Learn to make beautiful, sturdy, professional level wire wrapped jewelry!
I show you how, step-by-step, in Wire Wrapping for Beginners eCourse!
Learn all the components and techniques you need to make earrings, bracelets, charm bracelets, necklaces and rings!
Plus be inspired to express your own creativity, going beyond just following step-by-step tutorials, but infusing your own style into the pieces.
In this eCourse you will learn:
How to make your own headpins (including: simple headpins, eye pins, paddle headpins, open spiral headpins, closed spiral headpins and knotted headpins.)
How to make your own clasps (including: hook clasp, S clasp and toggle clasp.)
Other jewelry components:
- Bead dangle
- Wire wrapped bead link
- Wire wrapping side drilled beads
- Spiral charm
- Knotted link
- Wire wrapped bead ring
- Earring wire
- Jump rings (how to make them and how to properly open and close them)
- Chain (I teach you how to make a figure eight chain! So satisfying!)
After you know how to make all of those components, I give you the recipes to put together beautiful wire wrapped jewelry.
Here’s a simple example of what I mean by “recipes:”
Simple Dangle Earrings
Recipe for Simple Dangle Earrings: Headpin + Bead Dangle + Earring Wire
For the earrings in the photo, I used Open Spiral Headpins.
Beads: 8mm Czech glass beads.
Customize these earrings:
- Change the headpin to any headpin you like.
- Use any beads you like.
- Use any metal for the wire you like.
Alternatively you could purchase headpins and earring wires.
Then you can refer back to the tutorials from the components section, decide which version of the component you’ll use (i.e. which headpin, etc.) and create your own custom jewelry piece.
The component tutorials each include a video and photo + written instructions in PDF form.
Here’s what a student had to say about one of my eCourses:
Explains things that anyone can understand.
“The best thing about the eCourse was getting to watch Kim do things that I was then able to do. She always explains things that anyone can understand. Just love her style of teaching and knowledge that she shares. I looked forward every single day to see what she was going to do.”
Jewelry Projects Include:
10 Earring Projects!
Plus endless options for customizing the earring projects I share!
8 Bracelet Projects
And again, endless ideas for customizing the bracelet projects.
A section dedicated to charm bracelets with 6 projects and, of course, endless ideas for making charm bracelets your own!
7 Necklace Projects with lots of customization ideas!
5 Wire Wrapped Ring Projects based on my Wire Wrapped Bead Ring. Once you can make this ring, you’ll be whipping out tons of wire wrapped rings.
Throughout Wire Wrapping for Beginners I encourage you to change out components and give you ideas for customizing the jewelry projects to express your own creativity and personal style.
You’ll get solid skills lessons and learn step-by-step how to make all the components you need to make your own wire wrapped jewelry.
But you’ll be inspired to make your own design decisions throughout the eCourse as well!
I show you how to make your own findings (chain, jump rings, clasps, earring wires), but I also share how to swap out purchased pre-made findings to save time.
Who am I?
I’m told all the time that I make complex things seem simple. I have a knack for breaking down projects into steps that make sense.
If you haven’t made jewelry before, you will learn from Wire Wrapping for Beginners eCourse. I guarantee it. If you get stuck or confused, simply email me and I’ll help you in whatever way you need to be successful.
If you’ve been wanting to learn how to make wire wrapped jewelry and are overwhelmed by all the different tutorials you’ve seen around and don’t know where to start, start here.
You’ll get all the skills, confidence and inspiration that you need to make your own wire wrapped jewelry!
What you get:
- The eCourse is now held on an eCourse platform called teachable. You log in and keep your place! It’s fun and easy to use!
- For all the components (bead dangle, wire wrapped bead link, all the findings, etc.) you get step-by-step, clear instructions via video, instructions on the actually website page and a PDF eBook.
- All of the videos and PDFs are downloadable.
- For all the jewelry projects, you get the “recipe,” ideas to customize, exactly how I made the project plus how to change out to save time with pre-made findings.
- Priority email access to me for your questions or you can leave questions and comments right in the classroom and I’ll respond.
- Confidence, creative expression, inspiration
- Lots of beautiful wire wrapped jewelry that you made yourself!
- Plus you can sell the jewelry you make from this eCourse!
Ready to get started?
Wire Wrapping for Beginners is just $49.00!! An amazing value for everything included!
What happens next?
After you enroll, you have immediate access to the course and can get started right away!
The eCourse is self-paced. Dig in wherever, whenever you like, at your own pace (and in your pajamas if you want!) There is no time limit and you can start anytime you like and go back at anytime you like.
If you have any questions along the way, you can ask me!
Ready to make wire wrapped jewelry?
Questions and Answers:
What is the skill level of this eCourse?
If you’ve tried making wire jewelry previously and have not had success or good results, this eCourse is for you, too!
What tools and materials will I need for this eCourse?
You will be using mostly 20 gauge, half-hard, round wire, but you will also need 18 gauge for some of the components. (Any metal you like is fine. I suggest you start with a less expensive wire such as copper, brass, or plated copper. Artist wire is fine, too.)
You can use any beads you like for the projects. Everything is set up so you can use what you have (if you already have beads) or what you like (if you don’t have beads yet.)
- Wire cutters
- Round nose pliers
- Chain nose pliers
- Bent nose pliers
- Hammers – nylon or rawhide or hard plastic hammer and chasing hammer
- Steel block or anvil (it can be small)
- Jewelry file
- Ring mandrel or plastic ring sizer (either is fine for the rings we’re making) or you can use a dowel rod or something cylindrical that’s the same size as your finger.
- Serrated pliers (pliers with teeth. You probably have these in your toolbox or you can get them at the hardware store.)
You don’t need all of the tools for all of the tutorials.
Helpful to have, but optional:
- Crimp tool (a/k/a crimp pliers)
- Jump ring mandrel
You may decide to purchase chain, jump rings, headpins and earring wires, but I teach you how to make all of these things yourself.
Is this the same as your Wire Wrapping for Beginners eBook that you previously offered?
No, it’s different, but it’s replacing that eBook (and print book.) This is much, much more in depth.
If you have any other questions, please contact me! I’m happy to answer them!
Make all these jewelry projects and more with all the inspiration you get!