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Lotus Tiara & Kelly Grace Head Band


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It's that time of the year again where Christmas, graduation, prom nights and festivals are just around the corner, so crafting this tiara/head band is most suitable if you are making it for yourself or for someone you love. This tiara/head band is also suitable as a gift for a bride and her bride maids. Once you've learned the technique, you can make whatever design you desire. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Knowledge of basic skills. Suitable for a beginner as it involves pure wire wrapping technique and beads attachment. This tutorial will teach you how to construct the head band from 16 gauge or 18 gauge wire, therefore this is a 100% handcrafted piece. It may take some time to construct and coil the tiara/head band but it's worth the effort once you've completed it. You can make a smaller tiara if you wish and you can use the second design from Kelly Grace Head Band with swirly loops to create a bangle, pendant, earrings, hair pins and even a necklace by making short components of the swirly loops and connect them together with jump rings. An example of the earrings is shown in the last page of this tutorial. This tutorial is 3.25MB large, 90+ step-by-step photos in the 23 pages. All photos and texts were taken and written by me. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS About 17 inches (43cm) in size

Supplies Needed

  • 16 gauge/18 gauge wire
  • 22 gauge wire
  • 28 gauge wire

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I am a fulltime homemaker to three teenagers and sole caregiver to my mum. I've been crafting wire jewelry since 2008 and have never looked back. I am passionately serious in crafting and hope that I have more than 24 hours a day to indulge in my passion. I update my blog with jewelries/tutorials regularly or when time permits me to do so. I am now sharing my creations here at Craftsy and also hoping to learn from other talented crafters. As the saying goes, "Learning Never Ends". My blog ~ Estore ~