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Sparkle and Stardust Bracelet

Updated 5/28/20

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Sparkle and Stardust Bracelet
Sparkle and Stardust Bracelet
This image courtesy of primabead.com

The Sparkle and Stardust Bracelet has glitz, glamor, and everything a girl could ever need in a bracelet. Learn how to make beaded bracelets perfect for any special occasion with this tutorial. This elegant piece looks intricate and complicated, but it's really a very simple strung project. The three strands are kept in place by beautiful silver and crystal spacer beads, creating the opulent effect of multiple stacked bracelets in just one show-stealing piece. Prepare to enchant those around you with this mesmerizing and glamorous DIY bracelet.


Project TypeMake a Project

Bead TypeCrystal, Metal, Pearl

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Bead Technique UsedStrung

Bead Project TypeBracelet

easy

Materials List

  • 1 pk #2950270 Silver Plated 3-Strand Clasp
  • 3 pk #2950297 Silver Plated 6mm Stardust
  • 1 pk #2950225 Silver Plated Crimp Tube
  • 1 pk #2950215 Silver Plated 3mm Round
  • 1 pk #2950210 Silver Plated Head Pin
  • 1 pk #3244406 Ecru 8mm Pearl
  • 2 pk #7722601 8mm Crystal Round
  • 1 pk #34708262 Silver/Crystal 3-Strand
  • Spacer
  • 2 pk #34708181 Rhinestone/Silver Round
  • Beads
  • 3 pk #34708266 Silver/Crystal Rondelle
  • 1 pk #32027 Silver .40mm 19-Strand
  • Beading Wire
  • Crimping Pliers #4501
  • Round Nose Pliers #4458
  • Wire Cutters #4457

Materials

Instructions:

  1. Cut three 10-inch lengths of beading wire.

  2. Using crimp tubes, attach each wire to one end of the three-strand toggle.

  3. Thread the bead patterns and spacers onto each strand. (Pattern pictured below.)

  4. Using crimp tubes, attach each wire to the other end of the three-strand toggle.

  5. Thread a crystal round onto a head pin and form a wrapped loop.
    *Be sure to connect the drop to the last chain link of the three-strand clasp before closing the loop.

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I have not made a three strand necklace yet because they look so hard to make but after seeing this tutorial I will have to make one or more. You can pick out your own bead colors for the look you are going for casual or formal. Why not get some friends together one afternoon and make yourselves one or two. This is a great tutorial to follow and they are easier than you think. Thanks for this pretty bracelet.

This bracelet is absolutely exquisite! I was so excited to see this is a beginner's project too because I haven't done jewelry making for too long. It also does seem to have several jewelry making basics in it that I'll be able to practice. The combination of the silver, crystal and the pearls makes for a unique and unforgettable piece. I can not wait to make it up to wear with my little black dress!

This is a great find. It's pretty, easy and not expensive. The directions are very clear and easy to follow. The part that attracted me to it was the fact that the creator of this beauty didn't call for Swarvoski crystals. They are very expensive and an immediate turn off in any project for me. I use Czech glass or crystals and they are just as nice. Thank you.

just about, if not everything, can be purchased at Primabead.com

Thank you so much for this information. I adore most of your designs, but, this one takes the cake!

Where were beads purchased i see you have part numbers

My enjoyment would come from making this bracelet but, yes, I would wear it proudly. It is beautiful and I can't wait to follow your directions to make it. Thank you.

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