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Heavy Metal Twisting Bracelet

Heavy Metal Twisting Bracelet

Heavy Metal Twisting Bracelet

Products used in the project

Item QTY Price

Rose Gold Plated Zamak 5 Strand Fancy Clasp 39...

F0083

2 £3.84

Bronze Hematite Cube Beads 4x4mm 16" Strand

EX3962

1 Out of stock

Miyuki Cube Beads 4mm Metallic Gold 10g

SB1053

1 £2.39 Now: £1.67

Miyuki Cube Beads 4mm Metallic Dark Gold 10g

MS457

1 £4.79 Now: £3.35

Miyuki Cube Beads 4mm Metallic Hematite 10g

MS451

1 £1.99 Now: £1.39

Gold Plated Toggle Clasp Leaf Design 16x22mm Pk1

F0139

1 £1.63

Beadalon 7 Strand Flexible Beading Wire 'Brigh...

W73

1 £2.50

Some of the products required to make this item are either out of stock or no longer available.

Total Cost = £18.22
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Step 1

The finished bracelet is approx. 8" long when it is finished, you may want to include less beads for a snugger bracelet for smaller wrists. 

Step 2

Cut 5 lengths of approx. 6.5" of wire. 

Step 3

Attach one end of each to the loops on the rose gold fancy bar clasp using crimp beads. 

Step 4

Thread on approx. 40 of the Miyuki square 4mm beads in gold onto one wire. 
Thread the same amount of the Miyuki square 4mm metallic dark gold onto another wire. 
Thread the same amount of the Miyuki square 4mm metallic hematite onto a third wire. 

Step 5

Thread on approx. 35-37 of the bronze and silver metatite cube beads onto the last two strands. 
You may want to add these slightly larger cubes to the 2nd and 4th wires on the fancy bar clasp to evenly spread out the sizes. 

Step 6

Finish each strand by securing it to the second fancy bar clasps loops, using crimp beads. Trim off any excess wire. 
Make sure the beads on the wires aren't too close together, so the bracelet has movement. 

Step 7

Lay your bracelet with the patterned side of the fancy bar clasp facing up. 
Twist one end of the bracelet around until the patterned side of the fancy bar clasp is facing you again. 

Step 8

Attach your toggle clasp to the bracelet while it is in this position (using jumprings). 

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