Wire Cuff Bracelet

by Sheridene
(Lousiana)

Wire Cuff Bracelet

Wire Cuff Bracelet

Make this easy wire jewelry project in no time! Use left over beads and wire to make a wire cuff bracelet!



Jewelry Making Inspiration


I made this cuff style wire bracelet out of odds and ends I had left over from previous designs. I was trying to come up with something up to date and in fashion, but that also had a touch of glamour and style.


Wire Jewelry Making Instructions


1. I used some left over scraps of gold colored wire (use 18 or 20 gauge) and cut them all (3 lengths of wire) to the same length so they would reach around my wrist.

2. Then, I wrapped some wire round the center of the bracelet wires to hold them in place.

3. Next, I used round nose pliers to round (make simple wire loops) the ends of the bracelet wires.

4. I used an assortment of green glass beads - round and bicone shapes.

5. Next, I wrapped thinner gold colored wire and threaded the beads on as appropriate, shaping the wire bracelet around my wrist as I went a long.


Wire Jewelry Making Design


The wire jewelry design was very simple to make. I have since gone on to make the same wire and bead cuff bracelet in various colors.

Simple and glamorous!

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