Treasure Box Button Clasp Bracelet



  • Treasure Box Button Clasp Bracelet - DIY Jewelry Making Tutorial by PotomacBeads
Did you discover your Buried Treasure Box? Watch as Allie shows what she made with her new Potomacbeads Best Bead Box - Treasure Edition. Create a simple Eva bead bracelet featuring a vintage button clasp. Technique learned: Basic Beading

Materials Used To make The  Project

Designer's Material List

The designer's suggested colors & materials:
  • Eva Bead Mix, ~ 15 Beads
  • Vintage Czech Button, 1 Piece
  • Czech Round 2mm Bead, ~ 24 Beads
  • Potomac Crystal Bicones 4mm, ~ 34 Beads
  • Crimp Tube Beads 2x2mm - Premium 24kt Rose Gold Plated, 1 Piece
  • Miyuki Seed Beads - Metallic Light Bronze 11/0, ~ 1 Gram
  • Step-By-Step Instructions

    Learn how to use the contents of your new PotomacBeads Best Bead Box - Treasure Edition to create a simple 2 hole bracelet featuring a button clasp. The simple design of the Button Clasp Bracelet can be recreated with many 2 hole beads to change up the look. 1. Cut 16" of your beading cable and double it over. Add your 2mm Czech round beads onto the wire cable and let them drop to the middle. 2. Fold the Potomax beading cable in half with the beads creating a loop and watch the Treasure Box Button Clasp Bracelet tutorial to see how to add on the two holed Eva beads and 4mm Potomac crystal bicones. 3. Grab a 2mm crimp bead from your stash and put both pieces of beading wire through it. Add a vintage Czech button and loop the wire back through the crimp tube to secure. The Treasure Box Button Clasp Bracelet can look beautiful using a collection of different beads with one or two holes. Use this PotomacBeads tutorial to help you learn the basic technique of working with a button and beading cable wire to create the look.

    Related Projects