06 July 2009

soldering












solder is my favorite hobby... i love love love!!! for this necklace: copper wire, a pink porcelan bead from greece, some swarovsky an a lot of passion.

i' ve prepared an other soldered charm... what will i do with it??? ..

thanks for yours lovely comments!!



12 comments:

sharon said...

The charms are stunning Lilibulle.....you do everything! I do not solder, you do a lovely job!

stregata said...

As I have said: I love this necklace!

le blog de vero said...

Lovely necklace with sweet Cléo.Love the way you've worked the different beads and chains.

Beautiful work Esther.

Kisses.

Véronique

Jan said...

Oh, so beautiful.... trop belles et quelle productivite. So professional. I would love to solder but have not tried it yet. Perhaps one day!
bisous a toi x

lilibulle said...

thank you ladies!! and véro!! you are so nice to post in english.. i will take my translator!! lol!! pour te répondre concernant le fil d'argent.. ce n'est pas du fil d'argent il est couleur "argent".; c'est du cuivre argenté.

Marbella Designs said...

The necklace is lovely and I love your new charm (que bella); can't wait to see what you make with it.
I took a soldering class not too long ago, but I'm not ready to get into that right now.

Mari Aparicio said...

Me fascina el charm. Un trabajo hermoso.

SharonP said...

Your necklace is so unique, I love both your charms, and all the beautiful components you used. Someday I will have to try soldering!

Dezinaworld said...

Stunning charm necklace. Beautiful art
Hugs June

Cindy said...

Esther, I love your work. Do you have an Etsy shop...where do you sell your beautiful pieces?

lilibulle said...

thank you Cindy!!! i will open an etsy shop soon, after my hollidays in spain.. (such a luck!!) i will comunicate about.. thanks again, i'm so touched because your work is really amazing!!

Sissy Sparrows said...

I LOVE your soldered charms, I especially like the way that you age the solder.....do you oxidise it? I would love to age my soldered charms so they are not so bright against my metal work..... any tips?