Beebeecraft Tutorials on Making Gemstone Beads Bangle

Introduction: Beebeecraft Tutorials on Making Gemstone Beads Bangle

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Are you a fan of vintage style jewelry? Then you may be interested in today’s Beebeecraft tutorial on Tibetan style aquamarine gemstone beads bangle with seed beads.

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Step 1: Materials and Tools Needed:

2mm Blue Seed Beads

65mm Platinum Memory Wire

10mm Aquamarine Gemstone Beads

26x9mm Silver Jewelry Bead Spacers

14x8mm Silver Lobster Claw Clasp

Steel DIY Jewelry Pliers Set

Step 2: Step 1: Make the Body of the Bangle

1: use the memory wire and make as long as your wrist, and make a loop.

2: thread the seed beads, gemstone beads and spacer beads. Here we make every gemstone bead close to the spacer beads. There are three seed beads in between. When you finish it, don’t forget to make a loop.

3: use the second memory wire and thread beads. Make a loop at the end.

4: repeat the steps as you did before.

Step 3: Step 2: Fix the Jewelry Findings and Finish the Bangle

5: attach 1 jump ring to each loop. You need 3 jump rings in total.

6: Fix another 2 jump rings to make the rings together.

7: Link the lobster claw clasp with a new jump ring. Then you finish the other side of the bangle.

Step 4: Finish the Bracelet

From here our blue gemstone bangle is finished! Do you think it easy? We don’t thread gemstone beads on the middle strand. You can also make some changes to create your unique bangle. Welcome to find more jewelry making supplies and share your own design with us!

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