Today I want to share this simple "eternity" inspired bracelet.
It is so, so easy to make and your imagination can go wild with this little project....
Many years ago I had 3 elastic turquoise bracelets which eventually broke and I have had the beads saved for ages. A while back I made a mixed red and turquoise necklace that I ended up taking apart as I didn't like it so much.
But I did (and still do) like this colour combination - it goes really well with denium and white.
Okay, so all you need are beads, crimps, a clasp or toggle and nylon line.
Thread 2 lines of beads...
Bend one line in half and secure the ends - I used a crimp then threaded over it to disguise the end. Secure to your clasp during this step.
Do the same with the second line remember to loop it through the first line of beads - as in the pic below
Here is what it looks like on...
Super easy, right?
Take care, till next time...
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Love it Natalie, it's gorgeous - as with all the jewellry you make !ReplyDelete
Thank you so much Fiona - you always leave me such lovely comments xxxx NatDelete
HI Monica - thank you for the follow xx NatReplyDelete
Nice work! You are great with making jewelry. Thanks so much for linking up!ReplyDelete
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Thank you so much Christina xx NatDelete
Great idea - I pinned it to my jewelery board.ReplyDelete
Oh thank you so much June xx NatDelete
beautiful! love your choice of color combo and love the eternity look! thank you for sharing at Uncommon! Bonnie;)ReplyDelete
Thank you so much Bonnie xx NatDelete
What a lovely bracelet, simple, but really effectiveReplyDelete
What a lovely bracelet. Simple, but really effective.ReplyDelete
Thanks Wendy - looks great with denium xx NatDelete
Love these two colors together! And I love jewelry making! Thanks for sharingReplyDelete
Thanks so much Jaime xx NatDelete