Wire Wrapped Rose Ring Tutorial by Misluo

 

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You might remember Yanxia, the girl behind the beautiful jewelry shop, Misluo. Today she is here to show us how to make a gorgeous wire wrapped rose ring! This would make such a sweet Christmas gift!“Hi! I am Yanxia from Misluo and I am so excited to be here today to show you how to make the Wire Wrapped Rose Ring with some basic tools. These rose rings are favored from all ages, so I believe it will be a great idea to make a rose ring for your family or friends as a Christmas gift.

Materials & tools needed:
  • 18 Gauge Round Dead Soft Wire (copper, silver or gold-filled); 20 inches is good for making a ring from size 6-size 8. You will need 1-2 inches more for larger sizes.
  • Ring mandrel (I use a sharpie in this tutorial, which is easy to work with)
  • Cutter
  • Chain Nose Pliers
  • A fine file (nail file will do)
Decide the size:
First of all, you need decide which size you want to make. You may use this instruction to find out your ring size. Choose something as mandrel one size larger than the intended size because the shank will shrunk smaller while wrapping.

Let’s start: Hold the center of the wire against the sharpie and wrap each wire end one time around the sharpie. It should look like this (above). Twist the two wire ends together. I twist it by hands as the dead soft wire is easy to bend. You can use the pliers if you feel hard by hands. And… keep going to twist the wires around the center point. You need cross the two wires sometime while twisting to create a tree-dimensional  rose. Leave about half inch wire at each end. You can cut the wire short if it’s longer than you need. Now take the ring out from the sharpie and use the file to remove any sharp edges on the wire ends. Run your finger gently around the end to see if it’s smooth enough. Use the pliers wrap the wire ends on the side around the shank tightly. Try to hide the wire ends under the rose possible. This pliers in the photo may mark your ring. Here I have two options for you. You can use some taps wrap the tip of the pliers to minimize the marks. Or, you can use a jewelry file and fine sanding papers to remove the marks. I would take the first one because it’s easy and the second one need a lot work to do and you run a risk to get a lot new marks if you don’t have the right tools. Actually, most of us don’t mind some tiny marks around this beautiful rose. One of my customer told me it will “make the rose look more real and unique”, she brought the ring  at the summer market in Rimini Italy. By now you should have a pretty rose ring, right? If you have any questions, just ask! :)”

29 Comments
  1. Aleksandra 5 years ago

    I loooove this! Gotta try it out!

  2. Mar Vicente 5 years ago

    That ring is gorgeous!

  3. It's Sooo Fluffy! 5 years ago

    So beautiful!

  4. Kristin Cho 5 years ago

    Dude… that is lovely!!! Thank you for the tutorial, this is a must 🙂

  5. Shannon 5 years ago

    That is so beautiful!
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  6. I like this ring. You are so lucky to have a talent like this. Creating beautiful things are not easy. I admire you. Keep posting your new ideas and talents. Thanks for sharing.

  7. truebluemeandyou 5 years ago

    Thank you for posting such a clear tutorial for the rose ring. I’ve seen other tutorials for wire wrapped rings that were confusing for the last steps. I’ve posted the top photo and a link back to your blog on my Tumblr Holiday and Truebluemeandyou Blog.

  8. Anonymous 5 years ago

    I just made this out of some soft wire, and I think its pretty cool! Just as a note, I used about 30 inches of wire to make a bigger roseand the ring was a bit two small for my finger. But this would be a great gift!

    • Yanxia Luo 5 years ago

      Normally if you don’t have ring manual, you need to start wrapping on a round stick one or two size larger than your size.

  9. Anonymous 5 years ago

    *I re-wraped the ring part, and turned it into a little leaf and band!Just wanted to add that for any one who had the same problem. Thanks for this idea by the way!

  10. Alee Weed 5 years ago

    I read this post today, made it today. It turned out really cute!

  11. Anonymous 5 years ago

    Just learning……….thanks so much, love it.

  12. Anonymous 5 years ago

    I made a few and I love them! I found out using a sharpie (i used silver) would be a small ring, useing a sharpie accent highlighter(not the skinny ones) would be a medium and a small glue stick would be a large for the ladys with bigger fingers such as myself! Thanks for the easy instructions! I can’t wait to make people gelious!

  13. Anonymous 4 years ago

    It won’t show the images.

  14. Anonymous 4 years ago

    I just made the ring, And my rose is 3/4″. I had very old wiring from an old building & I used the copper from it, the building is about 100 years old & needed to be rewired. I think the ring looks pretty good. Thanks, Judy B .

  15. Anonymous 3 years ago

    Can’t wait to try this, thank you.

  16. Anonymous 3 years ago

    Where can I find this type of wire?

  17. Anonymous 3 years ago

    Lovely ring and it looks to effective and simple to do. Can’t wait to try it. Many thanks

  18. Tammie 2 years ago

    This was a very easy ring to make and my granddaughter loves it. Thanks for the great instructions.

  19. doodlebug 2 years ago

    🙁 mine turned out to flat looking… maybe because i used thinner wire?

  20. Mary 2 years ago

    Thank you so much for sharing! I’ve been wanting to try making rings, and am limited in my wire wrapping skills. Your tutorial was easy to follow. Mine is more cone shaped, than rose (a tulip wanting to be a rose!), but I’m sure a few more tries, and I’ll get it.

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  23. Amy 2 years ago

    We just lost our little Rosie and I found this site looking for Rose jewelry. I’m making these for our family as a remembrance. Thank you very much for sharing.

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