Wednesday, March 14, 2007

What to do with a Spiral? Instant fashion!



I've made spirals with the high twist in different places on the bead, middle, end or even all the way around - that lends itself to being worn horizontally rather than vertically. These spirals are made on a 3mm mandrel so you can run a purchased necklace through it. Voila! Instant fashion! You can interchange the spirals to suit your mood!

6 comments:

Tari of claybuttons said...

Nice spirals! Now I understand how they are strung. The ones below, I couldn't quite get the visual as to how they were to be strung but now I get it.
Great stuff!

melanie of earthenwood studio said...

ooh! I like these strung very simply on the black cord like that! Very contemporary! I love that brown one.

LampworkDiva said...

Thanks, Tari and Melanie! I love the spirals for their simplicity - you can string one on a cord or you could string several end to end and get a different look. Thanks for looking!

Elaine Ray said...

Very cool! I bet that would also look stunning with some sort of post with a bail on the top put through the spiral so it can hang from the cord vertically. Hope that is not too confusing...

- Elaine

LampworkDiva said...

Hi Elaine! No, it's not too confusing! Vertically is a perfect way to hang them1 I'm glad you like the spirals! Thanks for posting!

silastones said...

I love the pink one.