Seaglassing & Wire Wrapping

sea glass in P.E.I.                                   

I’ll take that wire wrapped

I’ll take that wire wrapped:

jade green sea glassSea Glass stands out as a gorgeous pendant, it is warm, bursts of energy, expressing strength from the sea.  I love sea glass, and  it is a passion for me to wire wrap.  I’m lifted by the soothing energy that comes from finding a piece of sea glass to wire wrapping the piece and then selling it.

This Kelly Green piece is a true eye catcher, found on the beaches of PEI and handcrafted into a pendant.  I used around 15 inches of 20 gauge wire to wrap tightly around the piece to secure it and then dropped down the other side with the wire. I looped twice around the tip then ending at the top to make a loop to hang it on a chain.

During your vacation to Prince Edward Island when you are out beachcombing be sure to look for pieces of sea glass.  Return to the studio and I’ll teach you to wire wrap your treasure.

 

 Recently I received an email that was inspirational it reads,

Dear Cindy,

Your beach glass is so pretty. And I especially appreciate the recycling aspect of your creations. A gift from the sea!

 

 

 Thank you for stopping by my first post on wire wrapping. I hope you will stop by another day and see what treasures can be wrapped.

~ Cindy XXX

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2 Responses to “I’ll take that wire wrapped”

  1. charlene says:

    ok, got it! not enough coffee this morning..

  2. Janus Wilson says:

    Just took a look at your wire-wrapped sea glass and I’m impressed. I forgot to ask if you took lessons or just figured out how to do it on your own. Anyway, it’s beautiful work.

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