DIY Easy Memory Wire Sparkle Bead Bracelet from eCrafty.com

Cheryl combined Sparkle Beads and braided cord from eCrafty.com for this easy and elegant memory wire bracelet.  Memory wire is so versatile, especially for bracelets. Cheryl added our Bali style beads for a little extra touch of sophistication. #jewelry-supplies #diycrafts #diy #diyjewelry #etsy #bracelet #memorywire #beads #crafts #beading #yellow #balibeads For easy instructions, a 20% instant savings coupon, clickable supplies list, and color variations, read on!

cjsmemorysparklebracyellow4 DIY Memory Wire Sparkle Bead Bracelet Recipe from eCrafty.com

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How to make it:

  1. Cheryl cut the memory wire to the length she wanted.  You can have one or two coils, like her bracelet above, or many coils.
  2. Then she made a loop at one end of the wire.
  3. She strung the beads on the wire in a random pattern using both sparkle beads and Bali beads.
  4. To add the braided cord, she cut the neck cord to a shorter length, about 4.5 inches.
  5. She added a Bali bead onto memory wire, then threaded the cord onto the wire.
  6. She secured the first end into the Bali bead with some E-6000 adhesive.  And did the same to the second end.
  7. Cheryl added more beads to fill the memory wire.  When she was done putting the beads on, she made another loop at the end.

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.

Supplies used in this post – all available at eCrafty.com:

Price: $2.99
Price: $2.99
 Here’s some easy color variations:
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About the designer:

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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Here’s some related memory wire projects from eCrafty.com that you might enjoy making too!

DIY Memory Wire Beaded Cuff Bracelet from eCrafty.com

Cheryl used our Memory Wire, along with Glass Pearls and Seed Beads, and Dragonfly Charms from eCrafty.com for this pretty beaded cuff bracelet.

DIY Memory Wire Beaded Cuff Bracelet from eCrafty.com

How to make it:

Cheryl cut the memory wire to the length she wanted.  You can have one or two coils, or a lot like her bracelet above.  Then she made a loop at one end of the wire.  She was now ready to string beads on the wire in a random pattern.  When she was done putting the beads on, she made another loop.  To this she added her bead dangles and dragonfly charm.

DIY Memory Wire Millefiori Foil Bracelet from eCrafty.com
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Cheryl loves our two holed Millefiori Foil Glass Beads.  She created a double row bracelet with two separate pieces of Memory WireGlass Pearls and Millefiori Glass Foil Beads.

DIY Memory Wire Millefiori Foil Bracelet from eCrafty.com

Memory Wire Coil in gold, from eCrafty.com

 

Irridescent seed bead spacers from eCrafty.com ~ just .99 cents!

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2 comments

  1. Hi Hermila! That is a great idea! We do our best to put full instructions in each of our blog posts – most all of our DIYs are just one or two steps – most every project we post is for crafters of any level – especially beginners. ❤ Best wishes to you and your granddaughter for happy creating! 🙂

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