I really enjoy making bracelets using memory wire, so set to making a few more using various glass beads and stones.
I made this chunky orange and black beaded bracelet for myself.
I made myself a chunky green glass bead bracelet, threaded onto elastic, and a more delicate green glass and antique brass bracelet for my sister-in-law-type in honour of the Aged P who loved green.
I decided to make my friend Sharon an Egyptian themed bracelet for her 40th birthday this year. The tiny beads threaded on bars are authentic antique Egyptian stones.
For my friend Ali’s 40th birthday I made her a bead and safety-pin bracelet. It was quite fiddly to thread, but worth it as it makes quite a statement.
I recently purchased a larger display stand for when I do craft fairs, all I have to do now is make enough items to fill it. So, yesterday I spent the day making memory wire bracelets.
I’ve just made three more memory wire bracelets, using a variety of beads and plastic tubing.
I thought I’d have a go at making some new beaded bracelets, some with chain backing and other the beads themselves creating the chain. I used a wide variety of sizes, styles and colours.
My mum asked me to make her friend a bracelet for Christmas using little polymer clay and lucite flowers beads. This is the result!
I just finished making these four chunky beaded charm bracelets, and spent far longer than I care to admit fannying around with ideas! However, I am very pleased with the results.
After buying lots of super, bright and cute buttons over the past month I finally had a chance to sit down and play with them!