Beebeecraft Tutorials On How To Make Braided Bracelet With Wood Beads
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Beebeecraft Tutorials On How To Make Braided Bracelet With Wood Beads

Beebeecraft Tutorials On How To Make Braided Bracelet With Wood Beads
Beebeecraft Tutorials On How To Make Braided Bracelet With Wood Beads

"Summary: Today we are going to learn about a braided wood bead bracelet. It’s suitable for men to wear, isn’t is? The black waxed polyester cords are really cool and wood beads are decorated well. When you make this bracelet, you will know that there are a lot of repeated steps so that if you know the first few steps, it will be easy for you to finish it. Let’s make this bracelet together! Materials and tools needed: 12mm painted wood beads 8mm wood spacer beads 1mm black waxed cord Silver lobster claw clasp Long nose pliers"

NotesThe bracelet is really cool! You can start to make your own one! This is friendly to green hands! You can also choose the beads you like to make it a different style. Welcome to find more jewelry making supplies and enjoy your craft journey with me!

Project TypeMake a Project

Bead TypeWire, Wood

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Bead Technique UsedStitched

Bead Project TypeBracelet

Difficulty LevelEasy

Materials List

  • 12mm painted wood beads
  • 8mm wood spacer beads
  • 1mm black waxed cord
  • Silver lobster claw clasp
  • Long nose pliers

Instructions

  1. You need to cut the wax wire and make 8 strands. Use a cord end to make them tight.

  2. Separate the 8 cords into 4 parts: 3 cords on the left and 3 cords on the right; use one cord in the middle to thread the beads; and use one cord on the back to thread the cross.

  3. You can start to thread the wood beads now. Remember to choose the different beads every time before you start a new cross. Use the cord on the both sides to cover the shape of the beads in the middle.

  4. When you make the bracelet as long as you want, you need to cut the extra cord and fix a cord end again. Then use the clasp and jump ring to finish the bracelet.

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