Pandahall Free Tutorial - How to Make a Charming Multi-strand Beaded Ethnic Bracelet

Summary: Ethnic style jewelry is popular among all age levels. This diy tutorial will show you how to make a multi-strand beaded ethnic bracelet. Check now!

Pandahall Free Tutorial - How to Make a Charming Multi-strand Beaded Ethnic Bracelet

This multi-strand beaded ethnic bracelet is easy to make except for the various types of beads supplies. It is still worthwhile to make this ethnic bracelet since you could buy the materials and make up to 5 or more bracelets at a time! Sound interesting, right? Let's go ahead!

Supplies in making a charming multi-strand beaded ethnic bracelet:

8mm Red Opaque Acrylic Beads
6mm Red Opaque Acrylic Beads
4mm Acrylic Bead Spacers
4mm Turquoise Beads
2mm Red Glass Seed Beads
3mm Gold Beads Spacers
4mm Silver Beads Spacers
15mm Polymer Clay Beads
Silver Color Spring Clasps
Tibetan Style Bead Spacers
Brass Crimp Beads
Iron Jump Rings
Iron Bead Tips
0.45mm Tiger Wire
Flat Nose Plier
Scissors

Supplies in making a charming multi-strand beaded ethnic bracelet:

Step 1: Make the starting cord

1st, snip off 3 pieces of tiger wire, combine them and thread them through a bead tip and a crimp bead;
2nd, slide the crimp bead onto the wire until to the crimp bead, then press the crimp bead in order to enwrap the crimp bead;
3rd, you've fixed the starting cord for the bracelet, now thread the wires through a silver bead spacer. Then you can start the string beads for the bracelet.

Make the starting cord

Step 2: Slide beads for the bracelet

1st, slide bead spacers, red glass seed beads, 4mm turquoise beads, 6mm acrylic beads, tibetan style beads and spacers onto one of the wires according to your own flavor, and mine is shown below;
2nd, slide the same beads through the other wires in sequence, and finally through the 3 wires through a 15mm polymer clay bead;
3rd, now continue to slide beads to the other part of the wire as shown;
4th, combine the wires and thread them through a bead spacer when you've strung a proper length.

Slide beads for the bracelet

Step 3: Finish the multi-strand ethnic bracelet

1st, slide a bead tip through the wire, followed by a crimp bead as shown;
2nd, trim off the excessive wires;
3rd, attach a jump ring and a spring clasp to each end respectively.

Finish the multi-strand ethnic bracelet

Tada! Final Piece!

Tada! Final Piece!

I wore my charming multi-strand ethnic beaded bracelet on my wrist immediately after I finished it! Also, I decided to make more as gifts for my friends! Guys, do you wanna try?

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