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Fancy Double Wire-Wrapped Bead Cage Tutorial for Jewelry Making

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**SHOP TUTORIAL PRODUCTS BELOW** Take your average beads from zero to hero with this easy technique using pliable craft wire and pliers. Perfect for necklaces, bracelets or earrings, and easily linked with jump rings. Make this style truly your own with crystals, metal colors, accents and more! shop for supplies here: https://christinewhitestyle.com/shop/ Follow Christine on Instagram: @ChristineWhiteStyle Materials: -20 gauge wire: https://christinewhitestyle.com/collections/wire-and-stringing-materials/products/non-tarnish-20-gauge-wire -Round Nose Pliers: https://christinewhitestyle.com/collections/tools/products/round-nose-pliers-zebra-handle -Wire Cutters: https://christinewhitestyle.com/collections/tools/products/designer-wire-cutter -Beads of your choice: https://christinewhitestyle.com/collections/loose-beads -Open Jump Rings: https://christinewhitestyle.com/collections/findings/products/6mm-open-jump-ring-shiny-gold-20-pieces
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Deborah Cost (1 month ago)
Thank you for getting back to me. Thank you for info! Great videos!
christine white (1 month ago)
Deborah Cost thank you!! 🤗📿💗
Deborah Cost (1 month ago)
Christine, where can I get the big silver bead that you are using in this video? Great bead! Thank you!
christine white (1 month ago)
Hi Deborah! Thanks so much for watching! I don’t have the large size of the silver ones available currently online, but here is a link to a slightly smaller version https://christinewhitestyle.com/collections/loose-beads/products/african-fine-silver-saucers-pack-of-4
Deborah Cost (1 month ago)
Is the wire you are using dead soft or half hard when double wire wrapping beads? Thank you!
christine white (1 month ago)
Deborah Cost great question! I use plated brass-based non tarnish craft wire and I believe it is considered half- hard. If you were using sterling or gold-filled wire you could use half-hard wire in its place. Here’s the link to my favorite 20 gauge wire: https://christinewhitestyle.com/products/non-tarnish-20-gauge-wire Thank you so much for watching!! 😊📿
Angela Mullis (5 months ago)
Just found your channel! Love this design element! Thanks so much for sharing!
christine white (5 months ago)
Angela Mullis I’m so glad you’ve discovered my channel! Welcome! Thank you for watching!
Sharion Carpenter (6 months ago)
Great tutorial! Pleasant voice and like the closeups as you explain!
christine white (6 months ago)
Thank you for watching and for your kind feedback! 🤗🌸
Ahmad AR2 (6 months ago)
شكرآ إلك كنت أدور على طريقة سهلة للف النحاس على الخرز بهاي الطريقة
Ahmad AR2 (6 months ago)
جميلة جدآ و سهلة
Margaret Messner (6 months ago)
This is perfect for a fun mixture of odd beads to make a beautiful finished piece! ❤️
christine white (6 months ago)
Margaret Messner for sure! And a great gift idea! 😊 🌸
Jane McLean (6 months ago)
You know I love designs that use up odd beads! What I think might work well here is stone or not perfect beads. I sometimes buy stone beads on a string and the odd one is less than perfect, similarly with other beads. The cage may distract from that, and the casualness of the design may actually work with the flaw.
christine white (6 months ago)
Jane McLean That’s a great idea! Thank you for watching and following along! I always love hearing from you 😊

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