This is one of the better Instructables I’ve read, with good information and lots of detailed pictures. Unfortunately it requires a skill level that I probably can’t attain, not to mention the shop equipment. However, it occurred to me that a similar rose could also be made from sheet copper or brass which can easily be cut with scissors or snips, and soldered with a torch. Then there are a variety of patinas that can be applied to give it color, and patterns can be hammered into the surface to give it a realistic appearance.
This is a gadget that the significant other in your life may actually appreciate.
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