Friday, 17 May 2013

Wire Wrap Bracelets



If it's not bad enough that I have been 'stealing" left, right and center, I have encouraged my daughter Elizabeth to steal as well. We spent a lovely evening stalking the very talented Nat from Northshore Days and decided to make one of her wire wrapped bracelets.

Here is mine


And here is Elizabeth's.



So much fun, I highly recommend these for a beginner or for tween crafters, they're very easy and can be as simple or intricate as you like. Personally I think Elizabeth did a much nicer version than mine, I was very proud of her. Go here for Nat's tutorial


So much fun, a delight for sure and Elizabeth was so proud of herself, mainly because I am sure she could see hers was better than mine and I love that!

Thanks for reading,


Mel xo


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19 comments:

  1. How pretty! Jewelry is so fun to make, I bet you girls had a blast!

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  2. How sweet. I love that you and Elizabeth craft together. Nat certainly provided beautiful inspiration. I hope, one day, you'll share a post about your jewelry box, I can only imagine how many beautiful homemade pieces it holds :)

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  3. So pretty! What a fun craft to do together. I love it.

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  4. Yay Mel!!! I like yours but I love Elizabeth's! I'm so glad you both enjoyed it though - that's the best part of all!

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  5. Hey sweet friend.... I have decided that your just a ball of talent .. Love it all

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  6. Yup...Elizabeth's bracelet is really cute! Yours is adorable too, don't worry. Encourage her...maybe soon she'll make all your jewelry and Christmas gifts!

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  7. Wow Mel I love the wrap bracelets! So cool that it's a fun and easy project. That's my favorite kind! Pinned them :)

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  8. Both are lovely! Elizabeth obviously has her Mom's talent :-)

    Linda
    With A Blast

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  9. As soon as I saw the colour of the beads on Elizabeth's bracelet, I was smitten. I love blue! What a great project!

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  10. I can't wait to be able to sit and make jewellery with my daughter - at the moment she tells me what she wants and I make it! Really love your pink bracelet and Elizabeth's one is just stunning - the girl got your talent :)

    Have a fabby day, Estelle xx

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  11. You always do the cutest things!!

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  12. They are both very pretty! Another craft addiction I'm trying desperately to avoid- I have no more room for another supply hoard! So, I'll just enjoy your lovely creations instead. :)

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  13. Elizabeth needs her own craft blog! She did a fabulous job! Yours looks pretty cute too...but I have to admit, hers is more sophisticated! Bwahhhaaahhaa!!

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  14. Such pretty designs, Mel! I think you need to have an Etsy shop! ;)

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  15. Way to go Elizabeth!! I see you have your Momma's talent!!

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  16. These wrap bracelets are so pretty Mel! Love that they're so easy to make. I'll have to check out Nat's tutorial.

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  17. Thanks so much for sharing at last week's All my Bloggy Friends - You're being featured tomorrow! Linda and I look forward to seeing what you share this week! :)

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  18. Hey Mel. I love these. You are quite the jewellry maker. Thanks so much for linking up to Thriving on Thursdays. I love it how we've met each other and you support me. I'm featuring this at tomorrow's party. Hope you're having a good week!

    Anne xx

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