Gallery of handmade bracelets.

Recovery Bracelet – 12 Steps

by Liz Juneau. (Savannah, GA) I especially like to make jewelry that is meaningful. Sure it is lovely to wear a bracelet with beautiful stones and shimmering sterling silver but when that bracelet has meaning behind its design and the beads then it is all the more special. Each recovery bracelet has 12 beads – […]

Reflections of the Sea – Amazonite Chips Bracelet

by Natasha Mayers. (The island of Barbados) I enjoy working with memory wire. Created in October 2016, I used 2″ wire and it wraps four full times. This wire size might be best suited for wrists around 5″ – 7″. Being from the Caribbean, the range of colours appealed to me and reminded me of […]

Sparkling Christmas Bracelets

by Kim Pernia. (Maryland) These bracelets are my biggest sellers. The Swarovski cubes can be any color. I use very strong magnets for the clasp-the most expensive part of the bracelet. Kim Pernia Kim Mints Jewelry

A Trio of Beaded Bracelets

by Kathy Zee. (Fiddletown, CA) I made these three bracelets the other day. The brown glass bracelet was made from glass beads that I have had for quite some time, at least 3 years. The Black and gold one is using a gold chain and added metal square beads and black faceted glass beads and […]

Aquamarine Cuff Bracelet Inspired by the Sea

by Sonja. (Croatia) My love for the sea inspired me to make this beautiful bracelet. I handcrafted this bracelet using oxidized sterling silver and aquamarine gemstones. I made the frame of the bracelet with 15 gauge (1.5 mm) sterling silver wire which I hammered for more strength and character. Inside the frame I wire-wrapped beautiful […]

Do You Wear a Watch…

by Sharon Butcher. (Ohio) In response to post: Do you wear a watch? I use my phone, but here is what I do with old watches. Sharon Butcher The Wristbandit

Prehnite Cuff

by Kristene Gonzales. (Draper, Utah, USA) Done with a pretty simple wire wrap for the fact that I was going to use this to teach a class, and had to come up with a piece that was pretty but still easy enough for beginners. I like how it turned out though. I like the Prehnite […]

Dragonfly Bracelet

by Catherine Smith. (Oklahoma) I love working with seed beads, and I love delicate and simple jewelry. The metal dragonflies remind me of my sister and I when we would lay out in the summer, a dragonfly would always land on her toes. The colors remind me of the dragonflies. Catherine Smith

Floss Wrapped Leather Bracelet

by Chris Rehkop. (Ashland, MO) I recently saw a ‘how to’ video using ball chain and stringing material to wrap a bracelet. I tried this using embroidery floss, and wrapped it over tiny ball chain on top of a 5mm black and silver leather bracelet. I’m pleased with the geometric look of the finished bracelet, […]

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