Wire art sculpture is an interesting facet of fine art that can be done by anyone having a love for making decorative items. If you appreciate the idea of flowers popping up in your room, on the walls, ceilings or anywhere you like, then have a look at the following DIY tutorials providing unique ways to twirl the wires into blossoms.
Just twist and turn the wire to make big loops for shaping the flowers. Glue or tie them to the walls and infuse some freshness into the room.
Insert sparkling glass beads into the ends of the wire loops incorporating whimsy tones to the bloom.
You can make a bunch of these unique flowers and decorate the center table placing them in a big vase.
Since the thin copper wire is used here, you need to double it up before twisting into loops. Make a couple of them and hang it on the Christmas tree.
As a part of a fun summer holiday craft, here is a simple tutorial for designing chrysanthemum, aster, and jasmine to make a colorful bouquet.
Bring home some solid-colored wires and metamorphose your dwelling into a mini garden. Add curly leaves for making it look realistic.
Organize a flower-making party with buddies on a lazy Sunday afternoon and let tons of flowers blossom in your home.
Why not welcome the spring in a different way this year? As you can see in the image, the flashy wire petals have done complete justice to your creations.
Don’t leave the wire florets always bare and dull. Get gaudy beads and embellish the little petals and leaves to incorporate some natural hues to the flowers.
The center of the wire flower has been decorated with a mismatched button to bring elegance and brightness.
A crochet hook is used to give a unique shape to the floral adding more fun and fervor to your all girls craft night.
Dipped in various shades of nail polish the tiny petals are infused with a new life, pouring dollops of colors and beauty to your interiors.
Besides adding a modern feel to the décor, the engrossing wire art project gives you a chance to play with designs while making the wonderful blooms. You can sculpt the wire into a vase or pot as an extension to the flowers for creating a magnum opus with bundles of colorful wires.
Published on April 7th 2016 by Michelle Anderson