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Beads and SW crystals bracelet step by step tutorial

4 simple steps to create a nice bead bracelet!

20/01/2016
Beads and SW crystals bracelet step by step tutorial

This is a very easy to make bracelet, that can be made with any beads or crystals you like.

Start by arranging the materials that are needed to make this bracelet.

 

 

Step 1: Sliding the beads
These beads have a matte texture, so I am using the loops of this nickel plated chain for adding a bit of metallic sparkle in the bracelet.
Use the plier tool to open and close a few loops.

 

Slide the beads, metal loops and the 39ss stone settings with holes in them on the silicon thread.

 

 

Step 3: Closing the bracelet
When there are enough beads, insert both ends of the silicon thread on the other side of the stone setting. Make a note and press the crimp bead so it will not open.

 

 

Step 3: Embeding the crystals
Place the Swarovski crystal in the stone setting and use the prong pusher to bend the metal prongs on the crystal, so it does not move.
Great work, the bracelet is done!

 

 

Have fun creating!
GITA team.

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Antique Silver(NF)
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$22.9
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39ss Light Amethyst Swarovski 1028 Price for 1 pack 5000339
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5.7mm Rolo chain Price for 1 pack 5000884
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3mm Crimp Beads - 50pcs pack Price for 1 pack 5008791
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$4.5
Pliers Tool for jewelry making Price for 1 unit 5006541
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