Sweet Treats Challenge Winners Announced!

We are blown away!

Thank you to all who participated in our Sweet Treats Creativity Challenge. It is so exciting to see what you can create!

We are so impressed with your effort and openness to letting your mind explore all the creative possibilities of how “Sweet Treats” can add a new “flavor” to your jewelry.

If you entered this Wubbers Challenge, but didn’t win…

Please be watching your inboxes.   We decided to send a special little “thank you” to all who participated in the Wubbers Sweet Treats Challenge.

And, as promised…

We randomly selected our four Wubbers winners. Please take a moment to be inspired by their creations below and to read a little about their thought processes and materials.

And, stay tuned for the next surprise!

The newest challenge is coming up in a few weeks! But for now, not a peep about what it will be.

Winner of the Wubbers Steel Bench Block and Metal Discs   

Bonnie Berken 5

Bonnie Berken  

” ‘Honeydew Smoothie’ is the name of this bracelet because I love to drink green smoothies of most any type. Handmade copper infinity links connect lime green and deep green coiled wire beads and are reminiscent of the kale, spinach, and honeydew melon in one of my favorite green smoothies.  A copper bar clasp finishes the bracelet.”

Winner of the Wubbers Apprentice Pliers Set of Five

color adjust Shawnea

Shawnea Hardesty 

“This is a rhodochrosite with vintage bronze craft wire.  It reminds me of the jaw breakers used to get from the candy store when I was a kid.  It would have fun layers of colors as you licked away on it- way too bid to put in your mouth so with sticky hands you could see the colors pop through.”

Winner of the Wubbers Artisan’s Mark Hammer Set 

Elizabeth Phillips

Elizabeth Phillips

“This is a solid copper overlap bracelet with handmade “sweet” lampwork beads.  No calories or sugar!”

Winner of the Jumbo Mandrel Plier of Choice

Judyd Larson 3

Judy Larson  

“For the Sweet Treats Challenge I decided I decided to use some of the tutorials I have been collecting from artists that use wire in their designs.

When I think of a Sweet Treat, I think of my favorite chocolate which is wrapped in gold foil.  That led me to chocolate pearls and gold wire.  I used three different tutorials from Nicole Hanna for the pendants shown here.”

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