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Coral Crush Bracelet

Crafting Time:
  • 1-2 Hours
Skill Level:
  • Advanced
Project Courtesy of: Halcraft
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SUPPLIES & TOOLS:

  • Bliss Beads®:
    18 silver rounds 3mm
    31 red coral rounds 5mm
    23 red coral rounds 8mm
    6-1/2' red coral chips
    1 silver bumpy toggle clasp
  • Blue Moon® metal bead cones (2)
  • 2 Beadalon® crimp tubes #4
  • 2 silver 8mm jump rings
  • 30' Soft Flex® red beading wire
  • 2 chain-nose pliers
  • Crimping pliers
  • Wire cutters
  • Bead stoppers (2)

DIRECTIONS:

1. Cut a 10' piece of flexible beading wire. Place a bead stopper at the end of the wire. String 3 silver 3mm rounds, 23 red coral 8mm rounds, and 3 silver 3mm rounds. Place a bead stopper at the other end of the beading wire.
2. Cut another 10' piece of flexible beading wire. Place one end of the wire within one of the bead stoppers from the previous step. String 3 silver 3mm rounds, 6-1/2' red coral chips, and 3 silver 3mm rounds. Place the end of this strand in the second bead stopper.
3. Cut another 10' piece of flexible beading wire. Place one end of the wire within one of the bead stoppers from the previous step. String 3 silver 3mm rounds, 32 red coral 5mm rounds, and 3 silver 3mm rounds. Place the end of this strand in the second bead stopper.
4. Remove the bead stopper from one end of the strands. Holding all three strands as one, string 1 large crimp tube and a bead cone. Pass the wires through one jump ring and back through the crimp tube. Crimp or flatten the tube and trim excess wire. Repeat on opposite side of the bracelet, leaving plenty of slack so that the bracelet will curve around a wrist and also so that you can get to the crimp to crimp it.
5. Open one jump ring and attach the bar of the toggle clasp. Open the other jump ring and attach the ring of the toggle clasp.

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