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In this tutorial, you will learn how to make a wire wrapped tree of life pendant using round, dead soft copper wire and gemstone chip beads.

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*This tutorial is for personal use only. Do not lend it to others, share in forums, mass produce this design to sell, or use it to teach a class. Do not copy text, pictures, or any other resources from this tutorial.

Tools and Materials:

16 Gauge Copper Wire - 8”
24 Gauge Copper Wire - 12”, nine pieces and 4”, one piece (a little over 9 foot total)
Half Strand of Gemstone Chip Beads
Wire Cutters
Planishing or Chasing Hammer
Steel Bench Block
Round Nose Pliers
Chain Nose Pliers
A 6 -8 mm Jump Ring Mandrel ( a pencil will work fine if you do not have one)
Something to Use as a Mandrel to Shape your Frame, 1 1/2” - 2” (in this project I use an empty enamel adhesive bottle)
Liver of Sulfur (optional)

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Tree of Life Tutorial

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