Posts Tagged "Cocktail Ring"

Wire Lace Ring – day 214

Posted on Oct 22, 2011 in 365 Paper Bead Creations | 3 comments

I would like to apologize for not being consistent in my posts, I have taken in more than I could chew so to speak so I ask for your patience and understanding 🙂  I would like to share with you a piece that is close to my heart just because I love anything crochet.  I had no intention of making a ring out of the wire lace I was working on, but then it was 3 am in the morning and when it is that late at night, anything goes 🙂

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I crocheted 28 gauge wire measuring approximately 1 1/2 inches x 8 inches long and just folded them into layers and embellished them with beads.  This ring is not for the faint of heart 🙂

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Nested Paper Bead Rings – day 119

Posted on Apr 29, 2011 in 365 Paper Bead Creations | 2 comments

These fun Nested Rings, is my version  of the meshed earrings I made which has become quite popular.  They are are just like little pop corn balls but so much prettier:)

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I form them into balls by crocheting the beads and wire wrapping them together.

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It can be considered a cocktail ring but certainly can be worn during daytime as well.

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Crystals Cocktail Ring – day 83

Posted on Mar 24, 2011 in 365 Paper Bead Creations | Comments Off on Crystals Cocktail Ring – day 83

Another cocktail ring “spiked” with crystals for those of us who cannot live without our bling 🙂  Green round paper beads are wire wrapped to a five loop ring finding and finished with swarovski crystals randomly placed in between the beads.

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Swirls of greens and reds that sparkles here and there….

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D.I.Y. Bead-day 31

Posted on Jan 31, 2011 in 365 Paper Bead Creations | 2 comments

We debuted the D.I.Y. Bead at the C.H.A! The big saucer shaped bead that you like, primed white for you to put designs on to your heart’s content.

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One of the booths at the C.H.A was demonstrating on how to apply glitter using transfers and I had them try a few of my beads.

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We did several of them with different designs, how cool is that!

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I particularly like the shell design, I made one into a ring, just use the glue E-600 and glued it into a ring finding.

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Tomorrow is our last day at the C.H.A and I will be able to devote more time to our bead swap, yay!

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