Use heavy-duty cutters to cut a piece of memory wire that is one-and-a-half loops in length (approximately 10"). Measure the widest part of your hand to make sure you cut a long enough piece.
Use memory-wire bending pliers to form an outward facing loop on one end. Grasp the loop with flat-nose pliers and make a 90- degree bend.
String one 3mm round corrugated metal bead on the wire; this bead is sized larger than the end loop and will hold the beads in place.
String the bead-cocktail beads randomly or in your desired pattern (approximately 6 inches). End with a second 3mm corrugated metal bead.
Make a wire-wrapped crystal-pearl charm.
Add jump rings to each of the charm adornments: use a 6mm jump ring for the crystal heart and 5mm jump rings for the octopus charm and crystal pearl charm.
Use the heavy-duty cutters to cut the memory wire so it is half-an-inch longer than the beaded portion of the bracelet. String the cut end through the first memory-wire loop. String the three charms onto the open wire end. Use the memory-wire bending pliers to form an inward-facing loop on the unfinished end, leaving the loop slightly open.
Grasp the loop with flat-nose pliers and make a 90-degree bend that faces the opposite direction of the first loop. Link the loop over the bracelet wire and close the loop.
To open the bracelet, grasp the two 3mm corrugated metal beads and pull the wire to expand the opening. To close the bracelet, gently squeeze the sides.