How to Make a Graceful Snowflake Brooch

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A vintage style snowflake brooch, that’s what we are going to make today. It looks really gorgeous right? I think it could be a great gift for holidays, especially the coming Christmas! If you like it, then follow me and see how to make it!

To get start, you’ll need:
0.8mm Silver Copper Wires
0.5mm Silver Copper Wires
Mixed Bead Caps
3mm Acrylic Bicone Beads
8mm Glass Pearl Beads
Green Acrylic Bicone Beads
8mm White Acrylic Abacus Beads
Mixed Drop Acrylic Beads
Crimp Beads
Brooch Setting
Tibetan Beads
Wire Cutter Plier
Round Nose Plier
Flat Plier

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Detailed instructions:
Step 1: Make the basic wire pattern of the snowflake brooch.
1st, prepare six 20cm 0.8mm copper wire and fold them in half.
2nd, connect the 0.8mm copper wires with 0.5mm copper wire like picture shows below.
3rd, clockwise wrap the 0.5mm wire around all those 0.8mm wires in sequence, continue wrapping unless you get your desired size.How to Make a Graceful Snowflake Brooch 3

Step 2: Add beads to the wires.
1st, respectively thread a 3mm acrylic bead, a dark green drop bead, a bead cap, a 8mm acrylic bead, a Tibetan bead, and a 6mm green bead onto a wire, then add a crimp bead to the end, crash it, and cut extra wire.
2nd, repeat to add beads to other wires. Mind the color of the drop beads, the light green ones and dark green ones should be threaded alternatively.

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Step 3: Make the center décor of the beaded brooch.
Make the pearl decoration with one pearl bead and two bead caps, and attach them onto the center of the brooch.

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Done! And here goes the final look:

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Awesome! If you are a jewelry fan, I think you should have a try and make one for your Christmas!

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