Aquarius Constellation Bracelet Tutorial



  • Aquarius Constellation Bracelet - DIY Jewelry Making Tutorial by PotomacBeads
As we continue through the zodiac calendar, it's time to recognize all of the amazing Aquarius beaders (and non-beaders) out there! Join Melissa and Jade as they have some creative fun using unconventional techniques to create a beautiful Aquarius Constellation Bracelet. Project Length: Adjustable

Materials Used To make The  Project

Designer's Material List

The designer's suggested colors & materials:
  • Pendant Cabochon Setting 25mm -2- Loop Brass, 1 Piece
  • Greek Leather Cording 1.5mm - Brown, ~12 Inches
  • Potomac Crystal Bicones 4mm - Amethyst AB
  • Miyuki Seed Beads 15/0 - Galvanized Silver
  • Miyuki Seed Beads 15/0 - Magenta Lined Amethyst
  • Super New Glue
  • Permalac Clear Protective Coating
  • Step-By-Step Instructions

    Have fun with some new techniques in this PotomacBeads Tutorial and learn some Aquarius trivia facts along the way. The Aquarius Constellation Bracelet gives off a beaded embroidery look, with a sparkling starry border. The adjustable band makes this bracelet a fit for all sizes.
    1. String 15 bicones onto the thread. Put a ring of glue around the inside of the cabochon setting. Place the bicones onto the glue. Set aside to dry. Pull the thread out from the beads once dry.
    2. Use a marker to map out the constellation on the inside of the setting. Watch the Aquarius Constellation Bracelet tutorial to see how to build the constellation with the seed beads with glue.
    3. Thread the Greek leather cording through the cabochon setting. Knot the cording on the sides of the setting. Tie a sliding knot to make an adjustable band. Use some permalac to coat the beads if you'd like.
    If you're looking for a piece of jewelry that's unique and has a special meaning, look no further than the Aquarius Constellation bracelet. It's the perfect gift for anyone who is an Aquarius or has an interest in astrology.
    Project Length: Adjustable

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