Saturday, August 7, 2010

Trinket Box 101

The trinket box is still free!! But I have moved it to my new home located here

http://wiredelements.com/learning-center/free-tutorials/trinket-box-tutorial/


34 comments:

  1. Ohmygosh, what a treat! This does look like alot of challenging work - but it will be fun to give it a try. Thank you!

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  2. Oh this is great, hope i have the time to try it on..Tq so much Mary for sharing this!

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  3. Thank you so much for sharing this, Mary! A gorgeous project and a great tutorial. I'm sure I'll have a lot of fun (and will learn a lot) trying this.
    Heike

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  4. This is fab!!!
    Thanks for being so generous as to post!!!!!

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  5. You're all very welcome! I hope it blesses you in your creative walk!

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  6. Wow...you really are awesome you know!! Making tutorials is so painful, as we have already discussed sometime back. And then to offer something like this for free...you leave me speechless.

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  7. ...and I just shared this on my FB profile :-).

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  8. Oh wow - I definitely want to make one!. Thanks for posting this Mary!

    Cleo

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  9. Mary you are really incredible!! Making tutorials is not easy, as we know. And then to offer something like this for nothing. You are unique and so generous, God bless you. Hugs.
    Rita

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  10. You're all welcome! I enjoy doing things differently from the norm from time to time. I'm having fun giving this present to you all:)

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  11. Mary, I really appreciate how much you have shared with this lesson. Even down to the small things that make the project so well finished, like lining up you spirals. I cannot wait to give this a try. Thank you so much for writing/photographing this and for making it free.

    Vicky ;)

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  12. Grand merci pour ton partage ! Thank you so so much for sharing that with us !
    J'adore cette perle...I love it
    Francesca

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  13. Thanx so Much Mary! =D) This is Gorgeous! Mx

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  14. Mary, this is a beautiful piece, I can't wait to try it. Thank you for sharing,
    Blessings,
    Terry

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  15. Thanks so much Mary!
    I really love your work. This tutorial looks to be well done....you've done a great job. Thanks for sharing.....
    Kim (Texas)

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  16. You're all very welcome! I'm happy to see so many interested in this project!

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  17. oh wow Mary....thank you for taking the time to put this together....

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  18. How very sweet of you to share this! You make it look easy, and I bet it's not! I adore these and going to give making one a go some day, again thanks so much for sharing this!

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  19. This is an awesome piece and thank you for sharing the "how to".
    Shall try this out soon.
    Mei

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  20. You are so sweet to share how you do these !
    Thank you so much !

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  21. You are completely awesome for posting this. Thank you!

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  22. This is fantastic Mary!!! Very generous of you :D
    I also feel quite proud that you used my little round loops tut - only a teeny tiny part of your work but I'm wiggling with glee lol!

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  23. Fee, I love your round loops tute! It's well written and puts sound technique into the hands of all! It's like a perfect little gem;))

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  24. Fantastic! I'm trying it right now, and I've made a mistake... ha! I was working on the lid and realized, when I was almost done with it, that it's coiled in the wrong direction. I coiled in the wrong "same" direction. LOL That was around 4 hrs of work... but it's OK! I'll just make another top and bottom and then I'll have 2 vessels in the end! (as long as I get the coiling direction right heheheh) Thank you SO much for offering this for free, it's very generous of you!!

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  25. Jeanne, even though I know better, I still make that mistake sometimes;) I have a lid sitting on my desk right now, hoping I'll make a cup for it one day;)

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  26. Wow thank you so much!! I was figuring out how to make a wire amulet bag and saw your beauties on the internet, and now a free tutorial!!! Thank you for sharing this!!!

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  27. Wow. Thanks for sharing this fabulous tutorial with us for free! This little basket is amazing. I will definitely be giving this a go.

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  28. Hi! Great tute! I will be linking at http://www.handmade-jewelry-club.com/ in future post.

    Thanks!
    Jane
    http://www.handmade-jewelry-club.com/

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  29. Thank You so much for sharing such a
    beautiful design. That is really a very kind
    thing to do, what a jesture. I had seen and
    admired this work before and I was hoping to
    find some instructional information on it.
    Wow! what a joy to have this so I can try these
    techniques! Soooooooooo Sweet of you!!!!!!!!!
    Thanks Again M.S.

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  30. Thank you so much! I just made this and I'm very happy with the results. Thank you so much for your time and effort you put in this tutorial. And again, Thank you!

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  31. Thank you for this wonderful tutorial! I love your trinket box, lockets and everything you create. Your work is inspiring!

    Zoraida

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