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We’ve got a bit of a treat for you today, Linda Jones has written us a special wire flower tutorial that we are really excited to share with you all…over to you Linda! If you’re just starting out with wire and you’ve been following my online jewellery tutorials – here’s a little extra bit of inspiration!  I never get tired of creating wire flowers to embellish accessories and jewellery designs. Merriment Design by Kathy Beymer is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License.
The holidays are coming and what could be better than to give (or receive) handmade jewelry? Both books are collections of projects pulled from Lark Jewelry & Beading’s most popular titles. Inside the books, you’ll find a great overview of jewelry making tools and techniques, making it a snap to learn from scratch or refresh your memory. The step-by-step instructions for each project are accompanied by ample illustrations and photographs.


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Place your cylindrical mandrel (I used a pen) approximately 2.5cm (1”) up from the link and bend the wire around to form a loop (to create your first petal). Repeat steps 2 to 3, to create 6 more petals, so that you have 7 in total.  Cut the wire from the spool (leaving just enough to form a link). Pull the petal loops around to form a circle and post the cut end through the small link (created in step1) to secure the frame together. Pull the zig-zag frame around to form a circle and secure by attaching the cut end through the small link. If you want to learn about all the techniques Linda has used them make sure you sign up for the Introduction to Wire Jewelry with Linda Jones. Contributors include a few well-known jewelry designers including Kaari Meng of the popular LA boutique French General and Candie Cooper, known for her work on the DIY network and PBS.


We are on the roll making video tutorials and so we've got another DIY wire jewelry video tutorial for you! Please log in the box below using Facebook, click the green “+1? entry button and follow the instructions — I’m using a service for this giveaway called Rafflecopter.
Please note that neither Kathy Beymer nor Merriment Design is responsible for items lost due to shipping or delivery errors. This giveaway not associated with Facebook; entrants are providing information to Merriment Design and not to Facebook.



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