Oh wow do I really have to wait for what's next? You are such a tease!Hugs
Hehe It's fun to keep everyone guessing ;-) Obviously it's a ring, but you'll have to wait to see what happens to it next! I promise not to keep you waiting too long :-P
Looks interesting...can't wait to see what you create.
I just finished taking some photos (although it's a horribly gray and overcast day today!), so hopefully I'll have them up soon ;-)
Oh Belinda! I just spent 3 weeks making 12 of these prong rings for a polymer clay artist!What was odd is that the copper prototype worked really well, but the sterling, which I thought would have been even easier to solder, took forever.You are so talented, to be able to move from seed bead creation to metal work!
Oh really Shannon, how cool! I think these 'prong rings' are just so versatile...I'm already dreaming about what other beaded creations I can attach to them! LOLI wonder why the sterling rings took you so long to solder? What type of solder did you use? I used hard wire solder for the band, and medium wire solder to attach the prong to the band. Perhaps you had a bad batch? I've heard other artists have trouble getting solder to melt...and it just turned out to be a bad batch!I hope you'll post photos of the polymer prong rings on your blog, they sound wonderful! :DBelinda-xo-
Thank you so much for taking the time to leave me a comment!B.-xo-