Fleur De Lis Charm


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Hey momoluvers! It's Momo and today I thought I'd make a piece of jewelry once again. And of course, it's the fleur de sil! You may have seen this before, but not know what it is. Fleur de sil means fancy lily and that's exactly what it looks like! I hope y'all enjoy this tutorial and leave a comment if you want more jewelry.

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Step 1: Supplies

1. 16-17 gauge wire
2. 30-32 gauge wire
3. Necklace chain
4. Round nose pliers
5. Wire cutters

Step 2: First Structure

To make the first piece, use round nose pliers to curl the end of the wire.

Bend the remaining wire upwards and peak it to make a point

Bring the wire back down and curl the opposite end.

Squish the bottom where the two pieces will line up

Step 3: Second Structure

Create a similar structure, but make the curls larger and the peak smaller

Step 4: Assemble

Align the two pieces and tightly bind them together with the 32 gauge wire at the curls and the center

Step 5: Final Detail

With the 16 gauge wire, wrap the center of the charm.

Step 6: به پایان رسید

And that's it! I hope y'all had fun making this elegant French piece of jewelry. Let me know what you thought and if you want more jewelry tutorials.

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    milcarlsandoval

    3 years ago

    More designs please!!!!!!!!!! :) really great!

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    emilyvanleemput

    3 years ago

    That most certainly looks fancy! Great job : )

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    Edbed

    3 years ago

    I've never heard of a "Fleur de sil" before. Do you perhaps mean "Fleur de lis".

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    momoluvEdbed

    Reply 3 years ago

    Oh! You're right haha