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Shooting Star Bangle

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Shooting Star Bangle

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Silver Plated Copper Wire 0.8mm 6metre Coil Non Tarnish
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Information about project:

Shooting Star Bangle

Designed by: Holly Eve

Difficulty: Intermediate


Learn how to make this Shooting Star Bangle using silver plated copper with and a shimmering rose gold and cubic zirconia star bead!

Step 1

Cut two lengths of wire measuring approx 3" longer than your wrist measurement.
Cut another length another 2" longer than these wires.

Step 2

Thread the two shorter wires through your star bead and curl approx 1.5 and 1" on the other side of the bead to secure them to the bead. You may want to gently hammer your wire curls to strengthen them and make them look neater.

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Step 3

Take your third section of wire and wrap this tightly around the two wires on the other side to the curls and star bead.
Once you are sure your three wires are secure, you can start plaiting your wires together.
Gently curve your wires into a bangle shape to fit your wrist.

Step 4

Once you are happy with the length of your bangle, wrap the longest length of wire around the two other wires again and create three curls at the end to secure them.

Step 5

You may wish to flatten your wire bangle out onto a surface suitable for hammering, and flatten/strengthen the wire. Your bracelet will easily bend back into the shape you want.