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Twisted Wire and Pearl Floral Bridal Jewelry Tutorials

It is wedding season! June is actually one of the most popular months for people to tie the knot. No wonder, the weather is warm but not scorching or too humid.  Here are some lovely twisted wire and pearl floral bridal jewelry tutorials by Gilda Workshop.  They are in Russian. But the technique is easy and you should be able to follow the instructor.


The first tutorial is for the earrings.  She probably used silk flowers. If yours don't have a central hole, I would just use a small hole punching pliers and add it!



The bracelet is delicate and pretty too.



There is also a tutorial for a matching hair vine or mini-tiara.  I am not so sure about this one as I can see hair being caught up in the vines.  What do you think?




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4 comments:

  1. Hey Pearl, If you click on the 3 dots right above the red subscribe option, and select "open transcript", it gives you the verbiage in English (if that's your chosen language). Looks a little like this:
    ....00:22
    So, I take 1 meter of silver wire for beadwork
    00:24
    in diameter of 0.4 mm.
    00:26
    I fold it in half,
    00:27
    put on a small cream pearl,
    00:29
    bring it to the middle...

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    1. Thanks so much for letting us all know. I missed that!

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  2. Aren't these sweet! I particularly like the earrings. I know I'd be on those if I came across them in the wild.

    I wired some hair combs with summery beads and no matter how I tried those wires always caught hair. I didn't even want to give them away knowing that.

    Just my thoughts on that. If someone knows of a way to prevent that I'd be interested.

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    1. Probably fine for special occasions!But not for everyday wear.

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