Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Two years of Art'zire - A simple tutorial........

Hello All,




Here comes a simple tutorial for quilled studs, that, according to me, look very royal once done :)


Make one strip cones, a simple video is here: Video for Cones


Use head pins (or ball head pins or even eye-pins)


Put them through the wider side of the cone, towards the narrow side and pull completely


Your cones should look like this.....


Now, very gently, start bending the cone down. Go very carefully while doing this because one misstep can lead to the cone opening up completely....


This is roughly how your cone will look after bending


Fill the cone completely with glue (my recommendation is Tacky glue but you can use any resin glue)


Spread it completely on the inside


Let the glue dry completely


I've used teardrop crystals in amber colour (contact A 1 Craft Supplies for these crystals and E6000)


Apply the E6000 glue to the edge of the cone 


Push in the teardrop crystal until it comes to rest comfortably in the cone


Allow E6000 also to dry completely. Paint the outer surface with your choice of colour. I've used Camlin Antique Bronze acrylic colour


On the edge of the cone, glue 1.5 mm rhinestone chain (I've used amber finish) using Tacky Glue/E6000 (for amber chain, contact A1 Craft Supply)


Allow the layer to dry completely


On top of amber, I've used black rhinestone chain


To make the design look coherent, 1 mm ball chain (available with A1 Craft Supply) was used. Allow all the glue to dry properly and your studs are good to go :)







Happy Quilling

Pritesh

PS: If my posts inspire you to create something on similar lines, I feel highly flattered. But please, do respect the effort I take in conceptualizing and executing, please give a direct link to my work when you are inspired by mine. Thanks for understanding........:-)

9 comments:

Reusing Cards & Quilling said...

These are So Beautiful ! Thanks a lot for the tutorial.

Eliza Art said...

Such a simple execution and how lovely jewelry

neha Agrawal said...

A wonderful idea Pritesh mam. . Truly exquisite!!

sridevi said...

beautiful idea, nice of you to share the technique.
pl visit sridevicraftstudio fb page.

nimmi said...

Superb idea, loved it.wud like to try som time.

Sindhu said...

So beautiful...Thanks for sharing the tutorial...

Honey's Quilling said...

By bending the cone it really makes it much more elegant, love it!

Kavita Gaur said...

Very elegant piece of jewellery. ..and detailed tutorial. Inspired to make this one. Thanks

Ponni said...

beautiful