Detailed Tutorial on How to Make a Blue Wide Beaded Bracelet with Pearls and Rhinestones
Summary: This tutorial is about making a wide beaded bracelet with blue pearl beads and colorful rhinestone beads, if you like pearl jewelry, don’t miss this one!
This pearl bead bracelet looks very delicate, but the procedure to make it is not so difficult as you think. If you are interest, follow me to check out the details!
Tools and materials needed to make this pearl bead bracelet:
How to make the blue pearl bead bracelet:
Step 1: Make the beginning part of the bracelet
1st, cut about 340mm fishing wire, slide 2 oval pearl beads, a round pearl bead, a spring clasp, and another round pearl bead to one side of the wire;
2nd, cross the shorter wire through the beads to make a bead loop, tie a knot and cut off extra wire;
3rd, add 3 oval pearl beads to the long working wire, cross the wire through the upper oval pearl bead to make a bead loop like the forth picture shows;
4th, cross the wire through the lower oval pearl bead like the fifth picture shows and add 3 more oval pearl beads to the wire;
5th, thread the wire through the lower oval pearl bead again to make a bead loop.
Step 2: Make more pearl bead patterns
1st, thread the working wire through the whole second bead loop, and cross it thread the lower bead of the first bead loop, then add 2 more oval beads to the wire, just like the first picture show;
2nd, cross the wire through the upper bead of the second bead loop to make the third bead loop, just like the second picture shows;
3rd, cross the wire though the upper 2 beads of the third bead loop, add 3 more oval beads to the wire to make the fourth bead loop;
4th, repeat this procedure several times to make more bead loops in the same way.
Step 3: Complete the wide pearl bead bracelet
1st, repeat all previous steps several times until you get your desired length of the bracelet, once finished add a round pearl bead, a silver jumpring, and another round pearl bead to the wire;
2nd, cross the wire though the last bead loops to fix the whole bracelet, and then add rhinestone beads to the wire;
3rd, put the rhinestone beads to the center of each pearl bead loop, once finished, tie a knot and cut off extra wire.
Here is the final look of the finished pearl and rhinestone bracelet:
As I’ve mentioned before, it’s not difficult at all! Do you agree with me? All the pearl bead patterns are the same, you just need to know how to make one pattern, then repeat it to make more patterns in the same way. If you like it, give it a try!