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Dead Soft Wire or Artistic Wire
Chain Nose Pliers
Adding Hypo Cement where you are wrapping the wire will help to keep the cord secure.
String your cord end through a closed jump ring and make a loop. Leaving a 1 inch tail.
About a half inch down from the tail. Begin wrapping a 4 inch piece of wire around the looped cord end.
Continue wrapping the wire down the cord for a total of 6 wraps.
Using wire cutters, cut the excess wire on both ends.
Using chain nose pliers, crimp down both ends of wire so the wrap is nice and secure.
Using scissors cut any excess cord.
You have completed one end of your wire wrapped cord end.
Repeat steps 1-6 for the other end of the cord.
Congratulations! You have completed your wire wrapped cord ends!