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Christmas Cranberry Bracelet

Get inspired by traditional tree trimming techniques to create your own Christmas Cranberry Bracelet. Stringing cranberries to make festive garland is a classic Christmas activity, so why not transfer that tradition to your jewelry making this holiday season? This elegant bracelet pattern will bring a burst of bold crimson to your holiday attire. If you're looking for jewelry crafts for Christmas accessories, you'll love this berry-inspired bracelet design. The beautiful beaded bracelet patterns is perfect for the Christmas season and beyond.

Christmas Cranberry Bracelet
Christmas Cranberry Bracelet
This image courtesy of primabead.com

Project Type: Make a Project

Bead Type: Crystal, Pearl

Time to complete: Under an hour

Bead Technique Used: Strung

Bead Project Type: Bracelet

Difficulty Level: Easy

Materials:

  • #34722011- 158pc 6mm Red Pearl
  • #2949766- 1 set 10mm 14k Gold Plate Accent Toggle
  • #2949706- 50pc 2mm 14k Gold Plate Crimp Bead
  • #3202001- 40' .3mm 7-Strand Bead Wire- Gold
  • #7727108- 34pc 4mm Crystazzi Bicone - Erinite
  • Wire Cutters #4457
  • Crimping Pliers #4501

Instructions:

  1. Cut two 12-inch strands of beading wire.
     
  2. Attach the set of wires to one end of the toggle clasp using a crimp tube.
     
  3. Thread an erinite bicone onto both strands; then thread a pearl onto each individual strand. Thread an erinite bicone onto both strands and repeat the pattern until there are nine sets of pearls and 10 erinite bicones.

    *The inspiration bracelet measures approximately 7 1/2 inches with the clasp. To make a longer length bracelet, increase the spacing between the pearls and the bicones or increase the amount of beads.
     
  4. Attach the beading wires to the remaining toggle end using a crimp tube.

 

Find more beaded Christmas patterns in our collection of 16 Free Beading Patterns for Christmas Jewelry!
 

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This is so cute. I love Chrustmas and winter. This will be great to wear then. The directions are easy and very simple to follow. I have some green glass leaves to use in place of the bicones. And then I can make a pendant to match. Thank you for sharing this one.

Do you have memories of stringing cranberry to put around the Christmas tree. The smell so nice. Well there is no smell but this Christmas cranberry bracelet reminds me of it with the cranberry colored beads and the green leaves to remind you of the leaves. Never made any jewelry with two strands but this tutorial looks so easy. Cannot wait for this one and I am going to make a necklace and earrings too. How about you?

This is simple and cute. You can use pressed glass leaves in replacement of the green bicones to make a "cherry" themed bracelet.

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