Additional Materials:17 mm Antique Gold Toggle Clasp, 1.8 mm Beadalon Gold-Plated Crimp Tube, Beadalon Gold-Plated Wire Guardian, 4 mm Beadalon Gold-Plated Crimp Cover, 19 Strand Beadalon Gold Bead Stringing Wire, 1.5 mm Antique Gold-Plated Flat Rondelle, 7 mm Gold-Plated Jump Rings, Assorted Nicole Pearls, Crystals & Gemstone Strands, Wire Cutter, Needle Nose Plier, Flat Nose Plier, Crimp Tool
About this Project
A splashing accessory in a blend of colors and textures, this three-strand bracelet adds instant interest to any outfit.
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1To attach wire to clasps, use a piece of beading wire and slide on a crimp tube 1" down. Insert same wire end into the bottom of the wire guardian and follow around the arched shape. Insert this wire through the second guardian hole. Slide guardian onto a clasp or a jump ring. Slide the wire through the crimp tube for the second time. Slide the crimp tube up to the bottom of the wire guardian and crimp tightly using the crimping tool. After crimped and folded, place the crimp cover over top and pinch to close using the needle nose pliers. Repeat for the other two strands of beading wire. Connect the jump ring to the clasp with all three wires on it.
2Proceed to slide on any of the beads and findings to create your own unique bracelet. Be sure to measure the length you need for your bracelet. These bead sections measure 7".
3After filling all three strands, use the same instructions above to connect strands to the clasp.