No bride doesn’t want to make her special day more special, more meaningful and eternal, as they try their best to arrange everything, any detail by themselves, especially the important part of wedding jewelries! From the jewelry design and shop the materials and tools to assemble all beads and supplies, they treasure every steps in this process. Maybe the jewelry is not as brilliant and good craftsmanship as those sold in showcase, but the meaning is profound!
For the other brides, this may be quite different. They choose to shop wedding jewelry instead of do it themselves, cause the day is so important and they hope everything is perfect, especially for the wedding jewelry that will bring her gorgeous and elegance.
Both may not perfect. But today, this post may help you to make everything more perfect.
This post will share a tutorial of a classic bridal bracelet. No complex beading technique, flexible choice for beads and elegant looks.
You can choose any kinds of jewelry beads that best matched the wedding, pearls,gems or crystals.
The core material for this inspiration is wire !
Cut two pieces 30cm 18 gauge jewelry wires and make two U-shape loops as shown in pictures.
Please note that one of them is bigger than the other.
Cut a piece of 50cm 28 gauge jewelry wire and wrap it around the U-shape wires.
Wrap around the U-shape wires tight.
Cut another two pieces of 18 gauge jewelry wires in 20cm and insert them between the U-shape wires as shown in the picture.
Continue to use the thin jewelry wire to wrap all of the 18 gauge jewelry wires.
Tip: Use chain nose plier to better squeeze and fix the wires to make all the wires in the same surface.
Wrap the wires to your desired length to ensure all the wires are fastened together. Then make an end of the cord.
Cut the end of the wire on other side that closed to U-shape loops.
String the beads with different sizes or colors through the wires.
See the overview picture when you string all the beads.
Make slight bent to the wires using chain nose plier.
Make four free swirls using round nose plier to the wires with U-shape loops.
Cut 28 gauge wire of 50cm and wrap around the wires as shown in the picture.
Make the closure with the rest two jewelry wires by creating simple loops as shown in picture. Then use thin jewelry wire to wrap wires closed to the closure.
Insert the closure to the U-shape loops!
Congratulations, you have made an elegant bride wire working bracelet.