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Corset making by fairyfrog Corset making by fairyfrog
Please note these are *NOT* ment as tutorials, only to show my customer the progress of the ring I'm making for her.

If you have the skills to make something like this,
I bet you are good enough to have your own ideas and solutions for how to go through with them!

Got commissioned for a corset ring with mirror finish, more cleavage and longer point at the front. Finished it!

..decided to take some step-by-step images since people have asked me how I forge them. Just to show off my crafts! ;)

Sterling silver sheet.

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DevilsPet3 Featured By Owner Jan 2, 2015
There just isn't enough corset jewelry out there. Thanks for adding such a beautiful piece.
l-Saya-l Featured By Owner Aug 26, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
xtay-i Featured By Owner Aug 27, 2013
me encanta *^*

NyaahNatrix Featured By Owner Dec 8, 2011
i love work-in-process pics! thanks for sharing it!!
fairyfrog Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thank you! :)
fromashesirise Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2011
nice,nice :)
ShabbyChick Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
My best friend was the person who commissioned this piece from :iconfairyfrog: and she was overjoyed with the final product and the service from the creator herself. I recommend :iconfairyfrog: to anyone who wants a gorgeous piece of custom jewelery like this!!! <33333
fairyfrog Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2011  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thank you so much for your recommendation! :hug:
ShabbyChick Featured By Owner Sep 28, 2011  Professional Digital Artist
you're so welcome ^^
tired-girl Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2011  Professional General Artist
:jawdrop: That's beautiful! I love your smithing
TaiyouYanagi Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2011
How are you so awesome!?
(Really, how did you get into jewelry smithing?)
fairyfrog Featured By Owner Sep 25, 2011  Professional Artisan Crafter
Sorry for taking so long to reply!

I wanted to be a blacksmith since the age of 13, and before that I wanted to work with glass.
I always had a lot of curiosity in crafting and learning new techniques and combine them.

This ring for instance is a combination of my jewelcraft and old job as a semstress. I love to create optical illusions and shape metal into objexts usually made from other materials. And I always had a fascination for miniatures.

So a lot of curiosity, even more creativity, stubbornness and some luck brought me to the point where I am today - having my own little business and living off creating shiny things.

Now, this isn't what I do for a living, what sets food on my table is helping people mend old broken jewelry and making wedding bands, this is just the creative "extra" I get to do on occasion.

It has been a long time since I got to do a project just for myself that took more than a couple of hours. it can be difficult when your hobby and interest becomes a job. I hope I never lose the burning flame of passion for what I do. I don't think I will, though.. since I have so many things I could combine if I get bored.

Smithing, mask-making, sewing, embroidery, sculpting, beading, scrapbooking, glassworking, music, wood work, cooking..

I know I have been granted a great gift in my joy of creation and practical approach. I am very grateful for it.

mind you though, I have struggled in life and spent most of my school years alone and alienated. I was bullied and considered weird, and what I did instead was sitting around in my room crafting on my own.

Also, my family never had much money to spend. My mother made me feel rich though, and when I had a serious interest she always gave me real materials to experiment with. She is an arts teacher and always gave me artist grade materials. She is awesome and I think that brought me a long way. She has always encouraged my crafts and is my best and worst critic.

Anyway, thank you for your kind comment. It's much appreciated and I got a bit embarrassed to answer it at once, but there you go. ;)


I might grow old, but I refuse to grow up! ;)
SprinklesGirl Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2011
I will try that out ! thank you :)
Samarai Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2011
Gotta hand it to you [or the person who commissioned it], this is definitely different.

Nice Work, though.
fairyfrog Featured By Owner Aug 12, 2011  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thank you!
They found it in my ETSY-shop and wanted slight alterations. ;)
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