Many months ago, I made some headpins, really fancy ones.
Then I didn't make any for a long time.
On Saturday, I looked at my molds and thought, I need to make some more headpins.
I need some myself, for some crystal drops that I want to wire wrap and give a really fancy look.
This Finial headpin has a hole at the top, so it can be added to a chain or wire wrapped bead link, and a briolette or lampwork bead can be put onto the wire at the bottom and wrapped to make a really special finish for it.
The wire is really long, to give plenty of room for wire wrapping, but can easily be cut to shorten if necessary.
I got the top finial really thin but sturdy, so it's light but durable. Love that new belt sander, Yes I Do!
This is another little heart headpin I made on Saturday. It has a cute floral folksy design on it, and a long, long wire tail.
I can see these used with a lovely lampwork bead on top and wire wrapped to make a dangle. I put both of them in the Etsy shop, if you want to play with them in your designs, too. There's also one that looks like the top of a spoon, and one that has an antique key design. Very fun!
If you have suggestions on how you'd use them, post comments here, there will be a giveaway later this week!