I used some gorgeous sari silk in shades of red and orange, then wrapped them up in copper wire. The dark wood beads were a perfect accent, as were the wrapped copper links. I wrapped more copper around some gorgeous dark olivine jade rounds and bright red coral beads, creating cool links. More copper beads were used to finish the look. The copper clasp I made myself, and hammered it for strength and texture. The bracelet fits an 8 inch wrist, but is easily made smaller by twisting the strands together. (The only thing I would've done differently on this would have been to oxidize the wire before I used it. Since I used the sari silk, I couldn't oxidize it after the bracelet was finished. ah well!)
I have also entered this bracelet in a Harvest Challenge over in the Etsy Forums! The challenge here was to create something that embodied fall. We could only use what we had on hand, and couldn't buy anything specifically for the challenge. There are a number of other very cool Etsians working on this challenge, so please go check out the forums and also look for the Treasuries that have been created as a result! You can also go to the RoxandThings blog, where she's posting pictures of those who are in the challenge.
bracelet has already been added to my Etsy shop!