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National Association of Photoshop Professionals Pixenate - Edit photos online, fast and easily - No plugins required. Color Combinations | Color Schemes | Color Palettes Little Wire Bird Nests Sweet tiny wire nests! So pretty added to product, collage, or even hanging from a delicate chain or ribbon and worn around your neck. Nests to me always represent motherhood, so I am especially fond of them. Above are photos of a couple on my Nest and Home bottles that were sold through my Etsy shop. I use 24 guage wire, (brass, silvertone or sterling silver) and little cultured pearls or pearly-looking beads. Thread the beads onto the wire. Turn, bend the wire around the beads threading back through itself here and there. Using round-nose jewelry pliers or needle-nose pliers, bend, kink and twirl the wire further. Here’s the finished nest with extra wire curls extending and tucked into yet another watch case! You can patina your eggs with a golden-brown permant marker dabbed here and there as I did with the ones attached to the bottles. Share

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Copper Ring Tutorial The ring I made before went well so I wanted to play around with that some more. Here I have a gauge 22 and 18 wire. The smaller the number the thicker the wire. Yes, it's a handle of some sort. This is the 18 gauge which I'm wrapping twice. Work one bead at a time. Once strung with a bead each wire goes behind in the opposite direction. Like so. Time to put the ring back on our "form". Now you want to make the wire and beads symmetrical. I prefer smaller ones so I snipped mine to an inch. With the thicker wire especially I need to get the spiral into my flat nosed and really crank. This spiral will sit below the top bead. Again, what you did with your first spiral do the opposite with the other. One in both sizes, each a little different.

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DIY Flower Halo – HonestlyWTF You’ll start by cutting 2 circles from the piece of felt at approximately 2″ in diameter. Form the wires of your halo by molding and bending each piece into a half circle. Lay the two half circles opposite of each other to create a single circle, laying it over the top of your head to check the fit. Wrap floral tape over 2 sections of overlapping wire at 11 o’clock and 3 o’clock. Trim any overlapping pieces with the wire cutters. Using the wire cutters, cut the stem off the flower making sure the back is flat. The possibilities are endless with this as you can wrap flowers around half or the entire perimeter of the halo, reinforcing with glue. Your flower halo is ready to wear! (images by Honestly…WTF) NiceFuckingGraphics

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