Natural Elements Wire Wrapped

by Amy.
(Florida)

Natural Elements Wire Wrapped by Amy  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

Recently moved to the beach in Florida. I enjoy walking and biking on the sandy beach where I have found sea glass, weathered shells and stones.

Natural Elements Wire Wrapped by Amy  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

I began wire wrapping these elements using copper, bronze and silver wire of different gauges.
Natural Elements Wire Wrapped by Amy  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

This form of jewelry design is all nature inspired while also utilizing and incorporating various crystals and beads.

Natural Elements Wire Wrapped by Amy  - featured on Jewelry Making Journal

Amy
Azalea

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  • Amy, what wonderfully unique pendants these beach finds make! I love your added beads, and how you work your wire in harmony around the shape of the object.

  • Mary Anne says:

    Amy, I LOVE your wrapped beach finds! You have such naturally flowing wirework! I love how you incorporate the beads too- not too much, not too little. Such beautiful pendants!

  • Joanne says:

    Your pieces are so beautifully balanced… love! 🙂

  • Pat says:

    Awesome! So natural looking. Would love to do so,etching like this.

  • Louise says:

    Love these little wrapped finds of nature????

  • Laura says:

    I have never found such lovely sea glass. So now I make faux sea glass by using sand ,salt and beach water in my drum cement mixer. I throw in broken plates ,bottles , glass anything I can find turn the mixer on and let it run until there are no sharp edges and then add in copper b.b.s . for texture. Every thing looks old and lovely.
    I always let people know that it is Faux Beach and most people love it and are happy to ware it.. Congrats on your find

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