Monday, March 28, 2016

Mini Beaded Wire Trees as Wedding Souvenirs, Party Favors


I was in the mood for making wire trees last week and I was able to make a few big ones and a lot of small ones. I would be giving away the small ones to my college friends as tokens on our reunion next month. I realized how cute these mini trees are and they would really be great party favors. Just add a customized tag, and voila, you have a unique wedding souvenir or a debut giveaway, another option is to put the trees in acetate boxes complete with ribbons and tags.

To make the tree's branches and leaves, I've shared the process here and the making of clay base here


This time, I used this DAS white air dry clay. Easy to work with and it has a nice finish when it's already dry.


This is how it looks like after drying.


Just a few finishing touches needed here.



I added some pebbles using hot glue.





I put in a generous amount of white glue to secure the pebbles better and so I could add and scatter some beads here and there to give the effect of fallen leaves on the ground.



The white glue dried clear and the pebbles and beads are perfectly visible. I sealed and coated the base, including the bottom, with Mod Podge. And to add a little sparkle, I added a thin coat of Mod Podge Sparkle. I let it dry and it's...


...done!


With bead colors to match your motif and a personalized "Thank you!" tag, you have yourself a nice party favor. I love this black and white one because it's our wedding motif.






Pretty, eh? I've made a few different tags just to see how they would look. The trees are 3 to 4 inches tall, their heights vary because of the differences in the design and form of the branches but they all have the same number of leaves and branches, and same lengths of wire used.

I will make more of these, as samples, when I get the time and let's see if I can get some people to make my creations part of their lovely events. Fingers crossed.

I hope you enjoyed this post. Thanks for dropping by!




6 comments:

  1. beautiful, thank you for sharing.

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  2. Very Informative, thank you for your excellent post.

    Suzee Krafts

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    1. You're welcome and thank you so much for visiting.

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  3. Excellent trees, you have restored my inspiration and now I just want to do more and more trees. Thank you so much for sharing.

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    1. Thank you so much and I'm so glad that there are lots of people like us who love crafts. You're very welcome.

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