• Pliers
  • Memory wire– enough for the beads that you want to string- I ordered mine from Goody Beads
  • Beads- I found these colorful beads at Walmart on clearance. I liked the colors and secretly wished that they came in a bracelet instead of a string of beads.
  • Wire cutters (optional)- If you need to cut the memory wire, you’ll need these. I didn’t need them.

Memory Wire Bracelet Supplies

Begin by carefully turning memory wire on one end in opposition direction to form a loop.

Memory Wire Bracelet Loop

String beads onto wire until the wire is nearly full. Turn the remaining end in opposite direction to form another loop (like at the beginning).

Memory WIre Bracelet Loop End

Memory Wire Bracelet

This project was so easy that I made one for my daughter, too. She’s in love with the bead colors. Hers only wraps around the arm once.

Memory Wire Bracelet Child

And you’ll be happy to hear that they garage crafting worked well. No beads were lost or swallowed.

Memory Wire Bracelet On Arm

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