PandaHall Original DIY – How to Make a Slave Bracelet with Pearl Beads and Rhinestone
Summary: In this PandaHall original DIY project, we will show you how to make a slave bracelet with pearl beads and a rhinestone, hope you like the design.
The bracelet part of this slave bracelet is simply made by pearl bead links and the ring part is wrapped by jewelry wire and decorated with a rhinestone. Once they are connected together, the slave bracelet is done! Now, let’s see HOW together!
Supplies needed to make this simple pearl bracelet:
6mm Round White Glass Pearl Beads
8mm Blue Flat Back Rhinestone
0.5mm Gold Copper Wire
0.3mm Gold Copper Wire
4x3mm Gold Twisted Chain
Round Nose Pliers
Long Nose Pliers
Side Cutting Pliers
How to make the simple slave bracelet:
Step 1: Wrap the ring
1st, cut a piece of 0.5mm copper wire, wrap five loops on the wire, a bigger one in the middle and two smaller one at each side, just like picture show;
2nd, wrap the left wire rightwards and connect two wire ends with 0.3mm copper wire;
3rd, wrap a loop at the end of the right wire ends and bend the whole pattern into a ring shape;
4th, pinch those five loops into petal shape with pliers;
5th, attach the blue rhinestone right below the petals with 0.3mm copper wire.
Step 2: Make the pearl bead bracelet
1st, make enough bead links with pearl beads and eyepins;
2nd, add one pearl bead link to the middle petal;
3rd, connect the rest bead links together and add a short piece of chain to each end of the bead link;
4th, add a jumpring to each chain and add a spring clasp to one jumpring.
Step 3: Finish the slave bracelet
Cut a proper length chain and connect the bracelet and the ring together with this chain. Mind the position of the chain end at the bracelet.
Here comes the final look of the slave bracelet:
You must have noticed this slave bracelet is a little bit different from others, because the position of the linking chain is not at the middle of the bracelet. And that’s the highlight of our design, do you like it?