DIY Project on Making a Blue Crystal Bead Bracelet




Introduction: DIY Project on Making a Blue Crystal Bead Bracelet

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Do you want to learn how to make a romantic glass bead charm bracelet shown in the below picture? Let’s follow this tutorial to make this bracelet together.

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Step 1: What Do We Need to Make This Diy Crystal Bracelet:

9x9x9MM Faceted Cube Electroplate Glass Beads

12x8MM AB-Color Plated Drop Glass Beads

10x7MM Blue Faceted Electroplate Glass Beads

Silver Bead CapsPlatinum Lobster Claw Clasp

Silver Jump Rings

Silver Eyepins

Silver Headpins

0.5MM Silver Copper Jewelry Wire

Flat Nose Plier

Round Nose Plier

Diagonal Plier

Step 2: Make Some Small Pendants With the Beads

1st, slide a silver bead cap, a piece of 10*7mm blue faceted electroplate glass bead, another silver bead cap onto an eyepin;

2nd, bend the eyepin to make a small loop, then cut off extra parts;

3rd, slide a 9x9x9mm faceted cube electroplate glass bead and a silver bead cap onto a headpin, then make a small loop on the headpin like the picture shows.

Step 3: Make More Small Pendants With the Beads

1st, cross a piece of 0.5mm silver copper wire through the hole of a 12x8mm AB-color plated drop glass bead. Twist the two ends of the wires together then make a small loop. Wrap the wires around the head part of the bead;

2nd, use the plier to link all the blue faceted glass beads together to make a blue beaded chain.

Step 4: Finish the Blue Crystal Bead Bracelet

1st, alternatively connect a drop glass bead pendant or a cube glass bead pendant with the blue beaded chain;

2nd, attach a small jump ring to one end of the bracelet, then link a silver lobster claw clasp with it. Attach a larger jump ring to another end of the bracelet.

Step 5: Let’s See the Final Look of the Dangle Bracelet.

This glass bead charm bracelet is so adorable that I can’t wait to see you wearing it. I hope you guys love it too. If you are still hesitant to start making it, just give it a try and you won’t regret. Hope you like my tutorial and enjoy crafting this bracelet.

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    3 Discussions


    3 years ago

    so pretty.


    Reply 3 years ago

    Thanks so much! Try one:)


    Reply 3 years ago

    I have all the stuff but I will probably use a magnetic clasp.