Saturday, 28 June 2008



* 0.8 mm wire
* Round-nosed pliers
* Nylon coated pliers
* Chain-nosed pliers
* Cutters

The beginning -  Make a loop with the round-nosed pliers and squeeze it  carefully using chain nosed pliers for a tighter loop

A much more closer loop


Coil - The center of the flower

Backview - Bend the wire behind the coil to start the first petal

1st Petal

Start of the 2nd Petal

2nd Petal

4 Petals...looks like a butterfly!

Complete flower with a coiled end

Some ideas on how to use your flower


pescbrico said...

Really cool tutorial! :) Thanks a lot!

Cecilia said...

waw!! Muchas gracias por el tutorial Ana. Lo que no encuentro son esos alambres que tu usas de colores, se ven geniales ¿de que marca son? Ya practicare y seguro que hago algunas!!

Maria Jesus said...

gua que talento Ana!! se ve muy facil hacerlos, gracias por compartirlo.

Sarah C said...

Wow, thank you so much for this step-by-step help. You've inspired me to want to have a go at making my own now :D xxxx

Alexandra said...

Great tutorial Ana! Love it! *STAMPIN HUGS* Alex

Heather the Mooselover said...

Great tutorial- you made it look easy!

Anonymous said...

Oh Wow TFS!!!Are those just everyday plyers Ana or are they specialised for the job!!?.....
Your flowers are great:)x

traciejane said...

wow Ana what a fab tutorial, have to give this a go. Thanks for sharing :)x

Edleen said...

this is great Ana! Thanks for sharing :)

chris said...

Fab tutorial Ana, you are full of surprises as always... love the new creations too

Karen said...

You make it look and sound so easy! Must have a go!

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