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I'm back .......


23rd June 2014 (Tuesday) @ 8.00pm

Oh wow, it has been 2 months and I have not posted anything here.  Laziness gets the better of me at times.  I have been crafting off and on during the past 2 months doing a few wire jewelry items but did not update the photos in my blog.  

Here are some photos for sharing which I've recently uploaded into my computer.

These are Tasbih (prayer beads) which I did for gifting to Muslim friends.  






Two Cross pendants using the tangled wire mesh technique.



Hoping to continue posting more photos here.  

Have a productive week ahead every one!  








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Handmade Signature Style Coiled Filigree Earrings

23rd April 2014 (Wednesday) @ 7.45am

Handmade signature style of wire coiled filigree earrings
 with turquoise drops and swarovski crystals.




 For inquiries or to order, email me at emilytanmeisin@yahoo.com





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Handmade earrings ....... for sharing only.

17th April 2014 (Thursday) @ 12.10pm

Some photos of earrings which I made over the last weekend ..... just for sharing. =)




This pair is crafted with silver plated artistic wire
 and square shape amethyst bead.


This (above) is the exact colour of wire (tin copper) and


 turquoise teardrop shape bead.


The above is a pair of ear studs using my signature style of coiled wire filigrees.  
Can be made into dangle earrings, brooch and pendant.  

Tutorial for the coiled wire filigree technique is available at my etsy shop, 

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Other variations

16th April 2014 (Wednesday) @ 1.25pm 


Remember this pair of wire wrapped hoops? 



I found other uses for it .........



Scarf Fastener


Napkin Ring


Adjustable Ring


A tutorial is available to create the above.  
To purchase, go to 








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Beginner's Basic Wirework Jewelry Class (One to One)

5th April 2014 (Saturday) @ 9.12pm

This morning, I conducted a Beginner's Basic Wirework Jewelry Class for one student, Ms Christine.  She found out about the class while browsing through Facebook.  Ms Christine also indulge in craft work during her free time and is a fast learner.  

Thank you, Christine for giving me the opportunity to share this with you.



Thanks for reading this!  
Have a wonderful and productive weekend.



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Handmade Jewelry ~ Turquoise Messy Earrings


5th April 2014 (Saturday) @ 8.43 pm


Another pair of tangled wire earrings in teardrop shape with turquoise beads.


TURQUOISE MESSY EARRINGS






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Handmade Wire Jewelry ~ Messy Diamond Earrings


2nd April 2014 @ 5.10pm (Wednesday)

Hello ... I am making my "appearance" again after a lapse of nearly a month.  

Here's a pair of earrings which I crafted using silver plated wire.  The two triangle components are  joined together in the middle with amethyst beads and  thinner gauge wires were purposely tangled to form the base as part of the earring design.  

I wonder what name should be given to this earrings...... Let's call it

MESSY DIAMOND EARRINGS




Inquiries on the above earrings can be directed to my email at 
emilytanmeisin@yahoo.com




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New Wirework Jewelry Tutorial ~ Twisted Wire Flower Link

7th March 2014 (Friday) @ 11.55pm


Code:   ESP 6/2014

Price:  USD 2

Inspired by a flower pendant I bought years ago, led me to create this tutorial which I've released and is now listed in my etsy shop, www.etsy.com/shop/emilysecretpassions as instant download in PDF file.  

This tutorial is suitable for a beginner who already have basic wirework skills or for those who just want to have fun making it.  It teaches how to make this free-form flower link from a long wire that is twisted together, and then hammered, to form the flower.  The main photo above shows how it is used in a beaded necklace and a pair of dangle earrings but this tutorial also has a step by step instructions on how to make a pair of twisted flower ear studs to match the necklace.  

You can create other designs from just this flower link ~ namely necklace, bracelet, earrings, lariat, choker, pendant and even a book mark.  

I'll bet you just can't stop at making one! 













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