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Fiery Pearl Bracelet

By: Ann Dillard for Beadalon

Heat up your outfit with this fiery bracelet.

Fiery Pearl Bracelet


  • Two continuous coils of bracelet
  • Remembrance Memory wire
  • Two 2” silver head pins
  • Twenty small silver flower bead caps
  • Fourteen small silver spacers
  • Twenty-Three 10X6mm red shaved glass rectangle
  • Beads with Picasso finish
  • Eight 4mm pink pearls
  • Memory wire shear
  • Round nose pliers
  • Chain nose pliers
  • Nipper Tool
  • Designer Bead reamer
  • Matches or lighter


Designer's Tip: Heat the tip of the memory wire with match or light that is going to be bent. This anneals the metal and makes the wire much easier to bend and get “pretty” loops.

  1. Thread onto one headpin, one small bead cap, 1 rectangle bead and one bead cap and make a loop at top to create charm. Repeat to make a total of two charms.
  2. Make a loop at one end of the memory wire and attach one of the created charms, secure by closing loop.
  3. Thread one small bead cap, one pearl, one small bead cap, one rectangle bead, one small silver spacer, one rectangle bead, one silver spacer, one rectangle bead. Repeat this pattern starting with one small bead cap until there are a total of 7 units. End by threading one small bead cap, one pearl, and one small bead cap.
  4. Cut wire long enough to create loop. Make loop at end of wire and attach other charm and secure by closing loop.


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