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Why is it so fascinating account? Because it has the power to transform ordinary objects into works of art. Once you've created the flowers and butterflies can be attached with pins and hair bands. Children love to make and use these wonderful hair accessories. These beauties are also a great gift accounts.

Materials:
28 gauge wire
Size 11 seed beads
Size 6 seed beads
Pins
Flat nose pliers
Round Nose Pliers
Seam tape
Wire headband
Hot glue gun
Small magnets (optional)

Basic Method:

To make flowers:
Cut a length of 12 inches of 28 gauge wire. Hilo twenty size 11 seed beads in the middle of the wire. Now bend and twist the wire in a rotation use of flat-nose pliers to create a petal. Thread twenty more accounts and turn again. Repeat this process until you have five petals. Now, a thread size 6 balls seed at both ends of the ropes. Twist petals around the count and thread cables through the petals of insurance. These two accounts should now be in the center of the flower. Use the remaining cable to connect the curve of the fork. Snip the ends and flatten with flat nose pliers. You can mix and provides consistency of these pins as gifts or for your own family.

To make the butterflies:
You follow the same technique as for the petals. However, 2 wings should be higher. Therefore 40 counts of wire 2 wings and 25 counts of small wings. Now, for the body, crimp one end of an 8-inch piece of wire and wire size 25 of 11 accounts. Leaning back three or four balls at the end uncrimped to create the butterfly's head. Connect the body to the wings separately wrapping a length of 5 inches wire around the middle of the wings. Trim left on the wire. Connect the butterfly to a pin or headband. The hair band has to be covered with a first seam tape. Stick the tape to one end of the headband and wrap overlay on the march and glue on the opposite end.

These flowers and butterflies, also could become magnets. You can buy the magnets into the craft store. After you cut the excess wire to attach a magnet in the center with a small dab of hot glue.

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Annette Labedzki received her BFA at the Emily Carr College of Art and Design in Vancouver, B.C. Canada. She has more than 25 years experience. She is the founder and developer of an online art gallery featuring original art from all over the world. It is a great site for art collectors to buy original art. Is is also a venue for artists to display and sell their art . Artists can join for free and their image upload is unlimited. Please visit the website at http://www.labedzki-art.com

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