1. Beads – I used an assortment of different size beads that I had left over from previous projects.
2. Memory wire – it’s a pre-bent wire that holds it’s shape. You’ll need the bracelet size.
3. Wire cutters – the one tool you can’t do without when working with wire.
4. Round nose pliers – there are all kinds of pliers, but in my opinion, the round-nosed ones do the trick most of the time.
The steps are very simple and self-explanatory, but just in case:
1. Start beading the wire. I just crabbed the beads at random differing between smaller and larger ones to create a nice textured but non-symmetical look.
2. Just keep adding beads on the wire as long as you have as many bracelet layers as you’d like to have. I went for 5.
3. Bend a loop to one end of the wire.
4. Make sure all the beads are nice and tight and cut the wire about 1cm after the last bead. Bend the tip just like you did the other end.
5. There you have it!
My beading terminology is so bad in english, but hopefully the pictures speak for themselves. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask in comments or via email. I’ll do my best to answer.