A great example for me is this early Tree of Life wrap that I did when I was about two years into my wire wrapping journey. If I'm being honest, it isn't terrible. However, it was less stable than my present standards require for longevity and it was unfortunately in my inventory for a very long time before I realized that I should give it a make over.
I didn't want to take it all apart or scrap it, necessarily; it just needed a little bit more... oomph. With this piece, I kept the original tree and (flimsy) frame. I
added another, sturdier frame, some coiled coils, an accent piece that I wove onto the front, and a shiny faceted peridot to catch the eye. To bring it all home, I
finished the updated piece with a clean, wide bail. I'm happy to say that this starter piece evolved nicely into something that speaks more toward my present skills and is no longer in my inventory (it sold!).