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Dainty Gold Stacked Bracelets

Dainty Gold Stacked Bracelets
Dainty Gold Stacked Bracelets
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Learn to make these Dainty Gold Stacked Bracelets with this excellent full tutorial. Gold and turquoise are a striking pair, and these wire wrap DIY bracelets are perfect for stacking. Using opaque turquoise beads, black rhinestones, and gold chain, you can make a combination of pieces that draw the eye and add interest to any outfit. This wire wrapping tutorial takes you through the process so you can create your own stacking bracelets to show off. It's the kind of DIY jewelry that is both smart and fun. Enjoy!

Project Type: Make a Project

Bead Type: Gemstone

Time to complete: In an evening

Bead Technique Used: Chainmail/Wirework

Bead Project Type: Bracelet

Difficulty Level: Intermediate

Materials:

  • 1 pk #34718078 24in SS6 Black-Gold Rhinestone Chain
  • 1 pk #34718010 32in Small Flat Chain Gold
  • 1 pk #3201801 40' 24 Gauge Wire- Gold
  • 1 pk #34733073 40g 6/0 Turquoise Opaque E-beads
  • 1 pk #34712156 6mm Jump Rings- Gold
  • 1 pk #34741056 70pc 4mm Bicone Mirror Beads - Aqua - Tan
  • 1 pk #74100073 Flat Bracelet Beadalon Memory Wire - Gold
  • #6854 Needle Nose Pliers and Cutter - Precision Comfort
  • #4477 Parrot Beak Memory Wire Cutter
  • #6858 Round Nose Pliers - Precision Comfort

Gold Curb Chain Bracelet Instructions:

1. Using parrot cutters, cut (1) 7 ¾” length of flat gold memory wire. Using round nose pliers, bend the ends around and in, forming a small loop on each side.

2. Cut (1) 36” length of 24 gauge gold wire.

3. Approximately 2 ½” from one end loop of the memory wire, start wrapping the 24 gauge gold wire around the memory wire working towards the middle of the bracelet. Wrap to a length of ¼”. 4. Cut (1) 1 ¾” length of gold curb chain.

5. Attach the gold curb chain to the memory wire by wrapping the 24 gauge gold wire once through each link in the chain. Once all the links are wrapped onto the memory wire, wrap another ¼” of 24 gauge gold wire around the flat memory wire. Trim off excess wire to complete the bracelet.

Black Rhinestone Chain Bracelet Instructions:

1. Repeat Steps #1-3 of the Gold Curb Chain Bracelet.

2. Cut (1) 3” length of black/gold rhinestone chain.

3. Attach the rhinestone chain to the memory wire by wrapping the 24 gauge gold wire between each link in the rhinestone chain. Once all the links are wrapped onto the memory wire, wrap another ¼” of 24 gauge gold wire around the flat memory wire. Trim off excess wire to complete the bracelet.

Single Wire Aqua Beaded Bracelet Instructions:

1. Repeat Steps #1-3 of the Gold Curb Chain Bracelet.

2. Wrap (10) aqua mirror beads onto the flat memory wire by threading the 24 gauge gold wire through each individual bead, positioning the bead on top of the memory wire, wrapping once around the flat memory wire, then spiraling once around, before adding on the next bead.

3. Repeat step 2 until all 10 beads are wired on. Wrap another ¼” of 24 gauge gold wire around the flat memory wire. Trim off excess wire to complete the bracelet.

Turquoise E-Bead Bracelet Instructions:

1. Using parrot cutters, cut (1) approximately 8 ¼” length of flat gold memory wire. Using round nose pliers, bend one end around to the side and form a small loop. Bend the other end around and out, forming a small open loop that will slide through the first loop to create a clasp closure for the bracelet.

2. Cut (1) 36” length of 24 gauge gold wire. Approximately 2 ½” from the end loop on one end of flat memory wire, wrap 2-3 layers of the 24 gauge gold wire around the flat memory wire to a length of ¼”, working towards the middle of the bracelet.

3. Wrap (10) turquoise e-beads onto the flat memory wire by threading the 24 gauge gold wire through each individual bead, positioning the bead on top of the memory wire, wrapping once around the flat memory wire, then spiraling once around before adding on the next bead. Repeat this process until all 10 beads are wired on. Wrap
another ¼” of 24 gauge gold wire around the flat memory wire. At this point wrap back over the ¼”. Proceed by spiraling back around between each bead you added on earlier in this step and back over the first ¼” you wrapped on in Step #2. Trim off excess wire to complete the bracelet.

Bead Drop Bracelet Instructions:

1. Using parrot cutters, cut (1) 12 ½” length of flat gold memory wire.

2. Using round nose pliers, bend one end of the flat memory wire into a loop that wraps around the other layer of wire. Repeat this step on the other end of the wire so the loops on each side slide along the flat memory wire.

3. Cut (1) 12” length of 24 gauge wire. Form a tiny loop on one end. Thread on (1) aqua mirror bead. Form a wrapped loop in the wire approximately ¼” above the bead. Wrap and spiral the wire back down around the wire to meet the top of the bead. Trim off excess wire to complete the bead drop. Attach (1) 6mm jump ring to the bead
drop.

4. Cut (1) 12” length of 24 gauge wire. Form a tiny loop on one end. Thread on (2) aqua mirror beads. Wrap the wire back around between the beads, then back up around the top bead. Form a wrapped loop in the wire approximately ¼” above the top bead. Wrap and spiral the wire back down around the wire multiple times then
wrap and spiral down between the 2 beads. Trim off excess wire to complete the beaded drop. Attach (1) 6mm jump ring to the beaded drop.

5. Cut (1) 12” length of gold 24 gauge wire. Form a tiny loop on one end. Thread on (1) aqua mirror bead. Cut (1) 5-link length of gold curb chain. Thread the 24 gauge wire back and forth through the links. Approximately ¼” above the chain links, form a wrapped loop. Trim off excess wire to complete the bead drop. Attach (1) 6mm jump
ring to the loop in the bead drop.

6. Cut (1) 3-rhinestone length and (1) 5-rhinestone length of black rhinestone chain. Attach (1) rhinestone chain end to one end of each length of rhinestone chain. Attach the chain end in the 3-rhinestone chain to the jump ring in Step #3. Attach (1) 6mm jump ring to the chain end in the 5-rhinestone chain.

7. Open all the jump rings in all the beaded drops above and connect them to the double flat memory wire section of double memory wire to complete the bracelet.

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