Painted Wood Wire Bracelets

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DIY Painted Wood Wire Bracelets

I love the simple look of wire bracelets. So to add some crafty flair to this trend I made Monogram & Charms Wood Wire Bracelets for a Silhouette Challenge DIY Gift post. Those were made using a Silhouette Cameo for the embellishments. For these wire bracelets I hand painted larger wood pieces using different colors and patterns. They came out so cool and fun! Here’s how I made them~

Painted Wood Wire Bracelets



Pick out smooth and not chipped medium sized square and circle pieces of wood. Drill holes evenly on either side of the wood piece.

Paint wood for bracelet

I painted the wood on both sides with various colors of acrylic paint. Use painters tape to make clean lines.

Paint pens on wood

I used paint pens for the gold, orange and black, white & teal squares and circles. Once you have decided on colors and painted your wood, paint a thin layer of decoupage over the finished design. Let it dry and add it to the bracelet.

See my previous post Wood Monogram Wire bracelet, for the tutorial on how to assemble the bracelet.

And that’s it! These are my new fav summer bracelets! I hope you like this post!

Painted Gold Wood Wire Bracelet

 The gold crosses are made from gold foil glued onto the wood.

Painted Wire Bracelets tutorial
Painted Wire Bracelets
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DIY Wood Monogram Wire Bracelets

Wood Monogram Wire Bracelets


  1. Sherry Keef says:

    A very different look and style. Thanks for sharing.

  2. These bracelets are awesome!! Thanks for linking up with Creative Spark; I’m featuring this project today. Please stop by to grab a featured button and link up again!

  3. That might be a nice craft idea for a young teenager. They can express themselves through the designs they paint.

  4. Great instructions as always and love these. Thanks for linking up to Pin Worthy Wednesday, I have pinned your post to the Pin Worthy Wednesday Pinterest Board

  5. Very cute project! I love the ways these turned out. Very anthro/stylish. They would make such lovely gifts! Nice job and thanks for sharing.

    1. Thanks so much I love them all too! I wear them stacked 3 at a time. Thanks for stopping by!

  6. Looks so lovely! I need to do one for myself. Thanks for the instruction.

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