How to make a cord with pearl stones
The wire pearl stone pieces can be decorative accents for a table, a free space or patio. Make a wire of these, to place on a rock or a wooden base with wire of any color that suits your decor. Pieces of stone are available in shops rocks, but pieces of pearl stones also work on this project. Looking for pearl stones in different varieties and colors in craft stores and online suppliers of beads.
Choose quartz rock with a flat bottom as the base stone cable tree. A block of wood will also work, but natural stone is more in line with the concept of the project. Stores offer quartz stones rock and others in a variety of shapes and sizes, or locates one nature . Removes dirt and debris from selected natural stones. The stone base should be from 4 to 6 inches (10 to 15 cm) long by 3 to 4 inches (7 to 10 cm) wide to a tree that represents 10 to 15 inches (25 to 38 cm) tall.
Measure the circumference of the length of the stone base. Measure the circumference of the width of the stone base. Cut two lengths of 22-gauge wire craft equal to the desired height of the wire shaft, along with the circumference of the length of the stone base. These are the threads A. Cut two lengths of 22-gauge wire craft equal to the desired height of the tree, and the circumference of the width of the stone base. These are the cables B.
Holding a wire 1 inch (2.5 cm) of one end in the center of the back of the stone base. Wrap the wire on the long edge of the stone base to the center of the top of the stone. Repeat this process with the rest of a wire, but the wire wrapped around the opposite end of the length of the stone. Turn the two wires together A twice in the top center of the stone base. Twist the two wires together A at the back of the stone for the full length of 1 inch (2.5 cm) of excess cable. Fold the twisted wire at an angle of 90 degrees to rest it against the base of the stone. Repeat this step with the threads B, wrapping around the width of the stone. Wire roots of the tree are securely attached to the base of stone.
Twist strands A and B together to form the length of the tree trunk. Keep cables and stone root safely while touring. The tree trunk must be at least 4 to 8 inches (10 to 20 cm) long, depending on the total tree height wire.
Separating the individual A and B wires from the end of the tree trunk at the ends of the cables. Fold them in different directions to form the branches of the tree.
Measures the length of each of the four strands of wire. Cut four lengths of 22-gauge wire craft equal to the length of the branch.
Ball threaded chip bead to the end of a strip of cut wire. Fold the end of the wire around the bite, so that it meets the wire at the base of the stone chip. Twist the wire together to maintain the security chip. Stone chip must be in the end of the cut wire strand. Repeat this step for the three remaining cut wires.
Place the stone chip on a wire at the end of a branch of a wire. Twist the wire and the wire back to the trunk of the tree. Repeat this step to connect the remaining three wires to the remaining A and B wire two branches extending from the trunk of the tree.
Cut a cable length twice as long as the total height of the tree, as well as 10 inches (25 cm). Fold the wire in the center to form a cable wire U-shaped The U on the base of the tree on top of the stone. This will be perpendicular to the shaft. Twist the wire to connect to U along the tree trunk. Folding the two sides of the U wire at an angle of 90 degrees along with the tree trunk. U cable twisting wires around the trunk of the tree trunk length. Separate U cables to form two additional branches to the tree. Repeat this step for additional branches you want.
Measure and cut a piece of wire to suit each new branch wire. Repeat Steps 7 and 8 to add chip stone beads to the tip of each new branch.