• How to Make a Wire Wrapped Bracelet

    Wire bangles are in-demand, and you can make a personalized style by adding beads or gemstones to them. This tutorial will teach you how to create a classy wire wrapped bracelet.

    For this project, you will need the following materials:

    • Round nose pliers
    • 15 spacer beads or crimp covers
    • Wire cutting pliers
    • 14 pieces of 8 mm. round gemstones
    • Toggle Clasp
    • One meter of wire

    Step-by-Step Instructions

    Step 1

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    Get the wire and thread the gemstone on it. Add a spacer bead and keep threading alternate beads until you reach your desired length.

    Add a few centimeters for the toggle clasp. Leave an inch of wire at one end and create a loop beside the first gemstone. Bend the wire at the other end of the armlet to prevent the stones from sliding.

    Step 2

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    Connect the toggle clasp loop by edging through the small ring end onto the loop. Secure the clasp by wrapping the wire tip around the loop. Trim off any excess wire with wire cutting pliers.

    Step 3

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    Make a loop near the bead at the other end of the wire. Attach the T-bar onto the loop and secure the bar by wrapping the end of the wire around the loop. Leave some space on the wire, as this will be used to cover the bracelet.

    Step 4

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    Wrap each spacer bead and gemstone with the excess wire. Make a half wrap around all gemstones and tighten it at the end of the bracelet by wrapping the spacer bead twice. Cut off the excess wire, and your bracelet is complete.

    Creating a wire wrapped bangle is simple and less time-consuming. Make this accessory to add spice to your jewelry collection or give it to your beloved friend on a special occasion.