Pearly Whites Bracelet Tutorial



  • Pearly Whites Bracelet - DIY Jewelry Making Tutorial by PotomacBeads
Show off your pearly whites - that is your Pearly Whites Bracelet, of course, that can be strung together with practically any materials! In yet another one of Allie's basic beading tutorials, she uses a multi-strand clasp along with simple stringing techniques to create a multilayer design. Have fun making the Pearly Whites Bracelet or any color you want in this multistrand tube clasp project!

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Materials Used To make The  Project

Quick Project Steps

Prepare Your Materials: Gather all beads, the tube clasp, and crimp tubes as listed.
Strand Preparation: Begin with the focal strand (middle), using 8mm Czech pearls, and design your pattern. Use smaller beads towards the ends to prevent clustering at the clasp.
Stringing Beads: Follow your pattern, alternating between Czech pearls, crystal rondelles, and Miyuki seed beads. Ensure the focal strand is pearl-heavy.
Attaching to Clasp: Start with the middle strand for crimping to the tube clasp, ensuring an even length across all strands. Repeat the process for the remaining strands.
Adjusting Lengths: Ensure all strands are of equal length for a balanced finish. Adjust by adding or removing beads as necessary.
Final Crimping: Secure all strands to both ends of the clasp with crimp tubes. Ensure no extra wire is showing for a neat finish.
Customization: Feel encouraged to vary the beads and colors to make the bracelet uniquely yours.

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