Wire Wrapped Jewelry and Tutorials by Mei

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Done! Tulip Brooch

Monday, June 09, 2008

This brooch took the longest time to make. The frame for this brooch was shown in my previous post here, picture right at the bottom. This is a custom made piece. The design for this piece was sketched by the customer so most of the time was spent figuring out how to wire wrap the design so that they flow and it does not look like a bunch of wire wrapped together.

For the petals and stem, I used 20ga wire while the wrapping is with 28ga stainless steel wire. As for the pin, I used 20ga hard stainless steel wire. The "springy" wire makes it more suitable as pin but it is really tough to bend it.

Wrapped the five petals with 4mm swarovski crystal near the top to hold the focal beads in place.
This Brooch measures about 5cm from top to bottom.


~$ieW m3i~ Wednesday, June 11, 2008 at 11:41:00 AM GMT+8  

Ooo this is really nice! Such fine and detailed work! :)

Jonara Blu Maui Friday, June 13, 2008 at 3:10:00 AM GMT+8  

wow! You are so clever! This is adorable!

Anonymous ,  Friday, June 13, 2008 at 4:44:00 PM GMT+8  

very impressive! Both you and the owner of this new brooch!

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