Graceful Wire Wrapped Flower Anklet for Summer

Summer is coming, dresses all over the streets. While you’re wearing a gorgeous short dress, have you ever thought of wearing an anklet to make yourself more charming? If your answer is yes, than you shall never today’s tutorial. I going to show you how to make a fabulous flower anklet, I bet you’ll like it!

Graceful Wire Wrapped Flower Anklet for Summer 1

So, what do you think of the wire wrapped anklet? Don’t you think it’s gorgeous? If you like it, let’s see how to make it together!

Materials and tools needed to make the flower anklet:
10mm White Round Pearl Beads
8mm White Round Pearl Beads
2mm Blue Aluminum Wire
0.3mm and 0.5mm Silver Copper Wire
Headpins
Silver Cross Chain
Chain Nose Pliers
Round Nose Pliers
Side Cutting Pliers

Graceful Wire Wrapped Flower Anklet for Summer 2

How to make the flower anklet:
Step 1: Wrap the flower with aluminum wire.
1st, cut a piece of aluminum wire, wrap it into a flower petal shape.
2nd, continue wrapping the wire to make another four petals as picture shows.

Graceful Wire Wrapped Flower Anklet for Summer 3

Step 2: Decorate the flower.
Twist several circles with the rest wire as picture shows, and then add a 10mm white pearl bead to the center of the flower.

Graceful Wire Wrapped Flower Anklet for Summer 4

Step 3: Finish the flower anklet.
1st, cut a piece of cross chain and add it to the flower as picture shows.
2nd, make two pearl bead links with pearl beads and headpins, then add the bead links to the chain dangles.

Graceful Wire Wrapped Flower Anklet for Summer 5

Tada! Here comes the final look of this gorgeous flower anklet!

Graceful Wire Wrapped Flower Anklet for Summer 6

It looks so pretty! If you’re wearing a light colored short dress, try to make this anklet for yourself, it will definitely make you much more eye-charming!

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