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Quick weekend make – memory wire bracelet tutorial

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 Because January is a month for trying new things, we are sharing a tutorial from our sister site Jewelry From Home that is perfect for anyone trying beading for the first time as well as fun for any jewellery fanatic – beautiful jewel colored memory wire bracelets.


They are really simple to make and there is so much variety in what you can do, depending on the beads you choose. You can have a lot of fun creating bracelets in a variety of styles/themes and even layer several for an on trend look.


Memory wire (bracelet size) – a minimum of three coil loops, more for a larger bracelet
Round nose pliers
Selection of beads in a mix of sizes

Step 1. Cut the memory wire with the wire cutters, we cut two complete loops but you could cut two and a half if you wanted a fuller bracelet. Decide on the design of the statement beads we decided on a pink and blue mix and then a purple and turquoise mix.


Step 2. Thread your statement beads onto the memory wire so that they are in themiddle. Then add the smaller beads either side. When you get to about 1.2cm from the end of the wire make a loop to hold all the beads in place – you can find out how on the free Jewelry Making For Absolute Beginners tutorial.


 We hope you give this tutorial a try it’s really simple and perfect if you are just getting the wonderful world of jewellery making.