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We are proud to present this Certificate out to our very First winner of the online Chandelier earring Competition 2013 Vaibhavi
TITLE : JHUMKA GIRA RE NAME OF CREATOR : Jothi Vinod Vaibhavi
the Winning Piece
We are proud to present out our very First winner of the online Chandelier earring Competition it is Vaibhavi a killer design the Jhumka Gira Re. This piece is the exact requirement of the Competition . the colour is the perfect example of the requeste Colour block , she gave us a pink peach and Purple, a mixed media request paper with beads and Metal. and yes a Chandelier with an Indian design the Jumkha gave us that twist. the dangles and all. We would love to see more of this design in different colours and will be honored not only to have you on our page and share your work and thoughts on the page everyday but you also are the opening to our very first certificate that we will present to you Shortly. and yes we will be talking to you and a asking about your journey and Interview with Handmade N Beyond.
Description : Chandelier earring made using paper quilling method. Since its mixed media I used some glass beads and attachments too.
Inspiration : I loved this contest of chandelier earrings mainly because its my first attraction when I entered my husband's house after marriage. There is a big grand beautiful chandelier in the mid of our hall. With these inspiration I went on making my all time favorite "Earrings" ;-)
Materials used : Paper, Metal attachment, white and blue glass beads.
Process time: It took 2 hrs to make all the paper beads and one hour to coat them and half an hour to complete the earring
1. Description : sunshine is paper quilled earring, made up of 3 mm paper strips.its a stud chandelier earring.
2. colour variants : violet, yellow and magenta
3. time taken : 2 hrs, 45min (approx)
4.process : paper quilling, its an art of rolling paper stips with thumb and index finger, it takes loads of patience .n believe me its super fun.
5.size : length 7.00 X breath 5.00 cm
6.material used : paper, adhesive, metal stud, gloss,
When I saw the contest requirements, this unique design came from my heart. This pair of Chandelier earrings is very stylish & contemporary with Indian touch. Here is my work drawn from the imagination of magnificent glories of Lord Krishna symbolized by his iconic peacock feather. The final product is a fusion of this feather on a hand crafted wire work embellished with acrylic beads.
Materials used à
·feathers – Upcycled pet plastic bottle, hand-printed using mix media technique
·Wire work with white and blue acrylic beads
Approach followed à
I first imagined and designed the complete work on a piece of paper (can be seen on the bottom right of the image). Then, I realized this creation.
I have used 18-gauge copper wire to create the forms of the earrings. The curvy frames were fashioned using wire then hand forged and polished. Tiny dyed red coral beads were coiled onto thinner 26-gauge copper wire to create a burst of colour. Svarovski crystal beads in various hues of purple dangle from the center of the frame to add sparkle. The curved frames are attached to each other using hand-made copper jump rings to give them that fluidity. A heart shaped connector has been used to attach jump rings to the frames and the hand made and forged copper ear wires are the final cog in the wheel which brings the chandelier earring together. It is a lovely coming together of rustic copper wire, vivid coral beads and sparkly crystals, which completes Sameera.
From design on paper to completion of piece took about 4-5 joyful creative hours. Trimadhura is the dream of 3 sisters living in different parts of the globe, who share a deep love of handmade creations that have a unique appeal. This love of beauty which links many of us together makes us appreciate this initiative of Handmade 'N' Beyond. The inspiration is Trimadhura's love to create handmade items.
Name: Roshni Patel Shah (Klay Kala) Title: Shree Ganesha Earrings (Chandelier) Description of Item - Shree Ganesha Earrings (Chandelier). These are 100% handmade & wearable earrings made from Polymer Clay. Inspiration - I recently started playing with Polymer Clay and make my Creations. As in Indian tradition, since any new work is started with the name of Ganesha - The Vighnaharta. I thought of creating a Chandelier Earrings with Ganesha. Material Used - Polymer Clay (Green+Red, Blue, Orange, White, Black) Gold and White Acrylic paint Paint Brush Beads and required attachments. Process of Making - Used Polymer clay to create Ganesh's crown, body, base, tooth and eyes. Used White and Gold Acrylic paint for decoration. It is 100% Handmade and NO molds or Stamps are used. Baked the earrings in the Oven. Added the Beads and attachments. Time Taken - 4 to 6 hours
The earring is based on a concept. I have done the base stud resembling sun and moon, which means both men and women have a equal footage in our society. The stud is the symbolic representation of it. The stud is followed by two peacocks with their feathers open, meaning the wings already exists for us, all we got to do is just open a feathers and fly/dance. The chandelier pattern is made from the shape of mango ended with a red bead. I wanted to add Indian touch to it, with modern colours so for this ethnic design I have used bright combinations such as yellow and grey, peacock blue, onion pink and ultramarine blue and finally bright yellow and blue for the mango. That is reason behind the title “ethnic fuscia”.
The medium I have used is clay with beads and stones. I have painted the earring with acrylic paint. Total time taken for it right is approximately 8 hours and my inspiration to take part in this contest.
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: Handcrafted chandelier earrings carved out from coconut shell gives a royal charm look.And is stucked with lucky red seeds enhance the entire grace of the earrings.Moreover the core material used, adds an 'ecofriendly' title to the product.
INSPIRATION: The specific handcrafted chandelier earrings have got its inspiration from the mughal art and design.
MATERIALS USED : Coconut shell,Lucky red seeds,Acrylic Paint and findings
TIME TAKEN TO MAKE THE PRODUCT: 9-10 hrs
PROCESS OF MAKING:
Design the jewellery piece on a piece of paper.
Using coarse sandpaper,sand untill all the 'hair' is removed from the coconut shell.
Do the same thing to the inside of the shell.
Copy and stick the desired design onto the shell.
pierce and cut the design using bow cutter.
Finish the edges with various file tools.
Mark the holes wherever needed and drill it.
Paint it with acrylic .
Lucky red seeds should precisely cut and have to stick on the top of the coconut shell using adhesive.
Wait untill it completely gets dry and a coat of varnish have to apply on the top .
Then the completed pieces has to join using jump rings and hook has to attach finally .
Title for my work : Sway around with colors n sound
Name : Divya Silviston
Description of Item : Indian Chandelier full of colors and sound !
making time : 30 minutes
Material used : Tibetian silver chandelier component, stone beads, metal bells, gun metal findings and silver hooks
What inspired you : Wanted to create a different chandelier apart from the usual riot of colors wanted to add the tingling sound of bells. You hear the sound when you do any action. With children around you (along with your ear) will be the center of attraction :-)
Title :Sindoori Name : Puja Sharma I call my creation, SINDOORI (Hindi)- which translated in english is called Vermillion. Married Hindu women put Sindoor ( Vermillion) in parting of their hair as sign of marriage.There is No festive ritual complete witout the use of Sindoor. This colour is Favourite of Goddess Durga who stands for Shakti ( Power). As its festival season coming in for Indians , I was inspired to take the colour that symbolize it. So I have used Red & gold as these represent colours of our festival. I have put multiple lines of crystal using metal links in a diamond shaped brass plate with holes punched in it. Another metal link is used to complete the top of earring using textured acrylic metal coated bead.Gold polished Hook is used for hanging. It takes 25 minutes to make this pair of earrings. I have used Red glass crystal beads, Textured Acrylic metal coated beads, Punched brass metal plates, Gold polished Hook and links.
DESCRIPTION : The earrings have one big jhumka in BLOCK COLOURS pink and violet as the centre piece and many smaller jhumkas in the CHANDELIER for the INDIAN TOUCH in it. The jhmkas are paper quilled to perfection and the pink shiny beads and gold plated beads add to the beauty of the piece.
PROCESS OF MAKING : 3mm pink and violet paper strips used to make the jhumkas with paper quilling technique, mounted on headpin and hung on the loop. Smaller jhumkas made in single colours, teamed with pink and violet beads and gold plated beads, hung on the lower end of the loop for the chandelier look.
MAKING TIME : 2 hours approximately
MATERIALS USED : Gold covering beads, 3mm quilling strips in pink and violet, pink shiny beads and gold coloured hoops and hooks.
INSPIRATION : Jhumkas are my personal favourite. One of the main T&C of the competiton was INDIAN STYLE and what could be more Indian than jhumkas!!!! Pink and violet was the colour of my favourite PATTU PAVAADI (silk long skirt) during my childhood, just loved it and hence the colour combination for the earrings. The colours also suited the condition of BLOCK COLOURS.
The Making - The Chandelier Earring are completely Handmade (except the beads :P) ! All the components used in the earring is individually made by Wires.
Inspiration - I wanted to try my hands on Wire Wrapped Earrings from a long time and this Earring Contest seemed to the perfect time to try my hands on something completely new to me. Something which is Completely Handmade :) I am so glad i could do it!
The Time Taken - As the wire wrapping technique was completely new to me, there was a lot of trial & errors before i could achieve the Final Result. The complete process including the photography took 1 and 1/2 days to complete.
About Me - I am Deepa Arun. The sole owner & creator of Diyah Creations - A home to a colourful bunch of Jewellery & Accessories.
Title : "Quilled Creamy Earring" Process of Making : Using Quilled papers, made petal shapes and combined to form a Chandelier shaped earring. I have no idea in the jewlery making and this is my first attempt.;) Time Taken: 1hour Inspiration: I love doing anything with papers. So i have chosen doing with Quilled papers and of course my favourite and most inspired artist Subhashree Natarajan Owner of "Yadhs - Jewelry making and Paper quilling":)
Title : Talk Dainty Name : Rohita Vee Description : I let my colours do the talking. Materials used : Used a brass metal piece as a base. Embellished with rhinestones , running chain and a teardrop charm.Gave colour using nail enamels. Process time : 1 hour. 30 mins for each piece. Inspiration : The very theme itself.
These chandelier earrings have been made with the fire of red and the deepness of the deep blue sea as the inspiration. To add to the Indianess and glamour of the earrings pearls and kundan have been added. Its a timeless piece which goes well with Indian ethnic wear.
Description: Playing with Clay, air dry , used the lotus Cutter for the Petal and smaller one for the finish. colors are , Peach, pop florescent Pink, and White. with a texture to match the lotus and Black studs to finish the look. Time taken 3 days, drying painting gluing and varnish.
Inspiration: A dress I love and wanted a pair for myself.