Super Easy Memory Wire Bracelet


Super Easy Memory Wire Bracelet


If you're looking for a stylish way to accessorize this season, look no further to this Super Easy Memory Wire Bracelet project from Consumer Crafts. This is a great diy recycled craft to do with old beads on a cold and rainy afternoon, and are fun crafts for teenage girls. This easy craft jewelry is a fabulous stocking stuffer or last minute gift for a birthday too!



  • 1990-05 Memory Wire Bracelet – Silver
  • 1990-04 Memory Wire Bracelet – Gold
  • 04651 Pearls Round White – 6mm
  • 04323 Pearls Round White – 5mm
  • 04322 Pearls Round White – 4mm
  • Round Nose Pliers
  • Jewelry Glue (optional)


  1. Take nose pliers and round one end of the wire.
  2. Put a dab of jewelry glue at the end of the wire to hold the first bead on OR there are also screw on ends for memory wire. Turn the wire and make sure that the ends are smooth and even so that it won’t catch on a sweater.
  3. Add beads until the wire was full and curl the other end.

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Pearls are my favorite. I love to wear matching pearl earrings, bracelet and necklace. Pearls come in different types and the most expensive are South sea pearls. This Super Easy Memory Wire Bracelet is so stylish you can wear it to any evening or day party. You can choose to make this using real or faux pearls. It's your choice. Enjoy making your pearl bracelet!

I am very new to this memory wire jewelry. This is so super cute and can be worn with many things and can be done in many colors? Also with different beads right. I know some are saying you do not someone telling you how to do this but I do not know and appreciate this tutorial even if it is short. I do have a question though "Does the wire twist by itself or do you have to twist it to go in spiral around wrist?

Hi Weberme, you can purchase memory wire that is specifically sized for bracelets, which will maintain the spiral for a layered look.

i have done this bracelet recently and they came out looking wonderful

The idea is good, but it is hardly something that you need somebody to tell you to do. That's what everybody does with memory wire you just string beads to it and loop both ends. Duh! So as a "pattern" it's lamentable. So many words and so much ado for something that can be found on the memory wire's wrapping. There's another reason. We find on the materials list, two different sorts of memory wire, and three different sizes of pearls. with not even a passing mention in the instructions on how to handle this. Of course, we all know that we must eyeball it, but if everything must be eyeball it, what 's the need for a pattern anyway?

You are obviously an experienced jewelry creator - but not all of us are as experienced or talented while some of us need the suggestion to stir the creative juices With every 'pattern' or 'suggestion' comes an idea that will help in another project Yes for those of us who spend a lot of time designing and creating jewelry this seems overly simple but for others it is a step forward in a new adventure Frankly I spend so much time thinking of the new or radical that I have to admit so simple and attractive a design eluded me and I can see many uses for such a bracelet - it will go so well with certain sweaters that would not work with more exotic designs The intro did say it is super easy and that can be a relief at times - thanks for the idea and the attractiveRead More look

I bought stainless steel memory wire from Consumer Crafts and made pearl bracelets for our annual church bazaar table. They turned out really good and sold well.

I am going to make one of these out of an old elastic ponytail holder made of beads. I especially love that it uses 'memory' wire - no bracelet clasp is even needed!

This is wonderful. We're making items for Relay for Life and this with the pink ribbon attached will work. Our Craft Guild has a box of pearls just ready and waiting for this project.


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