I recently got the itch to solder jewelry again. The last time I soldered was about 8 or 9 years ago. For some reason, I just decided to pick it up again. Of course, being the kind of person I am, I don't just solder jewelry, I have to embellish my pieces with paint, filigree, rhinestones, rhinestone chain, stampings and other decorative details. I have been attracted to bling ever since I was a little girl.
This evening, I posted several of my new soldered jewelry pieces to my Etsy shop.
While most of the pendants dangle from ball chain necklaces, others (which I am still working on) will have more extravagant beaded chains. (Please stay tuned for those.) Without further adieu, here are some of my newest designs:
|Soldered pendant with painted/sanded filigree and rhinestones.|
|Three versions of blinged-out Our Lady of Guadalupe pendants.|
|Virgin Mary with rhinestone chain and painted/sanded filigree stamping.|
|Rhinestone chain and metal stamping Virgin Mary necklace.|
|Rhinestone chain and painted/sanded filigree stampings.|
|Painted solder and Swarovski crystal rhinestones.|
|A collection of soldered and painted pendants.|
|Blinged-out soldered glass pendants.|
|Filigree-embellished soldered glass pendants.|
|Simply painted soldered pendant.|
|Side one of a reversible soldered necklace - Immaculate Heart.|
|Side two of a reversible soldered necklace - Sacred Heart.|
Please check out my Etsy shop to look at all of the new designs. Of course, you can also follow me on Instagram, where I share my work and travel experiences on a pretty regular basis.