Super Mini Garden Bracelet Tutorial



  • Super Mini Garden Bracelet - DIY Jewelry Making Tutorial by PotomacBeads
Learn how to create a beautiful and delicate Super Mini Garden Bracelet with this DIY jewelry-making tutorial by PotomacBeads. Using Super Duos, Round Duo Minis, 4mm crystals, and seed beads, you'll master the techniques of threading and beading to craft your unique bracelet. Perfect for beading enthusiasts and jewelry makers looking for a new project.

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Materials Used To make The  Project

Designer's Material List

The designer's suggested colors & materials:
  • RounDuo Mini Beads - White Lila Luster 4mm, 18 Beads
  • SuperDuo Beads - Halo Persian Pink 2.5x5mm, 18 Beads
  • Potomac Crystal Bicone Beads - Light Amethyst 4mm, 46 Beads
  • Miyuki Seed Beads - Silver Lined Gold 11/0, ~ 2 Grams
  • Miyuki Seed Beads - Matte Metallic Patina Iris 11/0, ~ 1 Gram
  • Miyuki Seed Beads - Olive Gold Luster 8/0, ~ 1 Gram
  • Claspgarten Melon Box Push Clasp | 10mm | 1-Strand | Real 23k Gold Plated, 1 Piece
  • Athenacast Wire Guard Protectors 14K Real 14k Premium 24k Gold Plated-Filled, 2 Pieces
  • Quick Project Steps

    Attach Wire Guard and Clasp Thread the needle with Crystal Dragon Thread. Attach a wire guard and the tongue section of the clasp. Pinch the wire guard ends closer together. Tie a knot to secure the thread. Create First Unit String two 11/0 seed beads, a 4mm crystal, one 11/0 seed bead, a Super Duo, another 11/0 seed bead, and another 4mm crystal. Sew back through the 4mm crystal and Super Duo. Form Interior Loop Step down to the inner hole of the Super Duo. String an 11/0 seed bead, a Round Duo Mini, another 11/0 seed bead, and sew through the Super Duo. Connect Beads Step up to the outer hole of the Round Duo Mini. Add an 11/0 seed bead, sew through the crystal, and repeat the pattern. Repeat Pattern Continue adding units following the same steps until the desired length is reached. Finish Bracelet Attach the second half of the clasp with wire guards. Weave the thread through the beads and secure with knots. Use a thread burner to finish off the thread ends.

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