How do you make wire jewelry step by step?

3 Steps to Making Wire Wrapped Jewelry

  1. Step 1: Create the Base of the Pendant. Cut the wire.
  2. Step 2: Wrap and Twist the Protruding Wires. In step 1, the goal was to create a base with a number of protruding wires.
  3. Step 3: Wrap the Stone. Wrap, twist, and bend the wires around the stone to keep it in place.

What do you need to make wire jewelry?

Basic Wire Wrapping Supplies

  1. Ruler.
  2. Wire Cutters.
  3. Permanent Marker.
  4. Jewelry Making Pliers: Round, bent nose and chain (use these to tuck in wire ends and shape your wire)
  5. Gauge (measures the inside of holes for beads and the width of the wire for gauging)
  6. Needle Nose Flat File (for filing the wire ends)

What gauge wire do I need for jewelry making?

A 20 gauge wire works well for most jewelry-making needs, such as wire-wrapping, but you can go with a finer gauge, such as 21, 22, or 24 for smaller more delicate beads and stones.

What kind of jewelry can I make with wire?

These easy wire jewelry tutorials are bound to inspire you to create some gorgeous, original pieces of your own.

  • Wire Wrap Geode Necklace.
  • Wire Wrapped Beaded Necklace.
  • Galactic Circle DIY Earrings.
  • Wire-Wrapped Crystal Bracelet.
  • DIY Bird’s Nest Necklace.
  • Wire Wrapped Leather DIY Bracelet.
  • Simple and Elegant Wire Ring.

Which wire is best for jewelry making?

The Best Crafting Wire for Sculpting, Jewelry-Making, and More

  1. Benecreat Aluminum Wire. Benecreat’s wire is good-looking and easily bendable, making it a great versatile wire to keep in your craft kit.
  2. TecUnite Craft Wire.
  3. PandaHall Elite Craft Wire.
  4. Darice Craft Wire.
  5. Toner Crafts Fun Wire.

What wire will not tarnish?

Non-Tarnish Jewelry Wire is the perfect gold alternative. ParaWire takes 99% pure copper wire and coats it with an exclusive non tarnish coating and a lovely finish. This wire is great for jewelry making and other craft projects!

What wire is best for making jewelry?

20 gauge wire is a good all-purpose, versatile wire size, thin enough to use with most beads. If you use half-hard wire (or you work-harden dead-soft wire), then 20-gauge wire is also sturdy enough to hold its shape for making handmade chain, ear wires, eye pins, jump rings, and lightweight clasps.

Where can I learn wire wrapping jewelry?

The WrapMakers Wire Wrap School is a FREE Course that will teach you to create your very own Wire Wrapped Jewelry. By the end of this course, you’ll be able to create Wire Jewelry that EVERYONE will love and appreciate.