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Safety pin bracelets have been around for many years. They are easy to make and you have to look closely to see the safety pins. Make sure that ...
1" Safety pins, 26 total Small seed beads elastic cord 1/4" wide beads 12" of 1/2" wide ribbon scissors Place beads in a saucer or bowl while you are ...
Put 6 seed beads on each safety pin.
Measure around your wrist. Multiply that by 4. Cut a little more than you think you'll need.
Thread the elastic cord through holes in safety pin as shown. Place safety pin in the center of cord.
Put a 1/4" bead on each of the ends of the elastic cord. You will need to trim the end of the cord just a little bit several times ...
When you have 26 safety pins, add another bead on each end of cord. Make sure that all the seed beads are on the same side of the ...
pull elastic cord gently with out letting the beads and safety pins falling off the other end.cut elastic so you can tie it to the other end.
Tie one end of elastic cord to the opposite end of the same cord. Tie the other elastic cord to the opposite end of it. Turn the bracelet ...
Cut a 12" length of 1/2" wide ribbon. Wrap the ribbon around the exposed elastic knot and tie the ribbon in a pretty bow.
Here is another version, you can see how I placed 2 beads on one side and one bead on the other. Then alternated the number of beads after ...
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