Copper and Metal Ivy Wall Sconce
I made this sconce by bending copper tubing into a circle. Then soldiered a smaller bent cooper tubing on to the circle, after I cut a small circle of metal flashing, which I crimped, and soldiered a small cooper tube to make the candle holders. I then took a tiny cooper tubing and bent it into a vine shape around the circle, soldiering the cooper vine to the circle. I cut ivy leaves from metal flashing and crimped to form the ivy leaf shape and soldiered to the copper vine.
I have love the copper and silver look, sometimes I think I should paint the leaves and vine a green color. What do you think? Should I keep as is or or paint the vine and leaves?
This Magnolia Bouquet I made, and placed in this lovely urn, my sister Doris gave to me on my 50th Birthday. The magnolia bouquet was in a silver urn, which I used for a centerpiece in my daughter wedding, I also made matching topariry trees for each side of the table, for Jennifer’s wedding. Jennifer has the magnolia topiary trees at her home.
This photo of the magnolia bouquet I am using for all Mississippi bloggers and friends to join us for a day of antiquing and thrift stores and lunch sometimes later in the Spring, should you want to join in on the day of fun click here to see the article to join:
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