DIY Wire Wrap Gemstones Without Holes

This is a simple, yet pretty way to wrap any stone you’d like. It is a good technique for tumbled stones, or stones with an odd shape. Good luck, friends!

You guys are all totally right, that bad boy is a snowflake obsidian and not a dalmatian jasper.

Comments

Barbara Gomez Actress says:

Great work, thank you

libby Landscape says:

That looks like brass wire, and it looks like each piece has been cut to about 24” not 6-8” long…also the stone’s snowflake obsidian.

Krystle N says:

Great technique so easy.I just tried it out

Nick Wynne says:

Fantastic video & great tutorial
Keep up the good work :]

Karen Lee says:

I’d dip the whole thing in some sort of clear glue to set it.

seaweedhoe says:

The first stone is snowflake obsidian

Lisa Scales says:

Love the way u explain and did every thg ty

Junie Smart says:

Very nice presentation. I could actually hear it. So many presentations people do can’t be heard. Thank you for the beautiful presentation and example.

Kara Marie says:

Isn’t the first one a snowflake obsidian? Great vid, by the way!

Anairis Perdomo says:

You are fucking amazing with this!!!! Barley used tools and gave the same finish!

skyguy149 says:

That’s snowflake obsidian

Looma says:

It took me a second to figure out that flattening and pushing were two different things.

stop smoking or suffer and die says:

I NEEDED THIS! YOURE SO SMART!!! THANK YOU FOR THIS VIDEO THIS IS SO PRETTY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anairis Perdomo says:

I’m returning my kit lol

Marthie Scholer says:

THANKS so MUCH. Will try it

DAlma medina says:

So easy thank you

Masja Stengård says:

Soooo helpful. Thank you…I needed this for my sea class gems. ❤

Creative Coffee says:

Thanks!

Kyra Anouk says:

how thick is the wire you were using in mm?

Warren Wall says:

Ditos

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