Wire Beaded Rings

Wire Beaded Rings

Bead Rings ---- bead-crafts-bead-rings

What you need

Jewelry pliers, round nose and flat
Wire, 20 gauge is recommended, however smaller wire may be used, see instructions
Permanent marker, or other round object the size of a finger


This jewelry making project shows you how to make a simple wire ring using jewelry wire and beads.

 Cut a length of wire, approximately 12 inches long.

Fold the wire in half


Hold the folded end in pliers, and twist the wire
     approximately as long as needed to fit around the 
     finger.  The twisting strengthens the wire, so it will
     hold it’s shape when formed in a circle.

(If you have smaller wire, use 4 strands, fold in half,
and proceed as above.)


Wrap the wire around a permanent marker, or other round object and twist the folded end around the wire.


Thread beads of your choice onto the two ends of wire,
cut off any excess wire, and curl the ends to hold the
beads on.


Twist one of the beaded wires around
    at the base of the ring.  There is no right
   or wrong way to do this.  Whatever suits
    your fancy! ( A figure “8” is good, so you
   would make two circles, one wire curled
   on one side, the other wire curled on the
   other side.

Twist the other end around the base of the
    ring.  Tighten up the wire end loops if they
    have opened during the twisting.



Thread tiny beads on the folded wire (the part that will go around your finger), and then continue with the instructions.  Twist the beaded wire only 2 or 3 times.  (see photo below).




  1. Awesome! Love it!!

  2. OMG…! Love, love, love this ring! I added a Valentine heart charm in the mix as well.. I must say it is dreamy glam….I would rate this project a 10…10….10..! Was very easy to follow, took roughly 40 minutes to make…only because I am picky with my jems…Thank You so much for your how to projects….!

  3. This looks like a really cute and fast project that a person could do on any given day of the week… I think I am going to try this project myself…

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