my HEART shaped
projects spanning several book projects to
help ignite inspiration.
HEART motifs are so popular and such recognisable
symbols, epitomising: love, fondness, desire,
attachment, affection, passion ... need I go on?
So, for the love of wire, why don't you create your
own Heart designs and share them on my Facebook
The first ever heart design I created, is this chain bracelet.
You'll find all the instructions in 'Creating Wire & Beaded
Jewelry' page 76.
There's no end to variations!!
for my Special
The design was called 'Love Eternal' and
you'll find it on page 45.
Still in the same 'Special Occasions' book
(on page 35) in the Valentine's chapter,
I designed this 'Lover's Knot' bracelet chain,
using some gorgeous multi-coloured
Swarovski crystal heart beads.
Then, on page 30, you'll find this Sweetheart Necklace
project with matching earrings.
I also want to show you my 'Cupid's' Chain. This works well
made in the pinky tones of copper wire.
were made to
You'll find full instructions to make these on
at Bead TV.
In my Celtic themed project book, I created these Shamrock
style hairgrips, which can be made beaded, or with coloured
Great for Bridal Hair Combs too!
Here's another project from the Celtic book, a simple
cord style bracelet.
This was a Jig project called 'Chain Reaction' which can
be found in 'Making Beautiful Bead & Wire Jewellery'.
And ... from my new Wedding project book, which
is just out! Here's is a bridal necklace design!
I CAN HEAR A YAWN CHORUS NOW ...
THAT'S PROBABLY ENOUGH HEARTS
TO VISUALLY DIGEST IN ONE SITTING!
HOWEVER, I WILL POST SOME MORE
UP SOON TO KEEP YOUR LEVEL OF
INSPIRATION ON A HIGH WIRE!!
Ready to purchase.