Pearl and Flower Bracelet

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Intermediate 1 to 2 hours BRACELETS

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Creativity Magazine - Issue 45 - April 2014

This is our first ever April Issue and here at Creativity HQ it's been so exciting finding projects to reflect this time of year. Our blooming lovely paper flowers cover project captures the season perfectly along with the cutest Easter bunny cupcakes that look too good to eat. With a fabulous competition and 100 giveaways worth over £1000 for you to enter plus 3 great gifts, make sure you pick up your copy today.

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Step by Step

1

Cut a length of wire 24” long and thread on a Lobster Clasp. Fold in half and thread both strands onto a Crimp bead. Pull the Crimp to the end to form a loop and seal with Flat Nosed Pliers.

2

On each strand thread 6 Seed Beads – bring the strands together and thread both onto 3 Pearls and 3 Copper Beads. Repeat once.

3

Thread on 1 Button Freshwater Pearl, 1 Flower and repeat 3 times. Thread on 1 Pearl.

4

Thread on 3 Copper Beads and 3 Pearls and repeat. Separate the strands and thread 6 seed Beads on each strand.

5

Add a Crimp Bead to both strands. Add on a Jump Ring – Form a loop and thread back through the Crimp and Seal. Cut off the excess wire leaving a small amount to thread back through the beads for neatness.

HI - I've been a DoCrafts Designer since 2004 - and love every minute of the job from making all the cards etc to meeting all the people at the demonstrations throughout the south west. I love all aspects of Art and Craft including making my own Cards, Scrapbooking, Stained Glass, Painting, making my own Silk papers from real silk fibres, Driftwood Sculpture - the list goes on and on.