I got this dragon stamping from B'sue boutiques http://www.bsueboutiques.com/item/Medieval-Dragons-7753 and some 10 ga half round copper wire dead soft from http://www.wire-sculpture.com/half-round-copper-wire/10_Gauge_Half_Round_Dead_Soft_Copper_Wire_10ft-5956-900.html
Using the ring bending pliers I made a tight loop on the end of the wire and slid the long end through the stamping. Then using bail making pliers I rolled in from the end a tight spiral and finally put a twist so the spiral would lay flat.
on the under side I used the nylon jaw pliers to fold the ends over and finished with a light tap with a planishing hammer's ball end. This locks the wire to the stamping.
Here is the completed bracelet with a copper toggle and hoop. Because I started with dead soft wire it is easy to customize the length by rolling tighter on the spirals to shorten the bracelet.
Another view showing the simple attachment to the toggle. No jump rings here just wire. Now I have to give credit for the inspiration to http://www.interweavestore.com/Jewelry-Making/Projects/Linked-Spirals-Bracelet.html?SessionThemeID=20&a=jp111018 I am a subscriber to their email daily and this is the design that made me want to make this. I did not download the article just looked at the picture and went from there.
I have also been making a fall cuff with components from http://www.bsueboutiques.com/ Using the 5 inch filigree over a plain cuff and wiring and gluing on the leaves and bird this fall cuff has emerged.
I bent the 5 inch filigree to match the cuff then punched holes through both and riveted on the filigree. The leaves were buffed with a sunshine cloth and and the stems bent around openings in the filigree then copious amounts of E-6000 was applied to fasten the leaves.
The bird was also glued down and the leaves bent to match the cuff and to act as prongs over the bird. Both of these will be available through my shop www.oscarcrow.etsy.com Please come take a look at them and all the new dolls up recently.