Blue Freshwater Pearl Set

The beautiful blue colors inspired by the sea are reflected here in each bracelet. And also the pearls are used in each bracelet plus the ring. Not difficult to make yourself and very beautiful to wear.

Used materials:

Elastic bracelet with Katsuki beads

Fresh Water Pearls 7mm Natural White
Katsuki Fimo Clay Disc Beads 6mm Cyan
Katsuki Fimo Clay Disc Beads 6mm Off White
Designer Quality Round Beads 3mm Nickel Free Golden
Crimp Beads Gold 2mm
Lobster Clasp 12mm
Clear Elastic 0.5mm
Gold jumprings 4mm

Elastic bracelet with the eyes

Fresh Water Pearls 7mm Natural White
Evil Eye Connector Gold Plated 9x5mm Aqua Blue
Stainless Steel Headpins Gold Color 5cm
Miyuki Seed Beads 4mm 6/0 Duracoat Galvanized Sea Foam
Crimp Beads Gold 2mm
Lobster Clasp 12mm
Clear Elastic 0.5mm
Gold jumprings 4mm

Woven Miyuki Bracelet

Fresh Water Pearls 7mm Natural White
Designer Quality Round Beads 3mm Nickel Free Golden
Lobster Clasp 12mm
C-lon thread Gold
Miyuki Delica's 11/0 Opaque Luster Mallard
Waxed Cord 0.8mm White
10 pcs gold 10mm

Ring

Fresh Water Pearls 7mm Natural White
Clear Elastic 0.5mm
Crimp Beads Gold 2mm
Designer Quality Round Beads 3mm Nickel Free Golden

Elastic Bracelet

For the bracelet with the Evil eyes, you use a stapler to attach the pearls between the eyes. In the video below you can see exactly how to make an intermediate piece. 

In this video below, we show the technique you can use for the woven Miyuki bracelet.

Pearl Ring

You make the ring with a piece of elastic, about 25cm long. Thread the beads on it and close the ring with a pinch bead. You do that by putting the two ends of the elastic in opposite directions through the pinch bead and squeeze it to close. Cut the remaining elastic so you can no longer see the ends, and your ring is ready.

Share your jewelry projects on instagram with #beadsandbasics for a chance to win € 20,- shopping money.

Enjoy creating! 

 

Blue Freshwater Pearl Set - Bracelets + Ring

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Blue Freshwater Pearl Set - Bracelets + Ring
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Blue Freshwater Pearl Set

The beautiful blue colors inspired by the sea are reflected here in each bracelet. And also the pearls are used in each bracelet plus the ring. Not difficult to make yourself and very beautiful to wear.

Used materials:

Elastic bracelet with Katsuki beads

Fresh Water Pearls 7mm Natural White
Katsuki Fimo Clay Disc Beads 6mm Cyan
Katsuki Fimo Clay Disc Beads 6mm Off White
Designer Quality Round Beads 3mm Nickel Free Golden
Crimp Beads Gold 2mm
Lobster Clasp 12mm
Clear Elastic 0.5mm
Gold jumprings 4mm

Elastic bracelet with the eyes

Fresh Water Pearls 7mm Natural White
Evil Eye Connector Gold Plated 9x5mm Aqua Blue
Stainless Steel Headpins Gold Color 5cm
Miyuki Seed Beads 4mm 6/0 Duracoat Galvanized Sea Foam
Crimp Beads Gold 2mm
Lobster Clasp 12mm
Clear Elastic 0.5mm
Gold jumprings 4mm

Woven Miyuki Bracelet

Fresh Water Pearls 7mm Natural White
Designer Quality Round Beads 3mm Nickel Free Golden
Lobster Clasp 12mm
C-lon thread Gold
Miyuki Delica's 11/0 Opaque Luster Mallard
Waxed Cord 0.8mm White
10 pcs gold 10mm

Ring

Fresh Water Pearls 7mm Natural White
Clear Elastic 0.5mm
Crimp Beads Gold 2mm
Designer Quality Round Beads 3mm Nickel Free Golden

Elastic Bracelet

For the bracelet with the Evil eyes, you use a stapler to attach the pearls between the eyes. In the video below you can see exactly how to make an intermediate piece. 

In this video below, we show the technique you can use for the woven Miyuki bracelet.

Pearl Ring

You make the ring with a piece of elastic, about 25cm long. Thread the beads on it and close the ring with a pinch bead. You do that by putting the two ends of the elastic in opposite directions through the pinch bead and squeeze it to close. Cut the remaining elastic so you can no longer see the ends, and your ring is ready.

Share your jewelry projects on instagram with #beadsandbasics for a chance to win € 20,- shopping money.

Enjoy creating!