Heart and Briolette Earrings

By on August 6, 2014
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by Judy Ellis, Wire-Sculpture.com

Wire Jewelry Inspiration for August 6, 2014

Heart and Briolette Earrings

Welcome to August. I hope you are having a great summer so far.

Today I wanted to share a lovely wire-wrapping project from a subscriber of ours. Carol Gilbard Praissman sent us a picture of these beautiful puffy crystal heart and briolette earrings that she created. I thought they were lovely yet simple, and I just had to share them.

Carol says: “I was playing with my wire this past weekend & this is what I came up with. They make up very quickly & are perfect for inexpensive gifts!”

Take a look at the delicate “hearts” and jump rings that hook these together. They would be a perfect accent for any outfit, simple to make with a few basic tools, and would look just as gorgeous in gold wire, as they do in silver wire!


In Carol’s design she’s attached a puffy heart and briolette pendant but you could also use a head pin and attach a beautiful Handmade Venetian Glass Beads. There are so many colors with the Venetian Glass Beads, they would be perfect for any season. Take a look!

All of our Venetian Glass Beads are Genuine and handmade in Venice and the Island of Murano. Venetian Glass Beads are among the most recognized and collected beads in the world. Add tremendous value to your handmade work by using quality Italian made beads to any piece of your wire jewelry.

I’ve asked Carol to share her pattern with us, so hopefully we will see it in our FREE patterns in the future!

A special “Thanks” to Carol for sharing this wire design with us. I hope you enjoyed seeing her creation. If you’d like to see more from carol – take a look at her store. carolselegantjewelry@etsy.com

Happy Wrapping!

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    August 6, 2014 at 7:25 pm

    Thankyou for the tips