For this endeavor I was inspired by something I saw on Pinterest. It is from a website called Small Good Things. Click here for her version.
I really thought her idea was great! I love word art! However I don’t really wear rings (aside from my wedding rings) so I thought “how else can I include this new found idea in my life?” If I haven’t confessed my love for Dollartree in my first post I will confess it here… I am a Dollartree-aholic. If I don’t go at least every season/ holiday change I have withdrawals. While there I came across some floral wire.
It comes in 3 different colors, red, green, and gold. I didn’t quite have a plan for it but I bought it anyway. “Hey, it is only $1 and I am sure it will be useful at some point” says me every time I go up to the registers there. Anyway, when I came across her tutorial the stars aligned and I finally had use for my wire!
Decorative Wire Words
Unfortunately I do not have many pictures from this project but they are very simple to make. This craft wire is very malleable but it still takes a bit of an effort to make the letters look and flow right. See Small Good Things tutorial for forming words here.
Step One: Choose your word and form it. Hands work well but if you do have jewelry pliers and such they make this easier. I made a loop and the beginning and end of the word so I could wrap mine around a candle. Make sure the loops are even with each other so it hangs level.
Step Two: Bend the word around a can if you would like it to curve out instead of laying flat. I tried to hammer it to give it some strength without much luck. All I did was dent the wire and scratch off the color.
Step Three: Spray paint it with a white primer. Wait for it to dry. Then paint it with any color craft paint.
Step Four: Once dry tie a piece of ribbon through each loop. Slide on and secure any embellishments to your liking.
And that’s it! I made these to give to my mom and grandma for Mother’s Day. They really enjoyed them!
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1 Thessalonians 5:8
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