This technique can be used for many different projects. For example closings closures for earings and many more. This technique helped me accomplish many projects. Therefore I wanted to share it with you! It takes some practice to get better so keep trying!
First, take your wire and cut it about 2 inches. Use a flexible wire not too thin or too thick.
Then, bend your wire at a 100 degree angle. Not a complete 90. It makes a difference.
Next, take your rounded plyers or normal plyers and make an eyehole with the excess at a 90 degree angle.
Then, put the eyehole on the plyers and start wraping around the bottom, like so. I usually only wrap three to four times. Now, cut off the excess wire at the end and tuck it in with flat nose plyers.
Just add your bead! It can be any type bead. Here i used seed beads. I like using long beads for earings. I used seed beads for bracelets.
In this picture, I made the eyehole too high. You want to have it very close to the bead.
If you want to keep adding onto it look. Before you start wrapping it slip the next wire wrapped bead into the eyehole. Then, just start wraping like in step 4.
And viola! there you have wire wrapping. keep adding wire wraps to make a bracelet or earings.