And here is the finished Bracelet!
I created this piece to give to my Aunt. My mother's oldest sister, who has been going through some tough times in her life right now. She has recently moved into a rehabiliation center very near where I live. I hope to become closer with her while she's so close by, and hopefully will develop a solid relationship. She's recently started beading too, which will help! She started beading and has continued because it's so therapeutic. I hope it plays a pivotal part in her growth, her healing, and wakes up her creative spirit.
Thank you to Cindy Wimmer for such a cool project in Easy Wire. I think this might be the first time that I actually created something from start to finish from one of the magazine projects. I had a lot of fun creating this and I think I may do one for another special person who I can't mention because I don't know, she might read my blog. ;)
Great great work Loreleï, the result is awesome. Love the way you explained how you began this experience. Hope you will do it one more time.ReplyDelete
Everything is done with love is beautiful!!! Excellent gift!!!ReplyDelete
How very nice of you! Great bracelet! I love the prop too!ReplyDelete
What a great bracelet! I am definitely going to have to try this at home :o)ReplyDelete
awesome job lorelei! it's kind of fun to get your hands dirty while creating, right?! i am sure your aunt will love this...ReplyDelete
Great work, Lorelei! Yay for bravery! Every journey begins with the first step (even baby steps) - looking forward to seeing where your journey takes you!ReplyDelete
really nice wire link work, & the LOS turned out great! thanks for sharingReplyDelete
Lorelei this bracelet is wonderful and it works on so many levels! Your design and choice of materials are so cohesive with your concept! Your aunt is going to love it so much:)ReplyDelete
Aren't those washers fun! I have used them several times and love them. The strength link is awesome - I am sure your Aunt will treasure it. Your loops always amaze me - I think they are the most perfectly round ones I have seen - how do you do it?!!ReplyDelete
I LOVE IT! You did an amazing job! I'm also giggling a bit because I spent the weekend perusing that same magazine and I made a different Cindy Wimmer project from it and was planning on buying the washers and other things to make this bracelet in the future! GMTA!!ReplyDelete
Wow! It totally rocks!!! =)ReplyDelete
Your bracelet is beautiful! Isn't that a great issue of Easy Wire? I love it!ReplyDelete
This turned out magnifico! Hope this warms your aunt's heart.ReplyDelete
Thanx for sharing.
That is really beautiful.ReplyDelete
A gorgeous piece with a wonderful message. It looks fantastic, Lorelei.ReplyDelete
Really nice work!ReplyDelete
Oh sweet! And I love that you made the piece for your ailing aunt.ReplyDelete
I'm glad you road-tested this tutorial and shared the step by step process! Jeanette did an amazing job stamping this link too...for some reason I just can't get my letters lined up right. It's great to see this project from start to finish. You're a natural!
Nice work, L. I know you must have enjoyed the creative process knowing that it would lift the spirits of someone so dear to you! Very thoughtful!ReplyDelete
This bracelet turned out beautiful. I cannot wait to buy something new, I wear my earrings often!ReplyDelete
You are just such a natural talent! This is so beautifully done! And, I love that you shared your motivation for the piece!
Lovely! I hope my stamping skills will be on par soon!ReplyDelete
The book looks great! I'd love to win!ReplyDelete