How to Make a Stylish Wire Wrapped Bracelet with Jade Beads

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Like this beautiful coiled wire bracelet? Yes, that’s what we are going to make today! If you like it, just follow me and see how to make it!

Materials and tools needed to make this wire wrapped bracelet:
10mm Mashan Jade Beads
0.8mm Brass Wire
0.5mm Copper Wire
Side Cutting Pliers
Round Nose Pliers
Wire Cutter Pliers

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How to make the wire coiled bracelet:
Step 1: Make one end of the wire closure.
1st, cut 70cm of 0.8mm brass wire, fold it to make a loop, and make one end is 20cm and the other is 50cm.
2nd, cut 30cm of 0.5mm brass wire and cross it through the loop.
3rd, wrap the 50cm wire around the other wire.

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Step 2: Make the coils and add jade beads.
1st, separate the 0.8mm wires and slide a bead onto the 0.5mm wire like picture shows.
2nd, gather the 0.8mm wires and make coils like picture shows.

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3rd, repeat the previous steps to make more coils and add more beads.

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4th, keep making coils and add beads until you get your desire length.

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Step 3: Make the other end of the wire closure.
Fold the leftover part of the shorter 0.8mm wire, cover the ending tip by several coils and remove extra wire. And then, bend the folded wire to form a hook.

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Step 4: Shape the wire wrapped bracelet.
Take a cylindrical box or a bead container, and shape the bracelet into a circle.

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Done!

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Cool and not difficult to make, if you like it, just have a try!

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