Rich Red Satin Bead Bracelet
Luxurious looking jewelry doesn't have to cost a fortune. This Rich Red Satin Bead Bracelet is a regal piece that will quickly become a favorite in your jewelry collection. The satiny beads are what make this design stand out from other basic beaded bracelet patterns. It's a very simple project but really has a standout effect. Plus, it’s much more inexpensive than similar looking jewelry from the store! You'll want to instantly make a run for the craft store to pick up some of these lavish beads for yourself once you check out this tutorial.
Project TypeMake a Project
Bead TypeCrystal, Miscellaneous
Time to CompleteUnder an hour
Bead Technique UsedStrung
Bead Project TypeBracelet
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Jul 19, 2017
Now this Red Satin Bead Bracelet is a real elegant piece of jewelry and I can even see it wore at a formal event. People will think you paid a lot for this bracelet. This looks very hard to make but after looking at the tutorial I saw how easy and affordable it really is and you have control on changing color if you like but this red one is stunning. I also like that the blogger put where she got her supplies from. Another great tutorial that is why I love this site.
Daughter of Light
Jun 29, 2017
This sheerly elegant looking bracelet would be worth tracking down the beads! The silver just refines the look even more! I like everything from the rich red color to the filagree on the Swarovski 3/4 spacer bars. And glory be the directions are so right on specific and easy to follow too. This would look lovely against a black or white backdrop!
May 15, 2017
Wow! This is a real eye catching head turner. It's so elegant. But after reading the directions it's easy and not expensive at all. I just have to have this made by the holidays. Both Christmas and valentines would show this off for sure. Thank you for the inspiration.
Feb 11, 2017
Gorgeous bracelet .... I love the crystals and the red beads! I need to see where I can find these. At the end of the project instructions a final crimp bead is used, I am assuming that the final beads on each end are slipped up to the end to cover the final crimp bead. I hope I can find these beads because this is really a high end look!
britneymstanley 14 53298
May 21, 2013
wrssuz: At the bottom of the tutorial she lists her supplies and where she found them. Here is the link to the beads she used. Hope it helps. http://www.amazon.com/Cousin-Jewelry-Basics-40-Piece-Acrylic/dp/B00719T7Z2/ref=as_li_tf_mfw?&linkCode=wey&tag=infob02c-20
May 25, 2013
Thanks - but it's "temporarily" out of stock on that website.... I searched everywhere for the red beads, etc. so I could make a bracelet for grand-daughter's prom. I searched the internet and local stores, and used her supplies list. Was very disappointed as this red one would have been perfect. I
May 20, 2013
Beautiful looking bracelet, but could not find the beads - not at Joanne Fabrics or on-line!!
May 23, 2013
they have them at Wal-mart..but in olive green and a light brown..they are on a string with other beads..cost is $4.00 ;O)
May 30, 2013
they also have them in purple at walmart. ;O)
Apr 19, 2013
I'm so impressed with your creative ideas and that you are so kind to share your expertise with us! Your information about tools and other supplies is indispensable! I'm grateful to you! Thanks so much!
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