I wanted to wish a happy St. Patrick's Day to everyone, by sharing a quick little tutorial for this Celtic inspired wirework clover. It can be used for many things like earrings, pendant or even a bookmark. I used 30cm of 0.8mm wire and the final clover measures approximately 3 x 3.5cm but you can make it any size you want ☘😃☘
So we're in February already, which means that Valentine's Day is really close. The day of love. Opinions are very split about this day, and wether to celebrate it or not. And as much as I think every day should be filled with love for each other, not just the one day, I don't think having a special day for it does any harm, as we can never have enough love and positivity in the world. I also find that love is a great inspiration within all art forms, and I therefore wanted to share a quick and easy tutorial for a Celtic wirework heart, which can be used in many different ways. You can put them together as links in a chain, use them for earrings, a necklace or even a ring. So you could easily make a set of jewellery, that you could wear if you are going out for Valentine's Day. I hope you enjoy and have a wonderful Valentine's Day, regardless what you are doing 😊
Christmas is almost upon us and I recently played around with some wire, to come up with this years Christmas decoration. I like to make a handmade Christmas decoration, that I give to everyone in my family each year. I ended up making a cute wirework angel, that can be used both as a Christmas decoration, but I also think they would make cute earrings. I decided to share a little picture tutorial for how to make it, as there is still time before Christmas and they are pretty quick and easy to make. I used a 40cm length of 1mm wire to achieve an angel of approximately 3cm tall. I hope you enjoy and have a wonderful Christmas.