DIY M seal Beaded Bracelets


Beaded stretch bracelets are a super easy DIY jewelry projects that requires few supplies And can be literally made in minutes ! I am a huge fan of Arm Candy! I love mixing and matching my vintage/thrift pieces … In this post I’ll show you two things:

How to make Mseal beads
How to make beaded bracelets out of those beads

DIY M seal Beaded Bracelets

What you need

Supplies for bracelets:

Elastic Stretch String Thread
Mseal Beads
Pearl Beads
Scissors
Super glue


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Instructions

Hello DIYer

Beaded stretch bracelets are a super easy DIY jewelry projects that requires few supplies And can be literally made in minutes ! I am a huge fan of Arm Candy! I love mixing and matching my vintage/thrift pieces … In this post I’ll show you two things:

  • How to make Mseal beads
  • How to make beaded bracelets out of those beads

Lets start with making beads, for this you’ll need M-seal for art & craft  (Resin and hardener)

 

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1) Cut equal parts of resin and hardener from the M-seal and knead it together until soft then roll into a ball.

2) Roll  ball into snake/tube :)

3) Cut even pieces of your snake/tube .Here I have randomly  cut, you can used a bottle cap as a size guide.

4)  Roll into even balls.( Here I have made little bit of flatten beads)

5) Use a toothpick or sewing machine needle and make a hole big enough for your Elastic Stretch String Thread to fit through.

6) Let it dry for around  1-2 hours. Finally colore them…

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Once your beads are ready you can start doing bracelets…

Supplies for bracelets:

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Steps Taken:

 

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1)First, cut a piece of elastic cord the size of your wrist, plus four inches.  And arrange your beads for easy access…… ( Then tape down one end of the elastic cord so beads can’t escape.)

2) String on your beads until it’s the correct length.  Then tie a knot to close it.  I triple-knotted mine and add a dab of super glue to the knot. Slip a bead over your knot to hide it.

3) Cut off the excess cord. TADA!

 

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And there you have it! I made seven bracelets altogether. These turned out great! I hope you will have as much fun as I did making them!

 


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