Wire Cuff Bracelets


Friends, I always enjoy sharing jewelry projects with you, but I’m especially excited today because I’m about to share with you the absolute easiest bracelet you’ll ever make! It literally takes less than 30 seconds, and requires no special skills or tools…and when it’s done, you’ll have a gorgeous statement piece. Take a look…


{mine were provided by Goody Beads. All opinions are my own. The links below are affiliate links.}

– Wire Formed Cuff
Specifically, I used the 48 mm Gold Plated Textured Cuff and the 37 mm Silver Plated Wire Formed Cuff

– 30 mm or larger Gemstone Cabochon
Mine were the 30 mm Oval African Turquoise and the 30 mm Oval Blue Goldstone; also pictured is the 30 mm Oval Dogteeth Amethyst

– Strong Glue
I used Aleene’s “The Ultimate” Multi-Surface Adhesive

For more cuff and cabochon options, check out Goody Beads’ Wire Form Bracelets inspiration page.


Step 1: Choose a cabochon and cuff combination.

Step 2: Apply glue to the metal plate in the center of the wire cuff.


Step 3: Carefully place the flat back of the cabochon centered on the metal plate. Allow the glue to dry completely.


That’s it! Your beautiful new bracelet is ready to wear! See what I mean? This project seriously could not be easier. It requires no special skills, no special tools, just two materials and some glue.


There are so many different combinations of cuffs and gemstones you can use to create unique pieces of jewelry that are sure to make a statement!


Tip: To make sure your cabochon is centered, place it upside down on a flat surface, then lower the cuff down on top of it. This way, you can see exactly where the stone is in relation to the metal plate.


I absolutely love the Blue Goldstone…could you guess? You know how I feel about sparkly things!


Of the two bracelets I made, this one is my favorite because it’s a bit smaller and that sparkly bead is just my style! Plus, I tend to wear more silver jewelry than gold. I really like how both of them turned out, though, and will be using them a lot to accessorize my summer outfits!


What do you think? Which of these two styles do you prefer? Would you wear a cuff like this to accessorize? If so, head on over and grab the materials to make your own…I promise, this is the easiest piece of jewelry you’ll ever create, and you’ll get tons of compliments on it too!



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  1. I love the look of all of these bracelet, I think I should make few with few kids. What are the measurement of the coding, There’s few kids design on this website http://kidzcandesign.com, Do you recommend such type of website?

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