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Simple Ring Bracelet Tutorial

By: Natalie from Pinx Jewelry
Simple Ring Bracelet Tutorial
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Make an easy bracelet design to complete any outfit with this Simple Ring Bracelet Tutorial. This basic bracelet can be worn alone or used as a foundation to make a beaded charm bracelet. Add beads and charms as you please--the possibilities are endless!

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Bead Project TypeBracelet

Beginner

 

Materials: 

  • 2 pairs of chain nose pliers
  • 7 closed rings, 12mm inside diameter
  • 6 closed rings, 10mm inside diameter
  • 13 jump rings, 3.75mm inside diameter
  • 1 toggle

Optional materials for embellishing:

  • charms
  • beads
  • jump rings (1 for each charm and each bead)
  • headpins (1 for each bead)
  • round nose pliers
  • wire cutters

Instructions:

  1. Starting with a large ring, set out your pattern on a flat surface, alternating between the larger and the smaller closed rings.
  2. Connect the rings together using one jump ring for each connection.
     
  3. Attach the toggle using a jump ring. If you do not wish to attach any accent beads or charms, then you are finished. Continue on for steps to customize your bracelet.
     
  4. Thread each accent bead onto a headpin and snip off excess wire, leaving approximately ½ inch of wire above the bead.
     
  5. Use your round nose pliers to form a loop and continue until the loop is closed. Repeat for each accent bead. Attach a jump ring through the loop.
     
  6. If using charms, simply attach a jump ring to each charm and leave open.
     
  7. Attach each charm or accent bead with a jump ring to the bottom of the ring on your bracelet that you want it to dangle from.
     
  8. Repeat until it is exactly how you like.
     
  9. Enjoy!
     

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Oh My! I cannot believe it is so easy to make this ring bracelet by just using large rings. I wish I came across this sooner. My grand daughter wanted some charms she had collected put on a bracelet and I went all over to find one at a craft store that I really was not crazy about because I could not find hardly any and I could have made one so elegant as this. The video is so good that anyone can make this to use by itself of for a base for adding beads or charms. Anyone make their own base bracelets or necklaces?

Did she just say that the charm used as a clip opener was very inexpensive at $35? Guess it's a very expensive way to make jewelry. I'm out!

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