Fin lives in the Central Valley, where he is a student at CSUB. He writes in his free time and is interested in social issues and travel.
Are you looking for a fun and - well almost simple craft?
Here is a great craft idea for you and your friends....or your kids or anyone. You can do it at home on a rainy day, with your grade school kids, at the library or the senior center.
All you need is some wire - any wire will do.
This craft takes a few steps, but is a lot of fun.
I'll try and make it as simple as possible.
Some figures you can make - get creative!
Things you will need.
Make Your W
Make your body
Start Wrapping Up
Repeat with the other arm
Fold the other 18 inch wire in half - the same way
Strike some poses
Some questions - your feedback helps
Your opinion again
© 2017 Fin
Fin (author) from Barstow on March 02, 2020:
Well I am glad you like it. If you can, please let me know some details....I'd like to see what you came up with.
Liz on March 01, 2020:
Thank you for making this tutorial. It has helped me so much for a figure lesson to teach my students. Thank you.
Frances Metcalfe from The Limousin, France on May 28, 2018:
Looks fun for crafty minded people. Good for a rainy day!
Fin (author) from Barstow on December 29, 2017:
thanks nadine. I'd like to see Johanesberg...i've read a couple of deon meyer pieces
Nadine May from Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa on December 29, 2017:
Very creative and thanks for the step for step photos. In South Africa many people sell amazing wire art on the streets.
Fin (author) from Barstow on December 20, 2017:
thank you. if you try it, let me know how it works out
Rajan Singh Jolly from From Mumbai, presently in Jalandhar, INDIA. on December 19, 2017:
Nice tutorial. You've made it so easy to understand. Thank you.
Fin (author) from Barstow on November 19, 2017:
yes louise...they would make good ornaments.
Adrian...i hope you enjoy it
Ria Bridges from New Brunswick on November 19, 2017:
This looks like it could be a lot of fun. Now I want to experiment to make all kinds of different figures. Thanks for the instructions!
Fin (author) from Barstow on November 17, 2017:
Yes...i will try and follow up with characters...its a lot of fun and easy when you get the hang of iy
Ralph Schwartz from Idaho Falls, Idaho on November 17, 2017:
Thanks for sharing such an easy craft idea - I would imagine that most people could easily create different shapes or characters once learning the technique.
Louise Powles from Norfolk, England on November 17, 2017:
Oh I like the look of that. I think things like that would make really good Christmas presents.