Make the 7 1⁄4-inch (18.4cm) multishape bracelet following the instructions for the oval bracelet, with the exceptions noted below.
Create the metal shapes. Trace one rectangle, one triangle, and two ovals on the Press ‘n Seal™. File the edges, rounding the points.
Drill the holes. The center holes and the holes placed off-center at one end of the oval pieces need to fit snugly around the twisted wire. The remaining holes at the ends of each piece will also accommodate twisted wire, but these holes should be larger, which will allow for some movement.
Form the twisted wire. On the more angular pieces, you may need to use chainnose or flatnose pliers to form the corners of the spiral. After you slide the twisted wire into an end hole of the triangle and rectangle, trim the twisted wire 1⁄2 inch (1.3cm) from the edge of the metal shape. For the ovals, slide the twisted wire into the off-center hole. Do not trim the excess at this time.
Form the connector spirals. The connector spirals are made from twisted wire with a loop at one end to replace the jump ring. Cut a 4-inch (10.2cm) piece of 20-gauge twisted wire. Start at one end and form a three-round spiral. After the third round, bend the wire at a right angle away from the spiral. Trim the wire, leaving a 1⁄2-inch (1.3cm) tail. Form the tail into a plain loop, perpendicular to the spiral. Make a total of three spirals.
Join the spirals and shapes. Bend the tail in the center hole back and tap it lightly with a hammer. For the triangle and rectangle, bend the 1⁄2-inch tail (1.3cm) at one end away from the shape. Form the tail into a plain loop, perpendicular to the shape, to link to the connector spiral. For the ovals, bring the remaining wire from the wrong side through the off-center hole to the right side in the nearby centered hole at the end. Trim the wire to 1⁄2 inch (1.3cm) and make a plain loop; keep the cut end toward the wrong side of the shape and the loop perpendicular to the shape.
Join the pieces to form the bracelet. Open the loop at one end of an oval shape, slide the hook clasp on the loop, and close the loop. Open the loop on a connector spiral, slide the open hole at the other end of this oval shape on the loop, and close the loop. Open the loop on the rectangle shape, link it through the outer round of the previously joined spiral, and close the loop. Repeat in this manner, adding the triangle and the oval. Insert a jump ring through the remaining hole in the oval, linking additional jump rings if needed for length.