Thursday, December 24, 2015

Chaindeliers - Dangle Those Chains

I've been seeing some lovely chain fringes in pieces lately.
I had shaped the steel wire and polymer pieces quite some time back. I baked the flattened and textured  poly clay right onto the hammered steel wire and used the distressed Rustic Beads Tutorial from The Blue Bottle Tree
 It occurred to me to add some lengths of copper chain with jump rings for some free hanging movement

They are fairly light and make a nice statement. The center pieces are some antique headpins with very fine coiled wire

I hope you all have a lovely full moon, solstice and Merry Christmas.
I'll be gone for the next month so I'll see you again in February!
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Kimberly Rogers

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  1. Kim, I love love love these! You have definitely inspired me to get out the chain! They look so cohesive but there's so much going on!! Wonderful! Merry Christmas, Kim. . . . safe and happy travels!

    1. Thanks so much, Norbel
      I was actually just checking in here before I go down and make some beads for you!

  2. Oooh! What a great way to use Rustic Beads! Thanks so much for the shout-out Kim. You make the neatest things. So inspiring!

    1. Thanks, Ginger. The skeleton elements were hanging around on my table for over a year! anytime on the shout out, Your tutes are great!

  3. Wow, these earrings make quite the statement! Happy and safe travels!

  4. The way you used cooper color, it is quite nice. Frankly, I am more into natural stones But your sophisticated earrings made of cooper wire forced me to write the word "BEAUTIFUL".