DIY Beach Glass Memory Wire Beaded Cuff Bracelet Recipes from eCrafty.com

Try these easy sea glass beaded bracelets with Memory Wire from eCrafty.com  Look what Cheryl and Anne whipped up recently!

Here are two Memory Wire bracelets with sea glass and charms that will be favorites in your jewelry box.  And so easy to make.

DIY Memory Wire Beaded Cuff Bracelets from eCrafty.com
Beach Glass Beads Memory Wire Bracelets

Cheryl and Anne used our Memory Wire, along with two of our sea glass bead blends from eCrafty.com for this tropical set beaded cuff bracelets. Memory wire is a very each material to work with for crafters of all skill levels – great for beginners!

DIY Memory Wire Beaded Cuff Bracelet Recipe from eCrafty.com

Sea Glass with Bird Bead Memory Wire Bracelet

How to make it:

Cheryl cut the memory wire to the length she wanted.  You can have one or two coils, like her bracelet above, or a lot like our bracelets shown at the bottom of this post.

Then she made a loop at one end of the wire.  She strung the beads on the wire in a random pattern.  When she was done putting the beads on, she made another loop.  For the bird dangle, she threaded some 4mm beads and a bird bead onto a ball end head pin.  The loop of the head pins are then fastened to each loop of the memory wire for a finishing tough.

Creating with Memory Wire Tips:

To cut memory wire, you want to use OLD or heavy duty wire cutters, or use specially made memory wire cutters, not your good flush cutters.

To finish the ends: Bend the raw end around one open side of your round nosed pliers with a second set of pliers in your opposite hand.

You can keep it simple, as in the bracelets shown here, or you can add a quick little beaded or charmed dangle by using a headpin, jump ring and charm or extra crystal – see more samples on our blog, here. https://ecrafty.wordpress.com/2014/09/17/diy-easy-memory-wire-bracelet-recipes-from-ecrafty-com/

Memory wire can hold all kinds of things with holes! Try buttons, acrylic beads (for kids) even macaroni!

To finish the other end, simply make a second loop as above. Add a beaded dangle if you’d like. You can use some of our themed charms, or simply our “handmade” or “made for you” charms. You can also use our message charm mix – very fun – lots of choices!

Here Anne created a sea glass seed bead memory wire bracelet using our Ocean Mega Mix spacer beads SKU 1303-MEGA.  She finished the ends by gluing on some cute fish beads.  Darling!

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Price: $2.99
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See more samples on our blog, here. https://ecrafty.wordpress.com/2014/09/17/diy-easy-memory-wire-bracelet-recipes-from-ecrafty-com/

About the designers:

About the Designer: Anne Strasser

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Meet Anne!  The Queen of Glue, she is the ultimate multi-tasker. She does all kinds of things for us at eCrafty.com. Writing. Creating. Blogging. Gluing things to things. More creating. Packing. Taking care of our wonderful customers, of course! When she’s not here, she’s out and about writing, creating, gluing things to things, blogging, gardening, making websites and taking care of her family.

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Meet Cheryl!
She is a very talented multi-tasking mom and grandmom who we all have the great pleasure of working with at eCrafty.com . She helps us with everything ~ from packing your orders, picking your freebies, to making sure our inventory behaves and everything in-between! When she is not babysitting her grandchildren you will find her pet-sitting, cooking, baking, beading and creating!

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