Wire Wrapped Ring Supplies Giveaway!

Update: This giveaway has ended! Congratulations to Debbi C., the winner of the the Wire Wrapped Ring Supplies Giveaway!

We’ve just launched two new techniques on our site, Wire Wrapped Rings – Simple Wrap and Wire Wrapped Rings – Messy Wrap! To celebrate the launch of these new techniques that you all have requested, we’re giving away the tools and supplies needed to make the rings to one lucky winner! You could win a heavy duty ring mandrel, a plastic mallet and an entire ounce of 20 gauge dead soft silver-filled wire! With that amount of wire, you can make rings for all your fingers and all your toes! Shining Pearl RingAll you need to supply is the creativity and some focal beads for your designs! To enter to win this fabulous giveaway, leave a comment on this blog post telling us what bead you’d like to feature as the spotlight to your own wire wrapped ring. A winner will be randomly selected and notified by e-mail on Friday, January 13, 2012, 4 PM PST. Good luck and make sure to check out our techniques and all of our ring inspiration!

Good Luck! – Sara

677 comments to Wire Wrapped Ring Supplies Giveaway!

  • Meg

    I am so going to do this with the Colorado Topaz Swarovski Chrystal.

  • Jamie A

    I would make this ring with some blue “sea sediment jasper”, it’s my new favorite stone! :)

  • Marie Broosk

    Because each stone carries it’s own energy I am unable to select just one! However I believe many people would benefit knowing about each stone. For example: Garnet is for the month of January is found worldwide, there are 4 different types of garnets, The Garnet is a stone of purity and truth as well as a symbol of love and compassion.
    Thank you so very much for providing such a wonderful site. It has brought many smiles to family & friends who have been the recipients of gifts I made from designs you’ve shared.

  • I would like to use a gorgeous Gold Blue and Blue Green Labradorite!
    I saw the 2 new techniques and I want to try them, look easy!!! but I need the tools!!!

    Thank you for the opportunity!!!

  • Lisa B.

    I would use either a piece of gorgeous seaglass I’ve
    Found on beach or piece of fireglass in greens and mixed
    Swirls.

  • CHRIS NEWKIRK

    I WOULD TRY A RING MADE WITH A REALLY COOL LAMPWORK BEAD

  • Nancy

    I would use a beautiful grey swarovski pearl.

  • Kim P

    I have a Blue Lace Agate but it might be too big, and a faceted amethyst, and of course a pearl.

  • I would like to use sea glass!

  • wow!!! the “FIRST” stone would be a peruvian opal…then…??? thanks for this opportunity!!!!!

  • Deb Chew

    I would use a murano glass bead or a purple gemstone. Either choice would be beautiful with silver.

  • White crystal pearl, what else? I love pearls…

  • Brenda

    Oooo! tools! Maybe I there is a Santa Claus…maybe he didn’t forget me after all!

  • Anne G

    I haven’t tried this technique yet, but would love to give it a try.

  • Lesly

    I have not tried wire wrapping yet! I have looked at the rings and am really wanting to try it! I would like to make one with a cluster of Swarovski bi-cones.

  • Jaime

    I would really like to make some opal rings because they are very classic looking. I would also really like to make some that use green emerald colored stones – an absolute favorite!

  • Alice Nelson

    I would like to use some of the polished stones my son just gave me while cleaning his room!

  • Doris Jacoby

    I’d love try wire wrapping. I’m pretty sure I would choose something green; maybe jade.

  • Lisa

    Lapis Lazuli – beautiful deep blue and silver is always a great combination in my eyes.

  • Amber

    I would use vintage buttons!

  • Stacy

    Hard to pick, probably something blue.

  • Rita

    I would match the bead to the metal: gold bead/gold wire, etc. I think the monochromatic look goes better with outfits.

  • Lisa Law

    I would like to use aquamarine, my birthstone, but that might be a bit pricy, so a blue crystal would work fine.

  • Debbie Gokey

    For me, definitely clear, AB crystal (diamond is too expensive). I love the technique shown on your site.

  • I would use a cobalt blue lampworked bead with silver specs floating through it. It would be a bead that I create myself.

  • I’ve been eye-ing some beautiful Chrysoprase at my local bead store. It was a square faceted bead with the holes from corner to corner. I think this would make a most interesting wire wrapped ring! Thank you for the opportunity! *crossing fingers*

  • Anne Elisabeth

    I love the ring as you made it, with the white pearl. Would also try with a folden shadow crystal