The mirror is one of the main decorations of the house. It helps to push the wall of a small room, fills it with additional light and gives a finishing touch to the interior. A frame made from galvanized wire and beads will transform a simple mirror in original detail of the interior. Beads of frosted glass contrast with the transparent glass. Fringe of beads accentuates the triangular shape of the mirror. This project can easily be modified to mirror the other forms or use some of the techniques when you create a frame for the picture.
mirror without frame
galvanized wire with a diameter of 1 mm
triangular beads of frosted glass
elongated beads of frosted glass
a thin wire
enamelled copper wire
Measure the perimeter of the mirror and cut a piece of wire a bit larger than this size. String on her triangular beads, spreading them so that they are freely placed on the wire, because afterwards, when you tie to it other items that require small gaps between the beads. The pliers form a small loop at both ends of the wire. Interlock them with each other and squeeze with pliers for a more durable connection.
Measure the diameter of a circle is made, add to it the length of the two long beads and get the diameter of the outer circumference of the frame. Follow the external circumference as well as internal.
Make 12 double flat spirals (see "Basic techniques"). Firmly hold the pliers in the center of each of them and pry downward to get the shape pictured.
Attach the longest bead on a separate piece of wire and pliers to make hooks on both ends. Put the bead in between the spirals of the wire pieces made in step 3. Place them between the inner and outer frame. Fix, turning down the external hook around the outer frame, and wire shapes. The second hook bend around the inner frame. Evenly distribute the beads and spirals.
Thin wire for crocheting attach the spiral to the internal frame at the base of the spiral and between the pairs of triangular beads.
Put a mirror on the back of the frame. Made of copper wire of a triangular holder, tying them long beads at equal intervals. Make a loop for hanging the mirror (see photo).