The greatest thing about this brooch wedding bouquet armature is the ease at which you can quickly add in your decorating elements. I begin by twisting the wired pearls to the center of the bouquet frame.
Simply thread the wire through and around the center of the holder and twist the wire around the first pearl.
As you can see, you can quickly build a beautiful design of pearls. Add in the Mega Beaded Wire if you want even more pearls that are larger and more visible than this delicate, subtle look.
Once your bolt of beaded wire is securely attached, you can move on to adding other types of jewels.
I began by adding faceted jewels to this crystal wedding bouquet. The unique shape is cut to reflect light and is mounted on a scrolled metal setting. Keep in mind that you aren't limited to the same jewels and brooches - suit your own tastes in the jewels you add to your bouquet.
The jewels come with a long flexible wire that you can use to attach to your bouquet armature.
I then use the circular guides to continue attaching a border of the faceted jewels evenly around the edge of the holder.