How To Make a Classy Bracelet With Satin Cord

This classy bracelet is easy to make yourself! You can use this design and make it in different colors with our wide range of satin cord. 

Start by cutting the cord. You will need 5 strands and you can measure with your wrist how much you need. Now you can string 1 tube bead per strand. Note: by making a twisting motion, it will be easier to string the tube beads. It also helps to cut the cord diagonally. Glue the strands in the endcap. When you put 2 strands in de top and 3 in the bottom, it will be a good fit with the endcap. Do the same at the other end (make sure the order is the same, 2 above and 3 below). Let is dry. In the meantime attache the jumprings to the charms. When the endcaps are are secure enough, you can attach the charms to the strands. Attach the clasp and extender to both ends of the bracelet. Finish it all of by attaching the heart lock charm to the end and you are ready to wear the bracelet! 

Used materials: 

Stainless steel heart lock charm
Satin cord dark green 2mm
Gold plated tube beads 50x3mm
Stainless steel endcap golden 11x7mm
Stainless steel lock charm gold 13x8mm
Heart shaped charm golden 12x10mm
Stainless steel coin charm with carving 12mm
Stainless steel jumprings gold 4mm
Stainless steel chain extension 47x3mm
Stainless steel lobster clasp 12mm
Jewelry glue

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How To Make a Classy Bracelet with Satin Cord

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How To Make a Classy Bracelet With Satin Cord

This classy bracelet is easy to make yourself! You can use this design and make it in different colors with our wide range of satin cord. 

Start by cutting the cord. You will need 5 strands and you can measure with your wrist how much you need. Now you can string 1 tube bead per strand. Note: by making a twisting motion, it will be easier to string the tube beads. It also helps to cut the cord diagonally. Glue the strands in the endcap. When you put 2 strands in de top and 3 in the bottom, it will be a good fit with the endcap. Do the same at the other end (make sure the order is the same, 2 above and 3 below). Let is dry. In the meantime attache the jumprings to the charms. When the endcaps are are secure enough, you can attach the charms to the strands. Attach the clasp and extender to both ends of the bracelet. Finish it all of by attaching the heart lock charm to the end and you are ready to wear the bracelet! 

Used materials: 

Stainless steel heart lock charm
Satin cord dark green 2mm
Gold plated tube beads 50x3mm
Stainless steel endcap golden 11x7mm
Stainless steel lock charm gold 13x8mm
Heart shaped charm golden 12x10mm
Stainless steel coin charm with carving 12mm
Stainless steel jumprings gold 4mm
Stainless steel chain extension 47x3mm
Stainless steel lobster clasp 12mm
Jewelry glue

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

Enjoy creating!