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Wireupgem's Wire Wrap Initial Pendant Tutorial Giveaway


Toronto based Lucie of Wireupgem is best known for her gorgeous musical instrument wire wrapped pendant tutorials (shown below). You can see my past feature here.  But she has been working hard lately to come up with initial pendants with Swarovski crystal focals.

Three lucky winners of this giveaway will each receive an initial pendant tutorial of their choice.

She has pretty much covered the entire alphabet except for "X".  So if you are a Xavier or Ximena, you might have to wait a little longer!

As you can see from her designs, the tutorials will teach you not just to wire wrap but to hand forge the wire as well as to hammer and file metal.

She has an imaginative way with wire loops which work to become the foundation of where the crystals go!







Can't do wire?  Check out Lucie's beautiful finished wire jewelry designs over on WireupgemArt. Shown here are some of my favorites :

Violin Necklace in Sterling Silver :


Wire Wrap Bracelet in Brass :


Sterling Silver Seahorse Wire Wrapped Pendant with Opal, Labradorite, Aqua quartz and lapis lazuli.



Giveaway 

If you'd like to be one of 3 winners for Wireupgem's Initial Wire Pendant Tutorials,  please make a comment below. Make sure you leave contact info below if you do not have an online shop or blog.

Email subscribers need to scroll down the post they receive, click on Share Comment and enter your comment. Pick Name/URL. If you don't have a store or blog, leave the URL blank.

This giveaway is international.

Extra entries if you become or are a blog subscriber or follower etc. If you also do shout outs about this giveaway, those will count as additional entries too! Please say so in the comments. (The exception is Facebook - just like/comment on the giveaway status there!!)

It ends in a week's time at 6 pm EST Monday, November 11, 2019. I will pick the winner randomly and announce the results as soon as possible after. So be sure to leave a contact email if you don't have an online link or make sure you come back and check! Otherwise I will redraw in a week. Good luck!

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37 comments:

  1. These are beautiful and so intricate. My wire weaving and wire work is still pretty basic but is improving with each piece. Thank you for sharing what this artist creates. c64@live.ca

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  2. These are gorgeous. Would love to see what she does with a 'K'.

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  3. Just tweeted about your post.

    https://twitter.com/kayzkreationz/status/1191350811919601665

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  4. Those initials are simply FABULOUS! I also subscribe to the blog

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  5. Those are so beautiful! I would love to have one.
    swillert@new.rr.com

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  6. Lucie is such a great artist. Her designs are so special a unique! Her new letter designs will be beautiful!!

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  7. Such beautiful work! Surprised to see the letter E shown as an example as my name is Emily. I admire her work even more as I have tried working with wire but just do not seem to have the feel for it.
    My birthday is this month so winning would be a great gift.
    Emily d6e5lbz@gmail.com

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  8. Really interesting wire work; I'd love to learn to do this!

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  9. Gorgeous pieces. Really upgraded initials! blog and Facebook follower. Rose Drummond auravisionrose@peoplepc.com

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  10. I LOVE the Seahorse pendant it is so ADORABLE I would love to win this one thanks for the chance to win the class.
    sally0630@yahoo.com

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  11. I'm an email subscriber
    sally0630@yahoo.com
    pinterest.com/sally0630

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  12. These are beautiful (as is all her work)! I would dearly love to get the PDF for my initial.

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  13. These are amazing! I would love to learn how to do this.

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  14. What impressive work! These are just so pretty that anyone would be proud to wear them!
    Lucie's wire work makes me feel like a dolt when it comes to wire manipulation. She obviously has a feeling for wire and how to make it sing! Just looking at her website I was in total awe. All of her pieces are stunning - but I was taken with the amber and wire necklace. Oh my!

    Lucie is simply - an artist. Bravo!

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  15. Thank you for this giveaway !
    voltzia@gmail.com

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  16. wow! I don't wear pins very often but these would be a joy to wear!
    callyross.65737@gmail.com

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  17. These are so beautiful. Would love to win this. Thank you for the opportunity!

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  18. Lucie, your wire work leaves me in awe! I would treasure an initial as a lover of letters and I am eager to explore your tutorials cited here. Beautiful work!!!

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  19. Blog follower
    syvisser(at)gmail.com

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  20. OMG those are fantastic, I would love to win one of the tutorials xx love your posts Pearl, always the first email I look at every morning! love and light from New Zealand :)

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  21. Hi Pearl, thank you for the opportunity to win. All the designs look fabulous.

    Cheers

    Vicky

    victoria_farrell @hotmail.com

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  22. So beautiful!! I subscribe to the blog.

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  23. I have always admired the scripted wirework, reminds me of my mother's bracelet made in the '40s, where a gifted artist sculpted 'Katherine Mary' in square gold filled wire.

    I would love to be the lucky recipient of this tutorial, and five it a go myself. Thanks so much, Miss Pearl!

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  24. These are beautiful! I haven't had much luck with making initials out of wire so this tutorial would be GREAT to win!

    I'm a follower, both email and on Twitter and Facebook.
    sis5of11@gmail.com

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  25. Great giveaway 😻 via Facebook

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  26. Lovely! I hope I'm a winner! via Facebook

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  27. They are all very pretty, thank you for the chance to win a tutorial.
    doinwire at gmail dot com

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  28. What a great thing to learn and win.

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  29. Sherri Ramirez-AlmondNovember 5, 2019 at 12:25 PM

    Beautiful! via Facebook

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  30. So pretty! Love to make a beautiful A

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  31. So very creative! Had to share with my Pinterest friends.

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  32. I would be grateful to win any piece.. I follow on twitter and pinterest.

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  33. It would be very hard to select as my husband and I as well as all 3 daughter's names begin with a "D" but out of my granddaughters "M" is the prevalent initial. If I win one, I will have to buy the other one. ................and I have been wanting to play with some wire designs. Could provide a great opportunity.

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