Wedding Charms

Mar 28, 2015

Wedding Charms

Do you need a quick gift to give to a new bride? If so, this is one fast project she will cherish and can either wear, place in a shadow box or on the spine of a wedding album.

To create the bead flower bouquet all I did was place one bead onto a headpin then curl the end of the headpin to form a small loop. Once I had 12 completed I bunched them together and wrapped a headpin around the middle of the bunch. Then I attached a jump ring to the wire wrapped area. Super simple.

Supplies Used: 13 Headpins, 12 Beads, 3 Jump Rings, 2 Long Rectangle Blanks, 2 Vintage Beads, Black Acrylic Paint

Tools Needed: Bench Block, Metal Stamps, Brass Metal Stamping Hammer, Long Nose Pliers (PJ Tool Jewelry & Craft is a great place to get your tools)

To learn basic metal stamping techniques you can watch videos HERE on the PJ Tool Jewelry & Craft website.

Lisa

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  • Beth Williams

    I’m thinking metal stamping is one crafting adventure where it is best to save the pennies and get good tools to start with-right?

    • http://lisapace.com/ Lisa M. Pace

      Yes Beth, having good tools makes the process so much easier.

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