Red & Turquoise Memory Wire Bracelet

I’m excited to be joining my favorite bloggers this month to bring you a Pinterest-inspired carft project!  I’ll be honest, I love seeing all those beautiful DIY jewelry projects on Pinterest, but I don’t dabble in much jewelry, so I decided to start simple.

DIY Memory Wire Bracelet  |  Sweet Tea & Saving Grace I figured a memory wire bracelet would be a great project for me as a beginner, and it really was so easy!  Let me show you exactly how easy:

DIY Memory Wire Bracelet  |  Sweet Tea & Saving Grace In addition to those items listed above, you’ll also need wire cutters and needle nosed pliers.

First I added the jump ring to the charm, then threaded the charm onto the center of the memory wire.  Next I added the beads.

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I’ve had these gorgeous turquoise and red beads for a while now – got them in a gift exchange a couple Christmases ago.  I decided to just thread them onto the memory wire in a little pattern until I was satisfied with my design.

003 I used the needle nose pliers to pinch one end of the wire closed, then trimmed the other end with wire cutters.  I made sure to leave enough on the other end to be able to pinch closed.

004 Finally, I pinched the other end closed with the needle nose pliers.

Done!

I've had these gorgeous turquoise and red beads for a while now - got them in a gift exchange a couple Christmases ago.  I decided to just thread them onto the memory wire in a little pattern until I was satisfied with my design. This bracelet literally took me about 15 minutes to make.  I’m down with that!

Stop by to see the other Pinterest-inspired posts today by #myfavoritebloggers, and enter to win this month’s giveaway!

6 Pinterest Inspired Projects

Red & Turquoise Memory Wire Bracelet by Kirsten at Sweet Tea and Saving Grace / Steamed Honey Glazed Carrot Medallions by Melanie at It Happens in a Blink / Pipe Curtain Rods by Kara at Happy Go Lucky / Slow Cooker Italian Beef by Adrianne at Happy Hour Projects / Stenciled Watercolor Makeup Pouch by Bethany at Pitter and Glink / Unicorn Counted Cross Stitch Pattern by Nancy at Do Small Things with Love

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  1. Fara says

    I miss my time that I could sit and create jewelry! I’m hoping when my littles are bigger, I can unpack it all in a little studio space somewhere and work metal to my heart’s content.

  2. says

    I really love this! (I could have guessed you would have chosen beads those colors.) ;) I’ve never used memory wire before, but I want to. Maybe I’ll do that soon. Thanks for a great tutorial!

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  1. […]  Red & Turquoise Memory Wire Bracelet by Kirsten at Sweet Tea and Saving Grace /  Steamed Honey Glazed Carrot Medallions by Melanie at It Happens in a Blink / Pipe Curtain Rods by Kara at Happy Go Lucky / Slow Cooker Italian Beef by Adrianne at Happy Hour Projects / Stenciled Watercolor Makeup Pouch by Bethany at Pitter and Glink / Unicorn Counted Cross Stitch Pattern by Nancy at Do Small Things with Love […]

  2. […] Red & Turquoise Memory Wire Bracelet by Kirsten at Sweet Tea and Saving Grace / Steamed Honey Glazed Carrot Medallions by Melanie at It Happens in a Blink / Pipe Curtain Rods by Kara at Happy Go Lucky / Slow Cooker Italian Beef by Adrianne at Happy Hour Projects / Stenciled Watercolor Makeup Pouch by Bethany at Pitter and Glink / Unicorn Counted Cross Stitch Pattern by Nancy at Do Small Things with Love […]

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