Making Easy Wire Wrapped Bracelet with Red Glass Beads

Hi, dear friends! Do you want to learn easy DIY bracelets? What about this easy golden wire wrapped bracelet with red glass beads? It’s a piece of cake for green hands. The simple tutorial below will tell you how to make the wire wrapped red glass beads bracelet. Now, let’s get started~

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Supplies you’ll need in making the wire wrapped bracelet with red glass beads:

Red Glass Beads

1.5mm Golden Aluminum Wire

0.5mm Golden Copper Wire

Diagonal Plier

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Instructions on how to make the wire wrapped bracelet with red glass beads:

Step 1Make the body of the bracelet

Firstly, cut off a part of golden aluminum wire and twist it;

Secondly, cut off a part of golden copper wire and wrap the middle part of the aluminum wire bracelet with it.

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Step 2: Insert red glass beads to the golden bracelet

Firstly, cut off another part of golden copper wire. Then, wrap it around one triangle pattern and add red glass beads;

Secondly, refer to the above step to add red glass beads to the other triangle pattern.

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Tada, the wire wrapped and red glass beads bracelet is finished. Now, I wear it around my wrist.

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This wire wrapped and red glass beads bracelet is quite easy to make. If you have any questions during the making of the bracelet, just feel free to leave a comment below. Give it a try with some wires and glass beads!

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