EnWrapturedbyNature

Quality handcrafted wire-wrapped jewelry

Urbana, Ohio | 55 Sales

EnWrapturedbyNature

Quality handcrafted wire-wrapped jewelry

Urbana, Ohio 55 Sales On Etsy since 2016

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Announcement   As you can see, I don't have my sea glass pieces listed on Etsy right now. I do have some photos on my Facebook "Enwraptured by Nature" page, where you can message me for prices and further information on buying. This is Craft Show season for the holidays, so my inventory changes weekly. Feel free to message me if you have anything in mind, and I'd be happy to send pictures of what I have available.

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Last updated on Nov 11, 2018

As you can see, I don't have my sea glass pieces listed on Etsy right now. I do have some photos on my Facebook "Enwraptured by Nature" page, where you can message me for prices and further information on buying. This is Craft Show season for the holidays, so my inventory changes weekly. Feel free to message me if you have anything in mind, and I'd be happy to send pictures of what I have available.

Patricia Gillen McCabe

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Patricia Gillen McCabe

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Let me bring nature a little closer to you!

I have always had a fascination with how artistic Mother Nature is and what she leaves behind. I've had the opportunity to do some beachcombing the last couple years in Hawaii and the Caribbean as well as here in the mainland. It has become very addictive in seeing what the next wave produces and exciting to design these into beach jewelry.

Then I came across some areas in Michigan where the glaciers deposited some really beautiful naturally tumbled stones. Thanks to a resourceful brother who can design and build just about anything, I now have a heavy duty rock tumbler that I'm very anxious to use to polish up these stones to wire wrap into jewelry.

When a high school classmate started up her jewelry business, Sanded by Sea, it inspired me to finally do something artistic with all the shells, sea glass, and pretty stones that I've been collecting. I started out just making pieces for friends and family, after which my daughter urged me to start selling them. My daughters always tease me that whenever I get involved in something, I fully become engulfed in it, which is exactly what's happening with my jewelry making. It's all a learning process, and I continue to find interesting tutorials for new methods and materials that I would love to explore.

Let me bring nature a little closer to you with one of my jewelry pieces.

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  • Patricia Gillen McCabe

    Owner, Independent Artist

    Now that my three grown daughters have left the nest, I've found time to return to my artistic hobbies. I love to design and create new jewelry items using what nature has magically created, particularly beach seashells and sea glass.

  • Grandson

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    I "try" to work on my jewelry while babysitting my grandson. Mommy and Daddy are veterinarians with their own vet clinic, so Grandma helps out by taking care of him. He's what matters most in my life right now.

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