Bracelet – Beaded Birthstone Chain

The most basic yet essential bracelet chain for Mother's Day is assembling separate beads to the chain. Choose the chain with a wide link.

Bracelet – Beaded Birthstone Chain

What you need

Decorative Pearl Bead
Birthstone Bead
Tiger Tail Wire
Wide Chain
Strap of Stain Ribbon



Instructions

Step1: attach the beads to the chain

1. Cut three strands of certain long tiger tail wire;

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2. Then prepare three equal segments of your chain. Measure the length accord to the individual wrist circumference;

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3. Leaving the first link empty and affix one wire end to the next link. Then, add on one bead and wrap the wire tail once or twice around the link for secure. Repeat the process all the way until finished one complete beaded chain strand;

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4. In order to connect three chains together, each time when done one chain, do not cut the wire. Just feed it to the second link on other chain and do same processes to attach on the beads. At the same time, tie up the two chains however you like;

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5. Adorn the third beaded chain then.

Step2: make a closure

1. Cut 10cm or more length of stain ribbon. Weave it through the three remaining empty links at one end of the bracelet;

2. String the empty links at the other end;

3. Tie the ribbon into a bow and this is rightly your birthstone bracelet for mom!

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So far, the birthstone bracelet for mom is completed!

Submitted by Pandahall


Comments

  1. I like the concept but the instructions are not very clear.

  2. What is the brown material behind the chain and how do you attach that?

  3. really nice and personal!

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