Category: wire

Valentine Heart Bangle Bangle bracelets have been a super fun trend for month, and they show no signs of leaving any time soon.  Here’s a fun handmade bangle variety for the lovers out there!  It’s just in time for Valentine’s

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Tree of Life Wire Pendant Required Materials: 28 gauge Vintaj brass wire (approx 4 feet) 4mm round Moss Agate beads (24-30) 34mm brass ring Needle nose pliers Round nose pliers Wire cutters Cut the 28 gauge wire into 4 inch

Three Strand Wire Crochet Necklace   This classic wire crochet necklace is easy to learn, quick to create and is easily customizable!  You can make all the strands the same length for a full, flirty look or graduate the strands

Basic Wire Wrapped Earrings: A Simple Tutorial You will need: 10mm Swarovksi bicone crystals (2) 1.5 inch piece sterling silver chain (2) 24 gauge sterling silver head pins (2) 3mm sterling silver beads (4) Sterling silver ear wires (2) Round

It’s been another amazing Bead Challenge at Bead World!  You just would not believe the quality of the entries this time around.  Our community is overflowing with talent!  We know how much you guys love to see inspiring design, so

Beaded Spider This completely adorable Halloween spider has taken our stores by storm!  Here are some simple instructions to keep you entertained all through the spooky season… Required Supplies  10-12mm round bead (head) 14-16mm round bead (rear end) Size 8

Okay, I’ll admit that I’m a bit odd.  I really enjoy writing jewelry instructions.  I especially enjoy writing jewelry instructions with big color photographs that are clear and easy to follow.  So imagine my excitement every time I get to

Beaders are always looking for something special to help their designs stand out.  An unusual clasp or ear wire can go a long way toward differentiating your jewelry pieces from every other beader out there.  Let’s face it — locating a great

In honor of Easter, we’re posting our Traditional Rosary instructions!  This is a classic Catholic prayer bead pattern that has been popular for hundreds of years.  Every Easter, Catholic beaders make literally millions of rosaries, which are then used in