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Angel Light Bracelet

Angel Light Bracelet

Angel Light Bracelet

Thank you for viewing our archived gallery design. This design is in the gallery archive because we no longer stock some of the main items used to make this design and we don’t currently have suitable alternatives. However we didn’t want to remove the design completely as we thought it might inspire you. If you’d like to buy all the items needed to create a project please visit our main design gallery and browse our current designs.

Step 1

How to make the cupchain section

Place a Swarovski Elements Chaton into the first cup of the bracelet setting. When in place, use pliers to close the teeth on the setting. Repeat until you have added a crystal chaton to each setting cup.

Please note: glue is not necessary, but you could add a dab behind the crystal for an extra secure finish.


Step 2

Remove the clasp and extender chain from either end and attach your crystal cupchain bracelet to one of the loops on your spacer bar.

Step 3

How to make the other strands

Attach a 25cm piece of wire to 3 of the other loops using a crimp bead. Alternatively create 3 loops using crimp beads and attach using a 4.5mm jumping.

Step 4

Thread on your pearl beads, crystals and cubes to each wire to match the length of the crystal set section you have already added. Crimp at the other end to secure and attach a jumpring if necessary.

Step 5

How to make the final strands

Glue the light silk and rose gold rivolis into the charm setting connectors and leave to dry. Thread 2 faceted round crystal beads on to an eyepin and use to connect between 2 charm setting connectors.

Step 6

Use eyepins with faceted round crystals on to join the other charm setting connectors, and to connect on to the remaining loops of the spacer bar. Attach the toggle clasp using jumprings.

Step 7

Attach the toggle clasp t both ends using 6.5mm jumpring.

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