Set of Green and Beige Bracelets DIY

This fun set of bracelets has a little bit of everything. Bit chic, bit summery, bit bohemian. A wonderful combination of colors for whatever mood you're in. 

Materials used:

Bracelet 1
Waxed cord 1mm light green
Cube bead gemstone look
Stainless steel spacer beads 4mm
Headpin
Jewelry glue

Bracelet 2
Clear elastic
Star beads green
Freshwater pearls 3mm
Miyuki seed beads (opaque luster khaki)
Seed beads 4mm (yellow green shine)

Bracelet 3
Chunky chain 10x5.5mm or 14x6mm
Connector jasper
Stainless steel lobster clasp

Bracelet 4
Clear elastic
Seed beads 4mm (olive green and yellow rainbow shine)
Shell bead Oval brown

Bracelet 5:
Satin cord white and camel
Cord end stainless steel 6x6mm
Charm starfish green
Stainless steel lobster clasp
Jumpring 4mm
Splitring 5mm
Stainless steel extension chain

How to make bracelet 5?
- This bracelet is simple braiding, so cut 3 reasonably long pieces of satin cord (in this case I mixed white and camel) and make a knot in all three. clamp it or tape it to the table and braid them longer than you actually need for your wrist. Cut them off and after you put some glue in the ribbon end, place the cords in and squeeze the ribbon end shut. 
Now that you have glued one side shut you can measure the bracelet around your wrist (take approx 2,5cm for the clasp and you are also using a extending chain so you have slack) and at the right length hold it as tight as possible so your braid doesn't come loose, cut it off at the top of where you are holding it and glue this into a ribbon end in the same way. 
- Attach the lobster clasp and extension chain with the split rings to the ribbon ends.
- Attach the charm to one of the satin cords With the 4mm jumpring in the middle of your bracelet. 

In this video you can see how to make an elastic bracelet

 

In this video you can see how to make a macrame bracelet with adjustable knot

Feel free to share your jewelry projects with #beadsandbasics on instagram, we love to see what you guys are making :)

Set of Green and Beige Bracelets DIY

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Set of Green and Beige Bracelets DIY

This fun set of bracelets has a little bit of everything. Bit chic, bit summery, bit bohemian. A wonderful combination of colors for whatever mood you're in. 

Materials used:

Bracelet 1
Waxed cord 1mm light green
Cube bead gemstone look
Stainless steel spacer beads 4mm
Headpin
Jewelry glue

Bracelet 2
Clear elastic
Star beads green
Freshwater pearls 3mm
Miyuki seed beads (opaque luster khaki)
Seed beads 4mm (yellow green shine)

Bracelet 3
Chunky chain 10x5.5mm or 14x6mm
Connector jasper
Stainless steel lobster clasp

Bracelet 4
Clear elastic
Seed beads 4mm (olive green and yellow rainbow shine)
Shell bead Oval brown

Bracelet 5:
Satin cord white and camel
Cord end stainless steel 6x6mm
Charm starfish green
Stainless steel lobster clasp
Jumpring 4mm
Splitring 5mm
Stainless steel extension chain

How to make bracelet 5?
- This bracelet is simple braiding, so cut 3 reasonably long pieces of satin cord (in this case I mixed white and camel) and make a knot in all three. clamp it or tape it to the table and braid them longer than you actually need for your wrist. Cut them off and after you put some glue in the ribbon end, place the cords in and squeeze the ribbon end shut. 
Now that you have glued one side shut you can measure the bracelet around your wrist (take approx 2,5cm for the clasp and you are also using a extending chain so you have slack) and at the right length hold it as tight as possible so your braid doesn't come loose, cut it off at the top of where you are holding it and glue this into a ribbon end in the same way. 
- Attach the lobster clasp and extension chain with the split rings to the ribbon ends.
- Attach the charm to one of the satin cords With the 4mm jumpring in the middle of your bracelet. 

In this video you can see how to make an elastic bracelet

 

In this video you can see how to make a macrame bracelet with adjustable knot

Feel free to share your jewelry projects with #beadsandbasics on instagram, we love to see what you guys are making :)