Wire Woven Bracelet DIY




Introduction: Wire Woven Bracelet DIY

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This week, I'm sharing with you a beautiful woven silver bracelet using jewelry wire, and it’s a kind of wire wrap bracelet. Hope you'll enjoy it!

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Step 1: Supplies:

10MM White Pearl Beads

8MM White Pearl Beads

Glass Rhinestone Beads

1.5MM Silver Aluminum Wires

0.3MM Silver Copper Wires

DIY Jewelry Tool Sets

Bent Nose Plier

Step 2: Bend a Main Shape of the Woven Bracelet

1st, prepare a piece of about 380mm silver aluminum wire, and bend it like the shape in the first picture;

2nd, bend the end of the wire and ensure it can fasten to the other side;

3rd, use some silver copper wires to fix the both sides as the picture shows.

Step 3: Add a Middle Part to This Woven Bracelet

1st, prepare a piece of about 280mm silver aluminum wire, and bend it to the shape as the second picture shows;

2nd, use some silver copper wires to fix the 4 ends to the middle of finished silver aluminum loop.

Step 4: Fix the Shape and Decorate the Middle Part

1st, prepare 2 pieces of about 160mm silver aluminum wires, and bend them to the shape in the first picture;

2nd, attach these two bended silver aluminum wires to the finished silver aluminum loop;

3rd, embed a 10mm white pearl bead on the middle of the bracelet with silver cooper wires;

4th, string a 8mm white pearl bead and a glass rhinestone bead on a silver cooper wire, and fix it to the bracelet like the picture.

Step 5: Attach Some Pearls Beads and Glass Beads to the Bracelet

1st, fix a same one to the other side, and look at the middle of your bracelet, fix another 4 pieces of 8mm pearl beads and 2 glass rhinestone beads to the correct position as the picture shows;

2nd, then that’s the final step, turn your bracelet and fix a 8mm pearl bead to the small loop in both sides.

Step 6: You're Done!

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    3 Discussions


    4 years ago

    this is lovely can't wait to give it a go,


    4 years ago

    you know you may have done this several times but you are really UNINFORMATIONAL IN REGARDS TOBDETAILS.. Don't teach anymore Because your teachings got my daughter & both of her friends so frustrated they all 3 were crying saying they are crafting failures..