I'm Zoraida and I design and create handmade, one of a kind jewelry. My work is inspired by the art of ancient world cultures that have endured the shifting trends of fashion. I prefer to work in copper and semi precious gemstones but also appreciate fine lamp work beads, wood and other artistically crafted materials. Please visit my studio at http://zoraida.artfire.com and my website at http://zoraidajewelry.com
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Tools and Supplies A 6″ piece of 16ga or 18ga round, soft wire for frame 12 or so inches of half round, half hard, 16ga wire Round nose pliers Square or Chain nose pliers Wire cutters Chasing hammer Small file … Continue reading
We went upstate this weekend for a partial move to our new home in Smyrna, NY. We’re moving in stages and having mail delivered to the post office there. It was a nice surprise to find my copy of the … Continue reading
Donuts (not the kind you eat) are fun, instant, jewelry components that look great as a focal or all by themselves on a cord. Here’s a way to create a bail for any type of donut whether it’s made of … Continue reading
This months’ Spring 2013 issue of Wirework Magazine included a tutorial for my necklace on pages 3o through 33. Wirework Magazine is an awesome publication for jewelry artists. It full of great tutorials and I’m delighted to be published among … Continue reading