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Fluorite Bliss Bracelets

Fluorite Bliss Bracelets

Fluorite Bliss Bracelets

Products used in the project

Item QTY Price

Rose Gold Plated Iron Jumpring 6mm 0.8mm Thick Pk100

F0566

1 Out of stock

Satin Cord 0.7mm Purple 5m

TC0021

1 £1.63

Rose Gold Plated Brass Headpins 50mm Pk100

F0560

1 £2.69

Rose Gold Plated Brass Acorn Charm 9mm Pk1

CR492

1 Out of stock

Rose Gold Plated Brass Bee/Wasp Charm 10x14mm Pk1

CR453

1 Out of stock

Rose Gold Plated Brass Wire Bangle/Bracelet Ba...

CH247

1 £3.97

Rose Gold Plated Zamak Flat Round Crystal Char...

CR725

1 £1.97

Fluorite Semi Precious Round Beads 6mm 15" Strand

EX332 - Alternative Product

1 £8.99

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Step 1

Take 6 of your fluorite beads and thread them each onto individual headpins. Trim and loop above each bead. 
Attach these onto your bangle base using jumprings. 
Attach your acorn, disk and bee charm to the bangle in the same way. 

Step 2

Thread 4 fluorite beads onto a headpin. 
Cut off the nail end of the pin and loop each end.
Attach a jumpring to either side of this pin.
Take your two rose gold bangle halves, and connect them together using the jumprings on the beaded pin. 

Step 3

Cut a length of cord measuring approx. 10".
Thread this through the two remaining loops on the rose gold bangle sides. 
Cross the cords back towards each other. 

Step 4

Take the 2 ends of the cords, lay them side by side with the other part of cord stretching between the loops.  
Do a macramé braid (approx. 6 or 7 square knots) for your sliding knot.
(CLICK HERE to learn how to make macrame knots)
Secure the ends of your working cord with a drop of glue, being careful not to glue the sliding knot to the centre cords running through it (otherwise it will not be able to slide and adjust). Try gently pulling the centre cords through the sliding knot while the glue dries.
Trim the ends so the sliding knot is neat.

Step 5

Take your two tails of cord and thread a fluorite bead onto each. 
Knot below the beads. 

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