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by vbow on December 28, 2013

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Copper Rose

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Intro:

Copper Rose

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Step 1:

Cut out pattern on paper

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File Downloads

 

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Step 2:

Cut out pattern on sheet metal and drill center hole

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Step 3:

Texture petals and sepal

 

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Step 4:

Fix sepal and petals to stem

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Step 5:

Bend up first 2 layers of petals

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Step 6:

Bend up last 3 layers of petals

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Step 7:

Bend sepal into place

 

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Step 8:

Polish it up

 

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http://www.instructables.com/id/Copper-Rose/

Intro: Copper Rose

The copper rose is an easy, affordable project that requires minimal time or tools to make. I have always wanted to learn how to work with metal but never really had the tools or the time to practice making anything. So, when I finally found a project that is cheap, easy to make, and requires barely any tools, I started filling my house with them. These metal roses make awesome decorations for your house and even awesomer gifts to anyone worthy of your affection.

As far as materials go, all you need is 2 small pieces of 22 gauge sheet metal (1 copper and 1 steel) and a steel rod measuring 1/4" in diameter and 1 foot in length. You can buy both at Home Depot.

And for tools you will need:

A hammer

2 pairs of pliers, 1 needle nose and 1 flat head Tin snips

A drill with a 1/4" bit

A chisel

A file

And a friend with a welder

a 1/4" bit A chisel A file And a friend with a welder Step 1: Cut

Step 1: Cut out pattern on paper

Print out the attached file of the petals onto an 8 1/2" x 11" sheet of paper. The pattern should take up basically your whole sheet. Cut out the shapes given. On the petals, (the propeller looking thingees), cut down to the edge of the middle circle but don't detach the individual petals from the center circle.

detach the individual petals from the center circle. File Downloads Rose petals1.pdf (274 KB) [NOTE: When

File Downloads

the individual petals from the center circle. File Downloads Rose petals1.pdf (274 KB) [NOTE: When saving,

http://www.instructables.com/id/Copper-Rose/

Step 2: Cut out pattern on sheet metal and drill center hole

After all of your petals and sepal (which is the leafy thing that hangs down from the bottom of a rose bud) are cut out, trace them onto your sheet metal with a Sharpie. Then cut them out of the metal the same way you did out of paper. It will probably be easier to cut out each set of petals individually from the main sheet before cutting down the edges to finish them. You may need to use your file to smooth out the edges if they turn out rougher than you would like. Tip: As you cut the metal, take care not to ever quite close the tips of your tin snips. If you close them all of the way with each snip, you will end up with a very jagged edge. Using the center dot as a point of reference, drill a 1/4" hole in the center of each set of petals and the sepal. Note: Forgive me for posing without proper safety gear on in these pictures but PLEASE remember to use gloves when cutting out the petals and clamp down the piece when drilling the hole in the center of them.

down the piece when drilling the hole in the center of them. Step 3: Texture petals
down the piece when drilling the hole in the center of them. Step 3: Texture petals

Step 3: Texture petals and sepal

in the center of them. Step 3: Texture petals and sepal Using a chisel and hammer,
in the center of them. Step 3: Texture petals and sepal Using a chisel and hammer,

Using a chisel and hammer, ding up the edges of all of your petals so that it looks like they have been scratched from the center out towards the edge. You don't need to texture the whole length of the petal since only the outer edge will be showing on the finished piece. Just texture the outer 3/4" or so. Tip: if you have a hatchet, beveled hammer, or anything else with a sharp edge that you can swing, you may prefer to use that for texturing since the marks don't need to be deep or exactly placed. The sharp edge of a crow bar worked just fine for these petals.

However, the marks on the sepal need to be a bit more exact. Using a sharpie, draw out veins on each of the sepal's leaves as shown in the picture. Once that is done, take your hammer and chisel and score the metal along all of the penned lines. Then wash off the permanent marker lines and you have your sepal! Now clean off the sepal and all of the petals with a wire brush to shine them up.

http://www.instructables.com/id/Copper-Rose/

Step 4: Fix sepal and petals to stem Using a hammer, pound the last 1
Step 4: Fix sepal and petals to stem Using a hammer, pound the last 1

Step 4: Fix sepal and petals to stem

Step 4: Fix sepal and petals to stem Using a hammer, pound the last 1 1/2"

Using a hammer, pound the last 1 1/2" of your rod into a square taper. Making the tip of the rod square will make the petals fit onto the rod tighter so that they won't rattle around once they are in place. Now, take your sepal and all 5 of the bunches of petals and place them on the end of the rod, making sure to put the textured edges up. The sepal will go on first, followed by the largest bunch of petals and then the rest in descending order of size. Tap them all down about 1/4" further to insure that they are on there tight. Tip: I used a small socket to do this. I just put the open socket end over the rod and used it to tap down the petals so that they were tight. Once the pieces are on there tight, weld them on. It only takes a few small spot welds to secure them on; a couple of spots on the bottom and a couple on the top. You don't need to try to do any welding on the middle bunches of petals.

You don't need to try to do any welding on the middle bunches of petals. http://www.instructables.com/id/Copper-Rose/

http://www.instructables.com/id/Copper-Rose/

You don't need to try to do any welding on the middle bunches of petals. http://www.instructables.com/id/Copper-Rose/
Step 5: Bend up first 2 layers of petals The first layer of petals only
Step 5: Bend up first 2 layers of petals The first layer of petals only

Step 5: Bend up first 2 layers of petals

Step 5: Bend up first 2 layers of petals The first layer of petals only has

The first layer of petals only has 3 petals and to form it, you simply need to bend the 3 petals up and in. Take the right edge of the first petal with your needle nose pliers and bend it up straight while twisting the edge toward the center. Do the same with the other 2 petals. This should make the 3 petals form into a spiral with the inner edges nearly meeting in the middle and the outer edges sticking out like a pin-wheel. Now, take the left hand edge of one of the petals in your pliers and bend it in towards the petal to it's left. This should give it sort of a C shape when looking at it from the top. Do the same with the remaining petals and they all should be wrapping around each other. If they are still too wide, use your regular pair of pliers to squish them together in a tighter spiral. For the second level, do the same thing. Bend one edge of each of your petals up and in and then bend the other edge in, giving the petals a "C" shape. However, this time take the top 1/8" edge of each petal in your pliers and curl it over just a little bit. This will make the petals more visible from the top and give the rose a more realistic look. Finish the second level by using your needle nose pliers to squeeze all of the individual petals a little more towards the middle, giving the rose a good tight look.

petals a little more towards the middle, giving the rose a good tight look. http://www.instructables.com/id/Copper-Rose/

http://www.instructables.com/id/Copper-Rose/

petals a little more towards the middle, giving the rose a good tight look. http://www.instructables.com/id/Copper-Rose/

Step 6: Bend up last 3 layers of petals

Continue on with the third layer in the same manner as the first two. Bend the petals up and into a "C" shape. Then curl over the top edge a little bit. However, this time curl over the left and right sides of the tip of the petal separately. This will give the tip of the petal a slightly triangular look which is a more natural look for a rose than rounded petals. Form the fourth and fifth layers in the same way while making the pointed petals a bit more pronounced with each level. On the third level, the petals should be almost round with just a hint of a triangular look. On the fourth, they should be right in between round and triangular, and on the fifth, the ends of the petals should be distinctly triangular. Also, on the fourth and fifth levels, use your regular pliers to grab each petal 1/2" in from the top edge and bend it out in an arc so that the petals do not stand straight out from their base. This gives the rose more volume so that it is not flat across the top.

base. This gives the rose more volume so that it is not flat across the top.
base. This gives the rose more volume so that it is not flat across the top.
base. This gives the rose more volume so that it is not flat across the top.

http://www.instructables.com/id/Copper-Rose/

base. This gives the rose more volume so that it is not flat across the top.
base. This gives the rose more volume so that it is not flat across the top.

Step 7: Bend sepal into place

Now take the sepal in your pliers and bend all 5 prongs down towards the stem of your rose. Make sure to twist the points inward so you don't poke yourself when you pick it up.

inward so you don't poke yourself when you pick it up. Step 8: Polish it up

Step 8: Polish it up

Now just take a wire brush or steel wool or whatever and scrub it down to clean off the metal and shine it up. I would suggest getting a can of clear polyurethane and spraying a coat onto your rose so that it doesn't rust but hey, that's up to you. And with that you're done! If you're feeling really fancy, you can cut some leaves out of your remaining sheet metal and weld them onto the stem however you like. If you make at least one leaf a little extra big and flat, you can make your rose into a pretty sweet candle holder.

extra big and flat, you can make your rose into a pretty sweet candle holder. http://www.instructables.com/id/Copper-Rose/
extra big and flat, you can make your rose into a pretty sweet candle holder. http://www.instructables.com/id/Copper-Rose/

http://www.instructables.com/id/Copper-Rose/

extra big and flat, you can make your rose into a pretty sweet candle holder. http://www.instructables.com/id/Copper-Rose/

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46 comments

B o w t i e 4 1 s a y s : Jan 2,

Bowtie41 says:

Jan 2, 2014. 11:26 AM REPLY

Don't list a "friend" with a welder!!!!Between my welder/torches,and my car hauling trailer,I have more friends than I can handle already!Just kidding,this is an awesome project,Very beautiful!

c a r d o 8 9 s a y s : Jan 3, 2014.

cardo89 says:

Jan 3, 2014. 12:01 AM REPLY

hi!! how thick are the sheets?

3, 2014. 12:01 AM REPLY hi!! how thick are the sheets? v b o w s

vbow says:

22 gauge sheet metal which is about .033" thick.

Jan 3, 2014. 7:33 AM REPLY

which is about .033" thick. Jan 3, 2014. 7:33 AM REPLY c a r d o

cardo89 says:

is in inch rigth?

Jan 3, 2014. 8:55 AM REPLY

 
  v b o w s a y s : Jan 4, 2014. 8:32 AM REPLY

vbow says:

Jan 4, 2014. 8:32 AM REPLY

yup, that's right

A S C A S s a y s : Jan 4, 2014. 7:39 AM

ASCAS says:

Jan 4, 2014. 7:39 AM REPLY

Awesome! This would make the coolest corsage ever :D You got my vote!

s o l o b o s a y s : Jan 3, 2014. 10:40

solobo says:

Jan 3, 2014. 10:40 PM REPLY

This is a legitimate rose. Well done, sir!

r g m a r t i s a y s : Jan 3, 2014.

rgmarti says:

Jan 3, 2014. 9:30 AM REPLY

Very Awsome. Thanx for sharing it with us. I need to find an ible on a Copper Dragon now.

t h e g r e a t 5 8 s a y s :

thegreat58 says:

Jan 3, 2014. 9:21 AM REPLY

Great job, excellent instructable.

M r C a f e s a y s : Jan 3, 2014. 7:54

MrCafe says:

Jan 3, 2014. 7:54 AM REPLY

Amazing share, I thank you very much.

r o b b a d o o z s a y s : Jan

robbadooz says:

Jan 3, 2014. 6:41 AM REPLY

Can you make this from aluminum cans?

v b o w s a y s : You can make roses from aluminum

vbow says:

You can make roses from aluminum cans but it might be difficult to do this kind of rose that way because aluminum cans are very thin. If you wanted to try it, i would suggest shrinking the entire pattern down to about half the size and using a thinner rod for the stem. However, if you want to try it in another style, here is a link to an instructable that uses aluminum cans to make a rose: http://www.instructables.com/id/Soda-Can-Rose/

Jan 3, 2014. 7:40 AM REPLY

D e l t i c s a y s : Jan 3, 2014. 12:17

Deltic says:

Jan 3, 2014. 12:17 AM REPLY

Looks great but please, please, please, please clamp your work down when drilling! Use eye & ear protection also - SAFETY 1ST IN THE WORKSHOP!!!

g o d s o n 1 9 5 2 s a y s :

godson1952 says:

Jan 2, 2014. 9:21 PM REPLY

Hey LOVE THAT IDEA.My little woman's gran daughter did this with metal and it looks good also. Extremaly great,also very good ,thank you for this easy way to your other half how much LOVE you have.The way of putting it down is saying 'my love is like this rose,it will never die.'

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snoopindaweb says:

Jan 2, 2014. 8:35 PM REPLY

Great idea. Lacking a Friend with a welder You might try a bit of 2 part Epoxy glues, JB Weld sticks metal good but sets up dark, others are near clear. Metallic model paints can be had in 1/4 OZ bottles for touch up.

model paints can be had in 1/4 OZ bottles for touch up. v b o w

vbow says:

Yes, I think that that would work just about as well! I even considered using it for this rose but since I had access to a welder, I figured that would be easier.

Jan 2, 2014. 8:43 PM REPLY

I figured that would be easier. Jan 2, 2014. 8:43 PM REPLY s n o o

snoopindaweb says:

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Jan 2, 2014. 9:18 PM REPLY

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clazman says:

Beeeeeeeautiful! U r r-tistic.

Jan 2, 2014. 8:24 PM REPLY

I was wondering if some would not have access to a welder if solder might work. Just have to treat the petal forming carefully. In soldering I would suggest tinning the stem and around the holes of the petals.

Another thought would be to use a short (1/8" long) bushing of either aluminum or maybe steel in place of the weld beads. Crimp as required and press them using an appropriate socket.

Or instead of a bushing maybe use a 1/4" brass or steel nut (after grinding down to the flat diameter)

Again, very nice.

Got my vote!.

down to the flat diameter) Again, very nice. Got my vote!. v b o w s

vbow says:

Yeah, those are some good ideas. Iike you said though, the solder wouldn't be quite as strong as a weld so you would have to handle it with care.

Jan 2, 2014. 8:41 PM REPLY

have to handle it with care. Jan 2, 2014. 8:41 PM REPLY h o l t

holtt says:

Jan 2, 2014. 4:19 PM REPLY

One wee comment. Drilling sheet metal is scary, especially when the bit grabs the metal and makes it start spinning wildly. Think whirling copper blades. Think cuts on your hands. Think ow. Think, "clamp down that piece of metal with a C clamp and a block of wood to protect it."

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vbow says:

Jan 2, 2014. 7:16 PM REPLY

That is a good tip, thank you!

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holtt says:

Jan 2, 2014. 4:20 PM REPLY

Also think, "This whole thing is pretty sweet!"

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Xyver says:

Jan 2, 2014. 6:57 PM REPLY

Beautiful. I'll be trying this design for sure, much easier then the flower i made before.

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benetnasch says:

Jan 2, 2014. 5:10 PM REPLY

Awesome Instructable!

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The Scientartist says:

Absolutely beautiful!! And an excellent instructable to boot.

Jan 2, 2014. 1:27 PM REPLY

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RobBBorger says:

Jan 2, 2014. 11:29 AM REPLY

Awesome Instructable!!! I am rarely impressed, but I love working in metal, and like you, money for tools is an issue, thank you so much for sharing, I hope you continue with this type and subject, look forward to more from you in the future. Rob

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lisa nelson says:

Dec 30, 2013. 5:01 PM REPLY

These are beautiful! You made this instructable very clear and desirable. Do you have any ideas to make one look "dewy or wet"??

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Bowtie41 says:

Jan 2, 2014. 11:24 AM REPLY

Try hot glue from a glue gun,some brands of glue sticks are really clear.Works great!

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Bowtie41 says:

Jan 2, 2014. 11:23 AM REPLY

Try hot glue from a glue gun,some brands of glue sticks are really clear.Works great!

v b o w s a y s : Dec 30, 2013. 5:40 PM REPLY

vbow says:

Dec 30, 2013. 5:40 PM REPLY

Thank you! I have not thought about it before but I suppose that if you were to drip some sort of liquid epoxy resin on the petals it might give the desired effect.

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Rapturee says:

Jan 2, 2014. 8:17 AM REPLY

Very Nice, excellent workmanship! :{)

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seadraggin says:

Jan 2, 2014. 6:48 AM REPLY

Nice work. Great instructions.

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traumamike says:

Jan 1, 2014. 1:43 AM REPLY

This looks amazing! Thanks for sharing. If possible, could you explain what you meant at the end when you said it could make a good candle holder? I'm not able to picture what you mean. Thanks

holder? I'm not able to picture what you mean. Thanks v b o w s a

vbow says:

Absolutely. You can kind of see it in the last bunch of pictures in step 8. It is the dark rose with leaves and a candle on top of one leaf. I laid the rose down on a table how it fell most naturally and then welded 2 leaves along the stem so that they touched the table, acting as bracers. Then I welded a larger leaf on the top of the stem and bent it so that it was level and would hold a candle.

Jan 1, 2014. 10:51 PM REPLY

level and would hold a candle. Jan 1, 2014. 10:51 PM REPLY t r a u

traumamike says:

Jan 2, 2014. 12:17 AM REPLY

Oops! I'm not quite sure how I missed that picture. That looks great. Thanks for the reply. This is definitely on my short list of projects to try.

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jakeframe says:

Jan 2, 2014. 12:07 AM REPLY

Good job! I think my wife will love it!

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oldschool1313 says:

Dec 31, 2013. 12:59 PM REPLY