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Jasper Multi Stack Bracelet - Jewellery Making Tutorial

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Designed by: Joanne

Difficulty: Beginner

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Learn how to make your own fashion statement with this stack of 3 Bracelets. It is incredibly easy to change the look and feel, simply by selecting different Semi Precious Beads, Charms and Tassels. Maybe you would like to tie them together too with a coordinating ribbon for a little extra girly touch? Or maybe not use the bangle and just use up all the beads to make a bigger glorious stack so that it's all about the beads and even greater value for money?

Whatever beads and charms you choose, we hope you enjoy experimenting with this easy little make. Enjoy <3

Step 1

Cut a piece of elastic approx. 30cm long. Thread on your jasper semi-precious beads to create a bracelet approx. the same size as the bangle. Add a large Jump ring from your findings kit in between 2 of the beads.

Step 2

Using a smaller jump ring from the kit, add your chosen charm to the large jump ring.

Using a headpin, create a charm with one of your favourite Jasper beads. Connect this to the large jump ring too, using another small jump ring.

Step 3

Tie a surgeon's knot to secure. Add a dab of clear nail varnish for extra hold and cut off any excess elastic. Hide the knot inside the nearest bead.

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Step 4

Repeat to make a second Jade bracelet. This time add a different bead every now and then between your jasper beads.

Again, tie a surgeon's knot to secure. Add a dab of clear nail varnish for extra hold and cut off any excess elastic. Hide the knot inside the nearest bead.

Step 5

Use jump rings and headpins to add your chosen charm and bead to the bangle. 

If you need to know how to make a charm with a bead an<iframe width="560" height="315" src="https://www.youtube.com/embed/OTDBYeO5zZM" frameborder="0" allow="accelerometer; autoplay; encrypted-media; gyroscope; picture-in-picture" allowfullscreen></iframe>d headpin, follow Sarah's How To video on Beads Direct TV