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I’m really excited to share this project with you all today because this has been my favorite wedding DIY so far. I’m a pretty crafty person—I love making all kinds of things. But my favorite things to make are things that can be worn! After researching bridal hairstyles, I decided that I wanted something a little fancy to wear in my hair,http://www.308080.info/www_308080_info/201503/25.html, but the bridal headpieces I saw costs hundreds of dollars! I found a style that I loved that I thought I could make, and I sat down one night to figure it out. Once you get the hang of it, the technique is pretty simple. And the best part? The cost of all of the supplies for this project is less than $10!!

The style of this hairpiece reminds me of vines and branches—perfect for an outdoor wedding! Depending on the materials you chose,http://www.68488.info/68488_com/201503/27.html, you can change the look of the piece quite easily.

Supplies:

A hair comb: these come in metal or plastic in a variety of colors; find on Etsy or at your local craft store. Beads: I used vintage crystals that were part of a piece of jewelry from my great-grandmother, as well as freshwater pearls I picked up at a craft store; you can choose any type of beads you like. Wire: the gauge of your wire depends on the size of the holes in your beads; you want something that is relatively malleable and easy to work but that will also hold its shape when formed. Jewelry pliers: I prefer pliers with rounded tips because I think they create smoother bends in the wire; look for pliers with a built-in wire cutter so you don’t have to buy another tool!

I found that it is easiest to work with relatively short lengths of wire. Using your wire cutters, cut a length of wire about 12 inches long and wrap it around the comb in the middle. You’ll only be working with one end of the wire at a time,http://www.47492.info/47492_com/201503/16.html,www.0874567.com, so you can bend the other one out of the way.

Instructions:

Step 1: First, I’m going to show you how to make a branch with only one bead. String your bead onto the wire and hold it in place where you want it to stay. Bend the end of the wire over the bead.

Step 2: This is the part that takes a little practice. Using your fingers, pliers,香港六合神马堂, or both, begin to wrap the end of your wire tightly around the base of the wire,http://www.888765.info/888765_com/201503/25.html, snaking back toward the comb. I found this technique (wrapping one wire around the other) to be easier than twisting both together (like a rope). You can use your pliers to pinch the two strands together or to hold the branch securely as you twist with your fingers.

Step 3: This part was somewhat difficult to photograph, so I’ll try to make it clear in my description. Once you wrap the wire all the way to the base of the branch, you need to attach the end to the comb securely. If your base wire (the one leading up to the bead) is in front of your comb, your end wire (the one that just wrapped around the other) needs to go behind your comb. Think of this parts as the “roots” of your branch—you want them to be fastened securely. Wrap your end wire tightly all the way around the comb once.

Step 4: To get a full, natural look,http://www.47492.info/www_47492_info/201503/15.html, I used a variety of branch lengths and styles. Now I’ll show you how to make a branch with two beads in the shape of a Y. Use your pliers to create a bend in your wire where you want your branch to…well…branch. You know what I mean.

Step 5: As before, place your bead on the end and wrap your wire around the base wire. When you get to the bend in your base wire,金多宝心水论坛, stop wrapping.

Step 6: Now create your second branch in the same way. Wrap your wire around your base wire back to the bend, then back to the comb. Secure your “roots” in the same way described above. When you reach the end of your wire,http://www.47492.info/47492_com/201503/14.html, wrap it tightly around your comb and clip the end if needed. Cut another length of wire, attach it at the middle as shown above, and continue on.

Continue adding branches along the length of your comb until the look is to your liking. This project took me several hours from start to finish, but I love how it turned out and can’t wait to try it out at my hair trial in several weeks!

Did you DIY any part of your bridal look?

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