Friday, 15 February 2013

Wedding Jewellery


With Spring approaching thoughts turn to Weddings  - with that in mind Iv'e made some wedding jewellery using the Cousins range of Trinketts bangles and white seed beads and pink pearls.

I threaded the seed beads onto 24 gauge craft wire then wrapped the wire round a solid Trinketts bracelet.

As I wrapped the wire round, I left a few longer pieces  to shape into flower petals. I then added ribbon to decorate the piece.

These could be made in different colours to suit the Wedding theme and could be used for the Bridesmaids to hold or even to decorate the table - wrap them round the glasses or as a wedding gift.

More to come on my blog very soon including your FREE Digi-stamp for March. Watch this space........

1 comment:

  1. Traditionally, wedding jewellery has consisted of the wedding ring and little else. In the last ten years there has been a movement in retail jewellery towards more accessories on the big day and there has been a greater investment in jewellery of all kinds – even with men.