Beadalicious Memory Wire Bracelet


Beadalicious Memory Wire Bracelet


Beadalicious Memory Wire Bracelet
Beadalicious Memory Wire Bracelet

This Beadalicious Memory Wire Bracelet is a bead bonanza! Learn how to make beaded bracelets using memory wire with this video tutorial. The wrapped style of this design gives the effect of multiple stacked bracelets in one easy-to-make piece. This homemade bracelet is a great stashbuster project that allows you to use up many of your leftover beads. The blue, black, and green hues of this DIY bracelet make it easy to match with an ensemble.

Project TypeMake a Project

Bead TypeMiscellaneous

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Bead Technique UsedChainmail/Wirework

Bead Project TypeBracelet




  • 36 inches of bracelet memory wire
  • old wire cutters or special cutters for memory wire (don’t use your good wire cutters on memory wire!)
  • 12 inches worth of bead chips
  • 12 inches worth of decorative beads of your choice
  • 12 inches worth of small black beads
  • chain nose pliers
  • bead design board


  1. Use old wire cutters or special cutters for memory wire to cut a 36-inch length of bracelet memory wire. Use chain nose pliers to bend a small loop at one end of wire.
  2. Arrange 36 inches of beads on a design board in the pattern of your choice. String beads onto memory wire.
  3. Use old wire cutters or special cutters for memory wire to cut wire to within 3/8 inch of last bead. Use chain nose pliers to bend a small loop in remaining wire.



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I have always wanted to make a memory wire bracelet but can not figure out the beads I wat to use and this video helped me realize which ones you cannot use and a good idea on how to plan your own. These bracelets are so cool and I love the way it just hugs your arm. So easy to make too. My daughter-in-law made one for here mom and we put a pretty bead on the end before making the turn on ends. I love these colors together. Going to start one soon.

Very pretty and very easy. That's the bottom line on this one. It will make up quickly and the colors just depend on your tastes. Nothing really special is required. Might I suggest, if for any reason you need to cut memory wire, make sure you use cutters that say they are for that type wire. If not, you will ruin your cutters.

another lovely bracelet with concise directions - something I appreciate as I have no patience with video directions ) - my problem, not a complaint please do not misunderstand me. I use memory wire for so many projects, but have never thought of using it for bracelets Thanks for the idea sharing

What a great video for anyone new to using memory wire to make this beautiful beaded bracelet. I have never used the memory wire myself and am missing out on some beautiful easy to make jewelry. I can not get over how simple it is. This is also a way to use up some leftover beads. I have some memory wire and some variety of beads I will put this on my to do list and will be making soon.Anyone else want to give it a try? Watch this video.

Sorry Sally, where on earth did I get Heather from???!! I have now followed your pattern and as I was turning the second end of the wire I thought "This would make a fantastic sparkling mobile" and would live up to my name. Anyway a great big thank you from me in Rothwell, Northants,UK.

Thank you Heather for a really excellent tutorial. I have several reels of memory wire in silver plated gold plated but haven't yet made use of them.I will now!!!! Love and best wishes from Sheila in England.

Thanks for the nice tutorial. I already have some memory wire, and lots of misc beads. I'm going to make on of these tomorrow!

Pretty bracelet. Always love your tutorials.

your video is very nice however your mic has some extreme static and it's very pleasant to listen to...please either clean micraphone or get new one. thanks


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