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Pink and Red Bracelet
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Pink and Red Bracelet

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

  • Ruby Red Crackle natural beads
  • Oval beads strand Hot Pink Rhinestone sliders
  • Fire Pol. 6mm Crystal Dk. Blue/Purple 7" Str.
  • 18mm metal toggle silver rope
  • 18mm lobster clasp bright silver
  • 7mm jump ring bright silver 36 pc
  • 61mm steel chain silver plated 6 ft
  • 81mm steel chain silver plated 6 ft
  • 81mm twist wire chain silver plated 6 ft
  • 8x5mm round corrugated bd. bright silver 16 pc
  • 28 pc spacer beads Heishi, silver 15x5mm
  • 288 pc bv 4mm jump ring bright silver
  • 7 strand silver beading wire nylon coated
  • 2mm silver crimp tube
  • Wire cutter
  • Round nose pliers
  • Flat nose pliers
  • Crimp tool

DIRECTIONS:

Bracelet:
1. Cut 2 pieces of beading wire 10" long each.
2. Take one wire and slide a crimp bead onto one end and then one side of the toggle clasp. Take the end of the wire and feed it back through the crimp bead creating a loop with the wire. Slide the crimp bead tight to the toggle and crimp in place. Repeat for other piece of wire onto the same toggle end so that 2 pieces of wire are attached to the same toggle piece.
3. Begin stringing the beads onto both strands in the same pattern, following the photo for the order of the beads. String the 2-hole pink rhinestone sliders beads onto both wires at the same time. Continue until all beads are strung on the wires.
4. Slide a crimp bead onto one strand after the last pink fire polished bead and feed the wire through the remaining toggle piece and then back into the crimp bead again, creating a loop as in step 2. Repeat for the other wire so that both strands are connected to the same toggle end. Hold the toggle piece with one hand and pull the loose wire end with flat nose pliers to close any gaps in the wire. Repeat for the other wire strand.
5. Try on the bracelet to make sure it is the correct length and make any adjustments if necessary before crimping closed.
6. Once it is the correct size and all wires have been pulled tight, crimp the crimp beads and trim off any excess wire.

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