Welcome to day ONE of my 2nd annual March One-a-day jewelry challenge! I've been so excited about it. I woke up this morning like it was Christmas and couldn't wait to get started. I hope you'll follow along with me.
A word of warning -- I just got a new tool that helps me corrugate metal. I will try not to use it on absolutely everything... but it is so. much. fun. I go a little crazy over new tools anyway, but this one has me giggling.
So here you go, submission for day one -- a foldform cuff, chased and corrugated.
But don't stop here. Enter the giveaway!
1. Post a comment on any One-a-day blog post (current or previous day) during March 2012. Tell me what you think of a piece and why, and you're automatically entered. Comments must be added before midnight on March 31st, US ET.
2. Include your email address with your post.
3. Please also like my Facebook page, here.
On April 1st, I'll draw a random name from among those who commented. Your
name will be assigned a number (chronologically, based on comment order) and the winning number will be generated from http://www.random.org. One entry per person -- your first comment will enter you, but you're welcome to comment as often as you like!
If you are outside the U.S., I welcome your entries! If you win, I will charge a bit of shipping, but only the amount that's higher than standard U.S. postage.
A little about the challenge
I will create and post a new piece of jewelry (or accessories) every day this month. They will be new, improved, or re-interpreted designs; and/or, they will be skill-building pieces in areas that I need to practice. If you want to see what last year's One-a-day challenge was like, check out my home page and scroll to the bottom, or watch a quick 3-minute video recap here.
See you tomorrow!
Sue Lacy Wired
This began as a hobbyist's blog.
Over time it became a quest to support & connect metalsmiths around the globe who use foldforming techniques in their work.
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