A while ago Eva from DaWanda asked me if I would like to make tutorials for the Dutch DaWanda blog. No need to think about it, ofcourse! My first tutorial is up since last week. It's in Dutch and you can find it here. Don't speak Dutch? No prob! Here you'll have the translated version.
What you'll need:
- small flowers
- tubes (mine used to hold tiny beads)
- copper wire (you'll need 60 centimeters for each tube)
- transparant, quick drying glue
What you'll need to to: remove the tops from the tubes, you will not need to use these.
Decide where the middle of the wire is and hold it with your thumb against the tube, about two third up from the bottom.
Wrap the left half of the wire around the tube five times, and do the same for the right half.
Gather the halves at the back
Wrap the halves around eachother, until there's about 6 centimeters left.
Use another tube to form a hook
Secure the wire with a drop of glue
Fill the tubes with water and the flowers, and you're done!
Have you been getting crafty lately? Please feel free to share your link in the comments below.