Free Beading Project Idea: Scarlet Cuff Bracelet and Earring Set

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Scarlet Cuff Bracelet and Earring Set

Scarlet Cuff Bracelet and Earring Set by Virginia Magdaleno

Designer Virginia Magdaleno
Skill Level Intermediate (Cuff Bracelet) and Beginner (Earrings)

Materials
Memory Wire Bracelet - 3 coils
20 gauge Non-Tarnish Silver Soft Flex Craft Wire - Approx. 6"
Sterling Silver Spacer Bars with Faceted Siam Ruby Austrian Crystals - 6 pcs
8mm Sterling Silver Bead Caps - 36 pcs
German Pressed Glass Beads - 49 pcs
4mm Fire Polish Beads - 4 pcs

Tools
Chain Nose Pliers
Cutters
Round Nose Pliers
Hi-Tech Steel Memory Wire Heavy Duty Cutter

Scarlet Cuff Bracelet by Virginia Magdaleno

Instructions for Bracelet

Step 1: Use the Hi-Tech Steel Memory Wire Heavy Duty Cutter to cut 3 complete coils of Memory Wire.

Step 2: Use Round Nose Pliers to form a simple loop on one end of each Memory Wire coil.

Step 3: Use one coil of the Memory Wire to string the first hole of one spacer bar, from the back to the front.

Step 4: String 1 bead cap, 3 German Glass beads, and 1 bead cap.

Step 5: Repeat Steps 2 and 3 twice, using the other two Memory Wire coils and the middle and last holes of the spacer bar.

Step 6: Use all three coils to string one spacer bar.

Step 7: Repeat Steps 4-6 four times.

Step 8: Use Round Nose Pliers to form a simple loop on the end of each Memory Wire coil.

Step 9: Use Hi-Tech Steel Memory Wire Heavy Duty Cutter to cut off excess wire.

Scarlet Earrings by Virginia Magdaleno

Instructions for Earrings

Step 1: To make ear wires for the earrings, use Soft Flex Professional Flush Cutters to cut about 2 inches of Soft Flex Craft Wire from the spool. Use the narrow end of Soft Flex Professional Round Nose Pliers to form a simple loop at one end of the wire. Move the pliers 1/2 an inch away from the simple loop. Using the wide end of the pliers, wrap the wire in the opposite direction as the simple loop. Repeat entire step to form a second ear wire.

Step 2: Use 3 inches of wire to form a wire wrapped loop that attaches to one ear wire. String 1 Fire Polished Bead, 1 bead cap, 1 German Glass bead, 1 bead cap, and 1 Fire Polished Bead. Form a wire wrapped loop.

Step 3: Use 2 inches of wire to form a wire wrapped loop that attaches to the previous wire wrapped loop. String 1 bead cap, and 1 German Glass bead. Use Chain Nose Pliers to curl the end of the Soft Flex® Craft Wire and secure the bead.

Projects not intended for children under the age of 13. The information on this instruction sheet is presented in good faith, but no warranty is given, nor results guaranteed. Soft Flex® Company disclaims all liability from any injury to anyone undertaking the construction of this project as a result of improper safety precautions.

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