A Spiral Bracelet Using Beadalon Artistic Wire Designer Spiral Maker




A quick and simple project even suitable for beginners


Step 1: Make Spirals With a Beadalon Artistic Wire Designer Spiral Maker (or by Hand)

A simple design using 22 gauge non tarnish silver plated copper wire and a Beadalon Artistic Wire Designer Spiral Maker to easily make the embellishment for this bracelet.

Step 2: Create Spirals of Different Sizes.

Following the instructions on the Beadalon Artistic Wire Designer Spiral Maker packaging I started by making a big stash of spirals, of different sizes leave a 2 inch tail.

Step 3: Mesh Ribbon and Ribbon Clasp

Cut mesh to desired length and attach the clasps. close over the end of the mesh and close firmly with pliers.
I also attached a magnetic fastener with a jump ring to the ribbon clasp.

Step 4: Add Spiral Embellishments

Secure the spirals to the mesh by poking the "tail" through one hole and then back through another hole so the tail is at the front , wrap around the stem of the spiral and gently press down to secure.

Step 5: More Spirals

Continue adding the spirals, allowing then to overlap.

Step 6: Finished Project

Cover the length of the mesh ribbon in your spirals. For a slightly more glam design glue some flat back gems on the centre of the spiral.



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    12 Discussions


    Question 1 year ago on Step 6

    Ilove this cuff! beautiful. I would like to try it but i don't know what the mesh is or where to buy it. Can you help me with this?

    1 answer

    Answer 1 year ago

    Hi, Sorry for delay in answering it's

    Tubular Wire Mesh Ribbon, being tubular it's double thickness, so strong enough to hold the spirals.

    I got it from ebay UK

    Thank you for your message, have fun :)


    Reply 1 year ago

    That's amazing, thank you so much for letting me know about the tool..Happy Holidays :)


    1 year ago

    I love the look of the spirals and I'm surprised how easy it is compared to the great complexity that it appears to be. Great job!

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