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1  Gold fever and a necklace with a victorian touch - updated page 1 in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by Suzy Q on: February 03, 2007 09:55:41 AM
Here is another Eni-style bangle. But this is hot oriental red instead of the pale pink and green ones Ive posted here earlyer.
I think this also works well with the marinlooking fashion trend this spring. Even if the look is a lot more spicy and decorated.



After a what feels like a century, my new supplies finally arrived. So far Ive made another Eni-style wrapped necklace. It really looks like a victorian style pendant. Its so sad it is so difficult to capture the flashes of rainbow blues in the labradorite stone. It also seems like I caught the gold fever. I urge to make precious things of my new 14 k gold filled supplies.






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2  Nothing less than a miracle!! in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by Suzy Q on: December 02, 2006 12:30:33 PM
Look at this stone!
It looks like a landscape painted on a porcelain bead - but it is all natural. Since I found this amazing dendrit jasper bead I have been wondering how to make it justice. With this romantic wrapping in Eni-style I think Ive found a way.
Now I have 4 other amazing landscape beads at home waiting for the same treatment.


I also add two other projects I have finished.


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3  Skull and absinth in Trinkets and Jewelry: Completed Projects: General by Suzy Q on: November 17, 2006 02:37:25 PM
I completed two bracelets this rainy friday. One with the color of the 19th century drink absinth and one with girly pink freshwater pearls and a skull with a grin. Guess that is a hint to all of you of the mood I was in when creating them.
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4  Re: Lots and lots of wire... in Beads: Completed Projects by Suzy Q on: November 12, 2006 11:29:57 PM
Enter www.enijewelry.com and you will find many, many tutorials and a world full of new techniques.
A couple of tutorials are for free, but most of them cost a few dollars.
But, believe me, its worth it. My jewelerymaking took a 10-step-jump forward up to a new level after learning her technique.

Enjoy!
And here is the pendant someone asked for:
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5  Lots and lots of wire... in Beads: Completed Projects by Suzy Q on: November 12, 2006 01:42:43 PM
My teatchers always used to say to me that I never were patient enough. But look at this!

I wish they could see this bracelet now.

Thanks to Eni Oken for her generousity sharing her tutorials.

Oxidized sterling silver wire, rose quartz and many, many tiny silver beads.



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