Beaded Wire Trees
Join us at the library to make your own beaded wire tree!
Choose one of two different tree styles, then learn the beading and wire twisting skills to make it.
The library will provide a variety of wire, beads, and anchoring stones. Add in your own wire twisting choices, and every tree is sure to be unique!
This program will take place on Saturday, August 19 from 9:30 a.m. until noon.
While the steps to make a tree are fairly simple, it will require both fine motor skills and finger strength to bead the wires and twist them into shape. We recommend this program for individuals around age 11 through adult. Youger children can attend with an older caretaker who will assist them.
Needle-nose pliers may also be helpful while making this project. The library will have several pairs of pliers available, but you may choose to bring a pair from home, if you have one available.