Thursday, March 25, 2010

Wire Wrapped Cuff

I can't quite remember, but to take the class from the exhibitor at a bead show, I think it costs around $150.

I did not take this class. In fact, I don't think the class has been held yet. Now, this is a pretty standard price for a class. It usually varies from $100-250, depending on materials needed and difficulty.

This was my first try at this cuff, and I think it was pretty successful. There were a couple things I would do differently if I were to do it again, but that comes when you are self-taught. Thus the reason I used copper and aluminum wires before trying this with sterling silver or gold filled wire.

When I think of doing projects with those types of wires, it's like my mouth is watering when I think of my favorite dessert. As a "starving artist" I guess I will just have to wait until the time when I can afford to use such high quality materials. For now, I think I do a pretty darn good job with my resources.

Should I be a little more humble about this?

P.S. Honestly, if I could remember the site where I found this cuff, I would totally send you there, but if it helps at all, it was named the Jetson Cuff. I guess I need to pay more attention.

2 comments:

  1. ummm.... I NEED this bracelet. Please post a tutorial now.

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