Beebeecraft Tutorials on How to Make Gypsophila Pearl Bracelet

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Introduction: Beebeecraft Tutorials on How to Make Gypsophila Pearl Bracelet

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Do you want to own your special bracelet which is suitable for your wrist length? Make your jewelry meaningful and prepare these materials. It’s easy to finish by following this tutorial, let’s start.

Step 1: Materials and Tools Needed for the Gypsophila Pearl Bracelet

4mm Creamy White Glass Pearl Beads

0.2mm Clear Fishing Thread

5x4x1mm Mixed Color Wire Protector

2mm in diameter, 1.2mm long Golden Brass Crimp Beads

5x0.7mm Golden Iron Jump Rings

10x6mm Golden Lobster Claw Clasps

Step 2: Instructions on How to Make the Gypsophila Pearl Bracelet

1st Pass the two fishing lines through the U-shaped clip and put the open ring on the U-shaped clip.

2nd Use flat nose pliers to tighten the U-shaped clip and open ring.

3rd Put the four pearls on the four-strand fish line separately.

4th After wearing the pearl, fix it with a ring in a suitable position.

Step 3: Another Instructions on How to Make the Gypsophila Pearl Bracelet

5th Follow the same steps as before to wear the remaining pearls.

6th Put a U-shaped clip on the end of the fishing line and put an open ring on the U-shaped clip.

7th Use scissors to cut off the excess fishing line.

8th Use lobster clasp to connect the two ends of the finished gypsophila bracelet.

Step 4: the Final Look Is Like This

So far the tutorial of making gypsophila pearl bracelet is completed! Do you also think you can finish it alone? It is not difficult, you can adjust its length according to your wrist! Share me your some nicer ideas then. Welcome to find more jewelry making supplies on Beebeecraft!

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