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Anchor Bracelet Watch in Blush from P.S. I Love You More Boutique LOVE THIS

Classic Skinny Jeans from P.S. I Love You More Boutique

Anchor Bracelet Watch in Blush from P.S. I Love You More Boutique LOVE THIS

Decorate tu misma: DIY. Pulsera y pendientes a juego, ideal para hacer con nuestras adolescentes estos días de Navidad!

Decorate tu misma: DIY. Pulsera y pendientes a juego, ideal para hacer con nuestras adolescentes estos días de Navidad!

TUTORIAL: Beginner's Wire Crochet, Photo Tutorial with Bracelet Pattern

TUTORIAL: Beginner's Wire Crochet, Photo Tutorial with Bracelet Pattern

This Wire Crochet tutorial is filled with pictures and tips for getting started crocheting with wire. Included is a beginner pattern for a

Want to make some pretty floral looking chain maille to adorn your wrist and fingers? This Japanese 12 in 1 Bracelet and Ring tutorial is for you. This is one of our favorite chainmaille patterns because it creates a pretty flower shape.

Want to make some pretty floral looking chain maille to adorn your wrist and fingers? This Japanese 12 in 1 Bracelet and Ring tutorial is for you. This is one of our favorite chainmaille patterns because it creates a pretty flower shape.

Spiral Bead Bracelet

Beaded Bracelet: Black and Gold, Seed Bead Bracelet, Spiral Bracelet, UK Seller

CAGING A BEAD involves coiling the wire  and pulling it over a bead into a 'cage'. 1. Use a 12mm bead & 14" of 20 gauge or 0.8mm wire. 2. Coil each end of the wire into a tight spiral with flat nosed pliers. Leave 2" of space between each coil. 3. Thread an eyepin through the center hole of one spiral. 4. Put your bead on. 5. Bend the other spiral over the bead and thread it onto your eyepin. 6. Close your eyepin. 7. Pull the edges of the spirals together with your fingers so they cage the…

CAGING A BEAD involves coiling the wire and pulling it over a bead into a 'cage'. 1. Use a 12mm bead & 14" of 20 gauge or 0.8mm wire. 2. Coil each end of the wire into a tight spiral with flat nosed pliers. Leave 2" of space between each coil. 3. Thread an eyepin through the center hole of one spiral. 4. Put your bead on. 5. Bend the other spiral over the bead and thread it onto your eyepin. 6. Close your eyepin. 7. Pull the edges of the spirals together with your fingers so they cage the…

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