Beautiful suspension do it yourself! Small flowers from a copper wrap an ordinary nail polish look like precious metals. Their brilliance and elegance give a special elegance to a strict background, with such decor black base will look very advantageous and soundly.
To create a flower, take a small piece of copper wire (15-20 centimeters), nail polish of any color and quality, as well as a standard pencil for drawing (plain or color).
Measure 1/3 of the entire length of the wire and make a mark at the required place (you can just bend the short edge a little). In the future, this part should be attached to a pencil and, having made a girth along its entire circumference, close into a ring.
Now such rings continue to be made only from the long end of the wire. You need to have them tightly to each other, for a good connection two or three spins are enough.
Such rings are made from 3 to 5, after which both ends of the wire are twisted into the stem.
Then we form petals from the copper blank, narrowing them a little and bending the tips down.
In order to fill the inner space of the petals with a viscous varnish, the flower must first be prepared for this (that is, as if “primed”). Lubricate each petal on the contour with lacquer and let the paint take 2-3 minutes to “tack”.
When the edges become a little sticky, you can safely apply the paint layer. To do this, turn the flower head down and drop a drop on the tip of any petal.
Then pull this droplet with a brush to the base of the flower. She is sure to catch hold of the sticky edges and only her free, not fixed middle spot will be pulled with a brush.
If you still can not work with a brush, the flower can be rotated (so that the drop drips by itself). Due to the curved shape of the petal, the drop will move freely to the central joint (as if rolling down a hill).
After all the petals have been painted over, insert a flower into any glomerulus (so that the lacquer hardens well and becomes hard). It takes about 40 minutes.
Flowers should be dried only in an upright position, otherwise, they will simply stick to the surface. Then, if necessary, the petals can be corrected, but it is not recommended to bend strongly.
Then the flowers are placed on a felt base, the protruding edges of the wire are cut, and the back side is glued with the same piece of felt.
Now you can attach the finished pendant to the chain or beads and enjoy the beautiful new clothes.