• DIY Wire Bow Bracelet

    diy_bow_bracelet5I haven’t done a lot of crafting with wire before, but lately I’ve got a lot of projects on my to-do list that involve wire. This wire bow bracelet was a great place to start. Easy process with a sleek, stylish result.

    Keep reading to see how to make it…

    Photography by Liz Stanley. Assisted by Jordan Wise

    Supplies: Thin steel wire (mine was .73 mm), wire pliers, wire cutters, pencil


    Step 1: Cut a piece of wire about 13 inches longdiy_bow_bracelet1

    Step 2: Wrap one end around a pencil. Do the same to the other end. Be sure to leave a tail for the end of the bow


    Step 3: Bring the two ends together and twist one loop over another (see below)


    Step 4: Make a small loop and hook on the back

    Step 5: Trim the ends if needed



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    4. Alicia said… February 18, 2014 10:11 pm

      Simple and elegant! I’m a little concerned over the open ends – probably not safe for young ones or snaggy clothing. Perhaps the bow tie ends can be twisted up, or use a small sparkly bead?

    5. Savanna said… February 18, 2014 4:15 pm

      This is awesome! I have an arts and craft blog where I do a lot of DIY things, but I haven’t seen anything like this before! Thanks for the creative suggestion!

    6. Mango said… February 17, 2014 12:47 pm

      I love it & it’s so simple! I’ll definitely give this a go – thanks for posting 🙂

    7. STEL STYLE said… February 17, 2014 8:57 am

      I love your creativity, this DIY is simple but really cute!!!

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    8. novella @ 9lla.it said… February 17, 2014 6:20 am

      Pretty! There was a period in which I was totally obsessed with tiny and wire jewels!

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