DIY Beaded Bracelet | Facades and Nuances: DIY Beaded Bracelet

Saturday, February 8, 2014

DIY Beaded Bracelet

I know what you are thinking. ANOTHER beaded bracelet?! Using some of the SAME beads?!

I couldn't resist. For some reason, I am really loving beaded pieces and I simply love these beads.

That being said, it is different! We are using beading wire instead of hemp and I will be honest, I had forgotten that it takes longer to work with wire.

Still, the time was worth it and I am incredibly happy with this simple, chic bracelet.

Thanks to my friends Laverne and Ayden once again!

Let's get started!

I ran out of wire...

For this bracelet, you will need:
  • Small beads of your choice
  • Jump rings
  • Wire
  • A metal circle or some sort of center piece
  • Pliers
  • Clasp
  • Crimp beads
  • Scissors (not pictured)

Begin by cutting a piece of wire that is a little more than half the circumference of your wrist. Fold a portion of the wire over the side of the circle, add a crimp bead, and secure it.

 String on your beads.

Secure the other end by stringing on the crimp bead and the jump ring. Fold the wire over the jump ring, through the crimp bead and some beads on the wire. Using pliers, press on the crimp bead. 

And repeat on the other side.

You can always cut off the extra wire that pokes through when you are finishing the bracelet.

Repeat two more times, but make sure you string the second string of beads onto the same jump ring.

Add on your clasps and you are done!


  1. Beautiful bracelet, natural and elegant.
    Thanks for the tutorial :)

    1. Thank you for the kind words Viki! I am glad you liked it!


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