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Make a classy bracelet from hardware store materials! This simple bracelet looks very upscale, but is inexpensive, classic, and easy.
Obtain the following materials from your local hardware store (and/or bead or craft shop): spool of 20 ga brass wire spool of 20 ga copper wire spool of ...
Get the following tools if you don't already have them. Some of them, like the round nose pliers, are more jewellery specific and may not be available in ...
Begin by cutting 24" of the 18 ga copper wire. Clean and straighten it, then cut it into four 5" pieces. One 4" piece will remain. Smack the ...
Cut 18" of the 20 ga wires, both copper and brass. Clean and straighten them then, using the pin vises, twist them together. Set aside.
This is the most complex part. Read it through a couple of times. First picture. Cut 4 10" pieces each of 20 ga brass and copper. Clean and ...
Fold the twisted wires in half to make a cage for the woven piece. Use floral tape to assemble temporarily.
Make a hook in one of the 5 in. flat copper pieces. Neatly wind it around the end of the bracelet, securing the woven part to the twisted ...
Lower left and upper right pictures: Trim the twisted wires to about 1/2". Twist more firmly if needed. Curl into two loops, tucking the ends into the flat ...
Since you've now spent two or three hours making this, it's time to sit back and really admire your handiwork. Take some pictures (using river rocks like I ...
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