Introduction: A Spiral Bracelet Using Beadalon Artistic Wire Designer Spiral Maker
A quick and simple project even suitable for beginners
Step 1: Make Spirals With a Beadalon Artistic Wire Designer Spiral Maker (or by Hand)
A simple design using 22 gauge non tarnish silver plated copper wire and a Beadalon Artistic Wire Designer Spiral Maker to easily make the embellishment for this bracelet.
Step 2: Create Spirals of Different Sizes.
Following the instructions on the Beadalon Artistic Wire Designer Spiral Maker packaging I started by making a big stash of spirals, of different sizes leave a 2 inch tail.
Step 3: Mesh Ribbon and Ribbon Clasp
Cut mesh to desired length and attach the clasps. close over the end of the mesh and close firmly with pliers.
I also attached a magnetic fastener with a jump ring to the ribbon clasp.
Step 4: Add Spiral Embellishments
Secure the spirals to the mesh by poking the "tail" through one hole and then back through another hole so the tail is at the front , wrap around the stem of the spiral and gently press down to secure.
Step 5: More Spirals
Continue adding the spirals, allowing then to overlap.
Step 6: Finished Project
Cover the length of the mesh ribbon in your spirals. For a slightly more glam design glue some flat back gems on the centre of the spiral.
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Ilove this cuff! beautiful. I would like to try it but i don't know what the mesh is or where to buy it. Can you help me with this?
Hi, Sorry for delay in answering it's
Tubular Wire Mesh Ribbon, being tubular it's double thickness, so strong enough to hold the spirals.
I got it from ebay UK
Thank you for your message, have fun :)