Faux metal, faux bezels

Canada’s Wendy Orlowski is trying out her new entwined texture that she pairs with her intriguing bezel-making system to create these earrings.

The stamped polymer drapes comfortably and picks up a metallic glow from a light layer of gilders paste.

In the right sidebar on her site you can click through a quick and easy buna cord ring tutorial that puts those scraps and small bits of leftover pattern to good use.

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  • reply Trina Williams ,

    Great ring tutorial. I have a bunch of buna cord from an impulse buy years ago and it is a bit too thick for neck cords. I’ll have to check it out for rings!

    • reply jan montarsi ,

      That is a stunning texture !! And thanks so much for the ring tutorial !

      • reply Valerie ,

        beautiful colors, it looks so rich and yet the colors are calming. Thanks also for the link to her rings. She’s got some great things going on!

        • reply Sandra D. ,

          good tutorials you have.

          • reply They're here! They're here! "Entwined" texture stamp - Shades of Clay ,

            […] epic actually! (now i’m starting to sound like my kids! yikes) If you missed it here is the post. Here is the jewelry I made with […]

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