Hi, Welcome back to my blog for a new project to do together. Again this time I thought of a simple and fast work, all of them: cute flowers made with metallic wire and colored with nail polish.
I do not want to tell you anything else, let’s see what it is. You will find the tutorial at the bottom of the article.
FLOWERS IN WIRE WITH NAIL POLISH: BASE IDEA
You can create lots of cute things with metal wire, that is, the classic iron wire.
So by doing a bit of wire test, these flowers came out.
Just to leave them so “empty” I did not like it at all; Then I thought of using nail polish to color them a little.
After the first, disastrous, experiments eventually got something pretty. So I thought about creating a tutorial!
FLOWERS IN WIRE WITH NAIL POLISH: THE MATERIAL NECESSARY
Making these flowers with this technique is simple, fast and suitable for everyone, even to those who are the first weapons with manual work.
You will only need a few things that you might already have at home or still find in the fine arts stores. If you prefer to buy online, where possible, I also leave links to buy the material on the web.
- 0.8 mm wire
- Nail polish (http://amzn.to/2tj4vJQ)
- A circular support as a pencil
- Thrust pliers
- Container where to pour the enamel
You’ve seen, are not many, right? I’m sure you will have home many of these items, such as nail polish and pencil.
FLOWERS IN WIRE WITH NAIL POLISH: USEFUL TIPS
Before leaving the tutorial, I would like to give you some little suggestion and advice that might be useful for your project.
For good work I recommend using a lot of nail polish. In that case, use the cheaper ones.
Also you have to have a bit of patience because it is not said that from the first “immersion” in the nail polish, it should immediately take the wire.
FLOWERS IN WIRE WITH NAIL POLISH: TUTORIAL
Below you can see the tutorial and then do the work I’ve talked to you so far. I am very curious to see your version, so just have it done, I would recommend it, send me a photo via email or write a post on my Facebook page. Do you mind, huh?