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These colourful, on-trend bangles are sure to complement any outfit. I love the combination of different, antiqued metal colours to bring out the colour of the beads. Some colours shine in antiqued metals in a way that just can’t be replicated in silver.
There are 7 layers of wire in these bangles, so you can use artistic wire and still create a sturdy, usable bangle in reliable sizes.
These instructions include a simple, wire-only bangle as well as a bead-embedded version. These have been selling - and wearing - well in pairs!
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30” 20ga vintage bronze wire
12” 20ga copper wire
15” 24ga bronze-colored wire
24” 22ga antique copper wire
Chainnose pliers or Bent nose pliers
A fistful of beads in your favourite colourway - I always like the two-tone firepolished czech beads. At least 6, 6mm beads, although a combination of sizes is very attractive as well.