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DIY Bracelet

I’m a little busy this week. We started to work in our bedroom, so painting is done, carpenter built the closet yesterday (youpie!)…still have to do all finishing work, cleaning and organizing! I’ve got  a few new DIY idea to try…so I will share it with you as soon as possible!
As I couldn’t do anything yesterday (because of carpenter working) I made a little bracelet!
It’s easy and I used basic jewelry material: Silver wire, clasp, rings, silver crimp bead and pliers. 

 Cut 8 wire pieces of 10″ / 25 cm and fix it 2 by 2 with a crimp bead on the clasp.

You will have 4 pair wire (not like the picture … I added a pair after)

 Start attaching wire 2 by 2 with a crimp bead, so as to form a trellis shape.

Stretch on the side to give shape to the bracelet. Finish by attaching the wire with a ring.

 Et voila!

As I didn’t write the blog in Spanish anymore, I added Google translate in the sidebar, hope it will be useful!



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dbunk902

Thursday 23rd of January 2014

Very pretty, thank you for the inspiration!

Anonymous

Tuesday 22nd of October 2013

what type of wire is used?

Ama Ryllis

Tuesday 22nd of October 2013

Hello, I used metallic jewelry wire...the most common one!

buy body jewellery

Tuesday 3rd of September 2013

Pearls with silver crimps compliments each other. Perfectly matched with each other and also designed very wisely.

Carol Allred

Friday 9th of August 2013

I have done this with pearls and silver crimps, black wire and also tried with just crimps and fancy crimp covers. Very elegant and the ones I gifted are treasured.

panpan

Tuesday 30th of July 2013

Another good thing in buying and wearing trendy beaded jewelry is you do not want to spend thousands of greenbacks to have people who will appreciate your look and your image. Fashionable beaded jewelry like necklaces, earrings and bracelets are available in wide variety of styles and designs. You'll only spend one or two dollars to few hundred bucks depending on the kind of materials you select for your jewelry.