Making your Own Chain Link Bracelet Features a Polymer Clay and Turquoise Bead Flower

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Making your Own Chain Link Bracelet Features a Polymer Clay and Turquoise Bead Flower

Break a common bracelet making chain into several pieces, then, assemble them in another way and you can make a new chain link bracelet. Here, with 3 easy steps, you can make a captivating chain bracelet then: figure out the amount the chain links, prepare the decorative clay and turquoise bead flower, and finally assemble the separate elements. Getting interested? Here we go!

Supplies needed for making the floral chain link bracelet:

Synthetic Turquoise Beads
Polymer Clay Flower Bead
6mm Bicone Glass Beads
8mm Bicone Glass Beads
Eyepins
Jumpring (optional)
Bracelet Making Chain
0.38mm Tiger Tail Wire
Side Cutting Pliers
Round Nose Pliers
Wire Cutter Pliers

Supplies needed for making the floral chain link bracelet

How to start the chain link bracelet?

Step 1: Make the easy beaded flower and connective beaded links

1st, cut a length of tiger tail wire measuring about 30cm long;
2nd, make a beaded loop out of 6 pcs drop turquoise beads;
3rd, pass two ends through the polymer clay bead;
4th, thread two ends through the turquoise bead on opposite from two directions;
5th, tighten the wires and then string the rest 5 turquoise beads with the left end;
6th, knot the two ends tightly. Pass the excess wire through adjacent beads to get them stuck;

Make the easy beaded flower
7th, take the eyepin and pass through the gap between turquoise bead and clay flower. Make a simple loop at the other end;

string the beaded flower with an eyepin
8th, similarly, string the prepared bicone beads onto the eyepin respectively. Loop the other end for 6 beaded links.

make six crystal bead links

Step 2: Break the bracelet making chain into several parts

In this project, I broke the bracelet chain into 8 pieces.

Break the bracelet making chain into several parts

Step 3: Assemble the decorative elements with chain segments

Decide the pattern of your chain link bracelet, and then connect the separate parts by using several small-sized jumpring.

Assemble the decorative elements with chain segments

Done!

finished chain link bracelet

The highlight of the entire project is the way utilizing a bracelet making chain strand. So, if you’re tired of making monotonous charm bracelets with the chains, just try this easy beaded flower bracelet pattern, or pair of flower earrings by removing the extra links.

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