Bracelet Pack

Bracelet Pack

Stack them up for a beach chic vibe or if you want to be super organised make one for each of your friends for their birthdays in the year ahead!

These bracelets are super easy to make with our great range of coloured cords and a mixture of stone and metal beads.

They are also great for personalising with your own twist - we have chosen to use turquoise, black agate and drusy but you can customise it to suit your style.

This kit contains all the supplies you need to create all four bracelets shown in the image.

Step By Step Instructions

The Threaded Bead Bracelet

Cut one piece of cotton cord to around 18cm - or to your desired length (remember that the end caps and clasp will add a little extra length).

Thread the beads of your choice on to your cord.

Glue the cord into the end caps, use a cocktail stick to help push the cord into the end caps, leave to dry.

Using a pair of snipe nose pliers attach a jump ring to both of the end caps. Before closing your second jump ring attach the silver carabiner clasp. That’s it - your bracelet is complete.

Set Gemstone Bracelets

Set your stone into your chosen setting and put to one side, this will allow the glue to dry (if using a glue in setting).

Cut your cotton cord into two (approx) 7cm lengths - or the length you desire your bracelet to be (don't forget to incorporate the length of both the end caps, clasp and stone setting when measuring).

Glue the cord into the end caps on all four ends, use a cocktail stick to help push the cord into the end caps, leave to dry.

Using a pair of snipe nose pliers attach a jump ring to two of the end caps. Before closing your second jump ring attach the silver carabiner clasp.

Continuing with your snipe nose pliers add a jump ring to one of the free end caps and before you close the jump ring attach the connector. Repeat for the other side. Make sure you have the stone facing up. This completes the full loop of the bracelet.

The Gemstone Disc Bracelet

Cut your cotton cord into two approx 7cm lengths - or the length you desire your bracelet to be - don't forget to incorporate the length of all the end caps, clasp and stone setting when measuring.

Glue the cord into all four of the end caps, use a cocktail stick to help push the cord into the end caps, leave to dry. Using a pair of snipe nose pliers attach a jump ring to two of the end caps. Before closing your second jump ring attach the silver carabiner clasp.

Now to make the large agate bead into a connector, take your silver wire and thread it through one of the end caps and form a loop to close it onto the end cap using your round nose pliers. Thread your wire through the large agate bead then the end cap and form into another loop, trim wire as required. This completes the full loop of the bracelet.

Repeat these steps for each bracelet you want to make, once you have made one of each you will be on a roll and won't want to stop!

Suggested Tools For This Project 

Round nose pliers

Flat nose pliers 

Snips

Scissors 

Magical crimping pliers

Customise Your Kit

Make the design your own by using your favourite jewellery supplies.

Shop cabochons

Shop beads

Shop cord

Shop all jewellery settings

Helpful Pages

How to use Devcon Epoxy Glue for jewellery making

How to open and close a jump ring

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Total price for all items: £82.61

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