Wire Tree of Life

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Introduction: Wire Tree of Life

About: Alex Blechta is a young and enthusiastic graphic designer and photographer. Starting from such a young age he wants to learn and strive in his future dream of becoming a well-known graphic designer and or phot…

A wire tree of life.

Step 1: Materials

Also thinner wire that the thick wire 
and a Soldering gun.

Step 2: Making the Circle

Step 3: Making the Tree

Now to make the tree inside the circle.
Cut 12 wires (thinner) with a length of 12"

Step 4: Your Done!

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    8 Comments

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    joeltaylor
    joeltaylor

    10 years ago on Introduction

    What sort of wire is used for the base and the tree?

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    CatTrampoline
    CatTrampoline

    10 years ago on Introduction

    The finished product is beautiful, with nice, flowing lines. The clear pictures of each step make the directions easy to follow. It's now on my to-do list and you got my vote..

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    Blechmen
    Blechmen

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Thank you for your comment and your vote. The vote means a lot to me.

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    amw4444
    amw4444

    10 years ago on Introduction

    This is really beautiful. Very well described. I have a ton of beads and wear very little jewelry. This is a great use of my beads. Thanks for the tutorial. It has been added to my To Try list.

    (BTW in the instructions I think you meant to write 12" (inch) not 12' (feet)

    "Cut 12 wires (thinner) with a length of 12' "

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    Blechmen
    Blechmen

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Oh haha thanks for the comment and thanks for pointing that out.