Introduction: DIY Wire Bowknot Bracelet
This handcrafted bowknot bracelet looks refined and complicated, however it’s actually easy to create. With the guides below, you can create your own charm bracelet in the same way; rest assured you are able to successfully finish it in fast time, as we are here with you.
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Step 1: Supplies You'll Need:
Step 2: Make Bowknot Bangle
1st, cut 7 pieces of aluminum wire that all measure about 23-25cm, bind them up with 0.8mm copper wire and then give a slight curl to the bundle;
2nd, give each wire a curl, shaping them into bowknot;
3rd, bind the ends of the bowknot;
4th, 2-3cm away bind up the ends of this bangle;
5th, loop the bangle ends inwardly.
Step 3: Adorn Bowknot With Beads
1st, coil around the bottom wire of butterfly wings 10 plus times with 0.5mm copper wire;
2nd, add a frosted bead, coiling around wire upwardly;
3rd, continue adding beads and coiling wire until you run out of the 12 beads.
Step 4: Make the Clasp
1st, cut a 15cm length of aluminum wire, wrap it into a hook clasp and cut off extra wire;
2nd, with round nose pliers use the extra wire to prepare a large jump ring;
3rd, attach clasp and jump ring to the ends of the bowknot bracelet.