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A must-have for musicians!
I later realised that this site already had this project, published by martinaguitron11. You can see her original project here:

http://www.cutoutandkeep.net/projects/treble-clef-ring-2

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I made this one a while ago, and it still has it's original shape, although the wire I used was too weak.

A must-have for musicians!

Posted by Silene6 from Pravia, Principado de Asturias, Spain • Published See Silene6's 17 projects »
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  • How to make a trebel clef wire ring. Treble Clef Ring - Step 1
    Step 1

    There aren't many things to explain here, just follow this shape trying not to bend more than necessary the wire.

    When you have this start making the spiral from the other side.

  • How to make a trebel clef wire ring. Treble Clef Ring - Step 2
    Step 2

    The good thing of this ring is that you can adjust it to your finger very easily, making the spiral shorter or longer.

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CO + K User

That is so cute! Happy I love it.
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martinaguitron11
martinaguitron11 · Minato, Tokyo, JP · 4 projects
It's really nice but I made this a year before you did you could have just looked at mine and or give credit Happy
Silene6
Silene6 · Pravia, Principado de Asturias, ES · 20 projects
I haven't seen yours! I'm so sorry! I'd have put it as a version... D: I'll see if I can edit it and give you the credit :S
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Tiana M.
Tiana M.
Do you have any suggestions for a good pair of pliers? I'm not sure why, but when I'm shaping things the wire starts "flaking." When I clean my wire off, I see scratches afterwards. A friend suggested using felt but I can't see past that with smaller pieces like rings.
Silene6
Silene6 · Pravia, Principado de Asturias, ES · 20 projects
Sorry about answering so late!
well, I use regular ones, but I think the trick is knowing where exactly you have to bend. Try positioning the pliers in a fixed point and then shaping the wire around it with your fingers, if you shape the wire twisting the pliers you may apply to much strenght and that's why the scratches appear.
I hope I've explained it good enough :S If not tell me and I'll try to help you
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Krisandra Slye
Krisandra Slye · Dagsboro, Delaware, US · 15 projects
I love it!!! What gauge wire did you use?
Silene6
Silene6 · Pravia, Principado de Asturias, ES · 20 projects
uuh... I don't know :S It was a really cheap one...
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mosskeeto
mosskeeto · Brentwood, Tennessee, US · 8 projects
adorable!!
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peardepression
peardepression · 2 projects
this looks awesome <3
Silene6
Silene6 · Pravia, Principado de Asturias, ES · 20 projects
thanks!
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