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Fun with Wire

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Right: Necklace made with shrink plastic (approx. 1.25 inches square), wire, and glass beads. The blue triangular beads are strung on 22 gauge wire with a size 0/6 seed bead on either side and ended off with a wrapped loop. The coiled wire is strung on 22 gauge wire with a silver bead at each end and finished with a wrapped loop. Click on the image for an enlargement.

There are lots of things you can do with your journal sketches. The most obvious thing you can do with your journal sketches is turn them into paintings, based on those sketches. Whether you want to use your sketches or paintings made from those sketches, you can turn your artwork into unique jewelry.

About a year ago I started printing some of my sketches and paintings on shrink plastic (I was using an Epson R800 at the time and working with white Grafix Ink Jet Shrink Film). I would cut the printed images and punch holes, before heat shrinking them into small disks that I could use in necklaces or on pins.

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