Linda Sinish's Profile

About

Hello and Welcome,

My shop is ever changing with new jewelry being listed, so please check back often to see what I've created. All of the jewelry has been hand crafted by me with prices that are sure to appeal to every wallet.

I am sincerely grateful to you for visiting and shopping here in my on-line shop.

I use lots and lots of wire to make components for my jewelry. Since my jewelry is made from wire, I usually buy it by the pound. I measure the amount that is needed for each project. Then it is cut with jewelry wire cutters. Each piece of wire is then straightened to remove the kinks. Then a series of pliers are used to manipulate the wire into a shape. Sometimes different hammers are used to add form and texture. After the piece is completed, I check it over for any adjustments that might be…

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  • Female
  • Born on July 5
  • Joined March 19, 2008

Favorite materials

Sterling silver, brass, bronze, copper, crystals, pearls, glass, gemstones, wire, fiber, resin, found items

Shop

About

Hello and Welcome,

My shop is ever changing with new jewelry being listed, so please check back often to see what I've created. All of the jewelry has been hand crafted by me with prices that are sure to appeal to every wallet.

I am sincerely grateful to you for visiting and shopping here in my on-line shop.

I use lots and lots of wire to make components for my jewelry. Since my jewelry is made from wire, I usually buy it by the pound. I measure the amount that is needed for each project. Then it is cut with jewelry wire cutters. Each piece of wire is then straightened to remove the kinks. Then a series of pliers are used to manipulate the wire into a shape. Sometimes different hammers are used to add form and texture. After the piece is completed, I check it over for any adjustments that might be needed. Depending on the piece, it may be antiqued to give it depth. This process requires a lot of time to remove any excess darkness and highlight the rich tones. Then I clean, file, buff and polish the jewelry. Wait, I’m almost done. The jewelry is then photographed. The pictures are uploaded to my laptop and edited. Almost there, a description for you is written, then, I grab a cup of coffee and upload everything into my shop here in Etsy land. Whew! Now I get to go back to the studio and make more jewelry.

Please feel free to contact me here in Etsy land if you have any questions. I’d love to hear from you. Also, check out my blog for more information and pictures of what I'm creating in my studio, at www.Artyzenstudio.blogspot.com

Have a happy, joy filled and creative day.
Linda

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