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How to make a memory wire bracelet.

How to make a a memory wire bracelet tutorial

Learn how to make a memory wire bracelet

This week’s hint & tips tutorial is to make a memory wire bracelet perfect for this Christmas season. You will need 1 strand of clear quartz, Siam and Emerald Swarovski crystal bicones, bracelet memory wire and 2 gold feather headpins. The pop of colour with the Siam and Emerald against the clear nuggets create a powerful statement bracelet that will step your Christmas accessory game up and complete any festive outfit. The mediums used make it a light weight bracelet that you can wear in comfort without the fear of it unclasping or falling off during the night. Have a go at creating your own Christmas memory wire bracelet and don’t forget to share it with us via social media. You can find us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

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How to make a memory wire bracelet tutorial - step 1

Step One

Cut 5 rounds of memory wire, with round nose pliers make a small loop at one end.

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How to make a memory wire bracelet tutorial - step 2

Step Two

Thread on 4cm of the quartz nuggets, then add 1 green Swarovski bicone.

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How to make a memory wire bracelet tutorial - step 3

Step Three

Thread another 3 x 4cm sections of quartz nuggets, alternating the red and green bicones.

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How to make a memory wire bracelet tutorial - step 4

Step Four

Thread 11 x 2cm sections of quartz nuggets continuing the alternating colours of bicone.

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How to make a memory wire bracelet tutorial - step 5

Step Five

Thread on a complete round of just green and red bicones.

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How to make a memory wire bracelet tutorial - step 6

Step Six

Repeat steps 4, 3 and 2 to complete the other side of the bracelet. Trim the wire if too long then make another loop to secure the end.

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How to make a memory wire bracelet tutorial - step 7

Step Seven

Thread a red Swarovski bicone onto a feather head pin, make a wrapped loop onto the end loop of the bracelet. Do the same at the other end.

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