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    Make a Bracelet with Pearls

    Feel like creating a classic piece of jewelry? This amazing bracelet can be made with 2, 3 or even 4 steel wires, so it can be exactly as broad as you want it to be. Use fancy pearls or festive faceted beads, combine it with any color that suits your fancy and alternate with some simple spacer beads to get a super special end result. Have fun  creating!

    Used Materials:

    Steel Wire
    Shiny Glasspearls 8mm ocean green and white
    Crimp beads 2mm silver
    Spacer beads 3mm silver
    Splitrings silver 
    Lobster clasp silver 

    How to make a floating bracelet:

    • Take about 50cm of steel wire and fold it in half. Attach a crimp bead at the top so you create an eye. You attach your first splitring to the eye. (you can also attach a piece of extender chain so your bracelet will fit anyone)
    • Attach the eye with some tape to the table so you can easily work with the two separate wires. 
    • String your beads and pearls on each wire and close off each section with a crimp bead until your bracelet is long enough.
    • Finish the bracelet by using another crimp bead, double the strings and put them back in the same crimp bead so you create another eye. You can then attach the second splitring and lobster clasp.
    • Cut off any extra wire and apply some clear nailpolish on any sharp points of wire.  

Make a Bracelet with Pearls

Feel like creating a classic piece of jewelry? This amazing bracelet can be made with 2, 3 or even 4 steel wires, so it can be exactly as broad as you want it to be. Use fancy pearls or festive faceted beads, combine it with any color that suits your fancy and alternate with some simple spacer beads to get a super special end result. Have fun  creating!

Used Materials:

Steel Wire
Shiny Glasspearls 8mm ocean green and white
Crimp beads 2mm silver
Spacer beads 3mm silver
Splitrings silver 
Lobster clasp silver 

How to make a floating bracelet:

  • Take about 50cm of steel wire and fold it in half. Attach a crimp bead at the top so you create an eye. You attach your first splitring to the eye. (you can also attach a piece of extender chain so your bracelet will fit anyone)
  • Attach the eye with some tape to the table so you can easily work with the two separate wires. 
  • String your beads and pearls on each wire and close off each section with a crimp bead until your bracelet is long enough.
  • Finish the bracelet by using another crimp bead, double the strings and put them back in the same crimp bead so you create another eye. You can then attach the second splitring and lobster clasp.
  • Cut off any extra wire and apply some clear nailpolish on any sharp points of wire.  

Make a Floating Bracelet with Pearls

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    Make a Bracelet with Pearls

    Feel like creating a classic piece of jewelry? This amazing bracelet can be made with 2, 3 or even 4 steel wires, so it can be exactly as broad as you want it to be. Use fancy pearls or festive faceted beads, combine it with any color that suits your fancy and alternate with some simple spacer beads to get a super special end result. Have fun  creating!

    Used Materials:

    Steel Wire
    Shiny Glasspearls 8mm ocean green and white
    Crimp beads 2mm silver
    Spacer beads 3mm silver
    Splitrings silver 
    Lobster clasp silver 

    How to make a floating bracelet:

    • Take about 50cm of steel wire and fold it in half. Attach a crimp bead at the top so you create an eye. You attach your first splitring to the eye. (you can also attach a piece of extender chain so your bracelet will fit anyone)
    • Attach the eye with some tape to the table so you can easily work with the two separate wires. 
    • String your beads and pearls on each wire and close off each section with a crimp bead until your bracelet is long enough.
    • Finish the bracelet by using another crimp bead, double the strings and put them back in the same crimp bead so you create another eye. You can then attach the second splitring and lobster clasp.
    • Cut off any extra wire and apply some clear nailpolish on any sharp points of wire.  

Make a Bracelet with Pearls

Feel like creating a classic piece of jewelry? This amazing bracelet can be made with 2, 3 or even 4 steel wires, so it can be exactly as broad as you want it to be. Use fancy pearls or festive faceted beads, combine it with any color that suits your fancy and alternate with some simple spacer beads to get a super special end result. Have fun  creating!

Used Materials:

Steel Wire
Shiny Glasspearls 8mm ocean green and white
Crimp beads 2mm silver
Spacer beads 3mm silver
Splitrings silver 
Lobster clasp silver 

How to make a floating bracelet:

  • Take about 50cm of steel wire and fold it in half. Attach a crimp bead at the top so you create an eye. You attach your first splitring to the eye. (you can also attach a piece of extender chain so your bracelet will fit anyone)
  • Attach the eye with some tape to the table so you can easily work with the two separate wires. 
  • String your beads and pearls on each wire and close off each section with a crimp bead until your bracelet is long enough.
  • Finish the bracelet by using another crimp bead, double the strings and put them back in the same crimp bead so you create another eye. You can then attach the second splitring and lobster clasp.
  • Cut off any extra wire and apply some clear nailpolish on any sharp points of wire.  
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