Give me a couple hours
And I’ll take you from coils of wire
Plus, you’ll have a completed, unique wire wrapped bracelet! 🙂
You can make this bracelet, too. I’ll show you how with my comprehensive Spiral Bangle Bracelet eWorkshop.
What’s an eWorkshop?
It’s a workshop held completely online on a private protected page on my website. It’s like going to a workshop in person, but better! You can take it any time and in the comfort of your own home (and even in your jammies!) You can watch it over and over again as many times as you like.
And you also get a helpful PDF eBook with step-by-step instructions as well! Think about the satisfaction you’ll get taking a coil of wire and making it into a bracelet, every single part of the bracelet you make yourself! It’s not as hard as it looks. (And my customers tell me all the time that I make things seem so simple with my step-by-step, real time instructions.)
About the eWorkshop:
- It’s called an “eWorkshop” because it’s held online.
- You get 2 videos that are close up of my hands (even better than in a in person workshop!) One gives you the technique for making 2 different spirals and the other is how to make the bracelet itself.
- You get a PDF eBook with step-by-step photos, plus additional instructions for customizing the bracelet further.
- You get email access to me for any questions you might have.
- At the end of the eWorkshop, you’ll have a completed Spiral Bangle Bracelet that you created from the wire up!
- You’ll improve your jewelry making skills and you’ll be able to make spirals in your sleep!
- You get to express your creativity and gain confidence in your artistic abilities.
In just over 45 minutes, you’ll have an awesome bracelet you made yourself. And you can make them again and again in different ways!
This tutorial is available in my Spiral Wire Jewelry eBook, but this is the only place to get the videos!
What makes me different?
Instead of the tiny, hard to see photos and complicated instructions of other tutorials, my instructions have clear detailed photos and I’m often told that I make complicated things seem simple. You get videos with this as well and my learning guarantee.
I started making jewelry as a child and started my own jewelry business in 2005. I have sold online, at craft shows and in my own retail space. I have been teaching online since 2012 and in person before that. My tutorials appear on Allfreejewelrymaking.com, HappyMangoBeads.com and JewelryTutorialHQ.com. Wire is my specialty and I have been making wire jewelry to sell for years.
Wire wrapping is my specialty and my passion!
Ready to get started?
This eWorkshop is a great value at just $14.00!
(Find skill level and materials and tools needed for this eWorkshop below.)
Skill Level of this eWorkshop:
Advanced beginner to intermediate skills.
Meaning, if you are brand new to jewelry making, you may find this tutorial challenging. However, if you have worked with wire, even on a small scale, you will succeed on this tutorial.
If you are brand new to jewelry making and want to get the basics of working with wire, I highly recommend my book, Wire Wrapping for Beginners (available as a print book or eBook)
However, I do teach you everything you need to know in the video and PDF eBook to make this bracelet, so you don’t need to have any specific skills beforehand.
Materials and Tools Needed for this Project:
- 16 gauge wire – round, half-hard
- 20 gauge wire – round, half-hard
- Wire cutters
- Round nose pliers
- Chain nose pliers
- A can (veggies/beans/etc.) or bracelet mandrel
- Optional for customization: beads of your choice
- Optional for customization: 7mm jump rings
Wire: You can use any metal you prefer. You might want to start with a less expensive wire to start such as copper or a silver plated copper wire and then try sterling silver once you feel more comfortable.
Ready to have fun and get creative?
Purchase the Spiral Bangle Bracelet eWorkshop today!
What happens next?
After you make your purchase, you’ll get an email with a link to download a PDF. That PDF is the eBook for this eWorkshop and it contains the private, password protected page link and password for the workshop.
See you in the workshop! 🙂