Super Easy Sea Glass Stretch Bracelet
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Super Easy Sea Glass Stretch Bracelet

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Super Easy Sea Glass Stretch Bracelet
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This Super Easy Sea Glass Stretch Bracelet is the ideal beading project both for beginners and for veteran beaders looking for an easy, stress-free DIY jewelry design. Simply string a few of your favorite beads on an elastic strand, and voila! You have a brand new bracelet in a matter of minutes. With bead bracelet patterns this simple, there's no reason not to join in on the fun. Make a whole slew of beaded bracelets in different colors so you'll have one to match every outfit!


Project TypeMake a Project

Bead TypeGlass, Miscellaneous

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Bead Technique UsedStrung

Bead Project TypeBracelet

beginner


Materials:

  • six 20mm sea glass beads
  • 12 bead caps
  • six 9mm accent beads
  • 10 inches beading elastic
  • super glue

Instructions:

  1. Tip: Don’t cut the elastic from the spool before stringing your beads. This gives you a built-in bead stop.
     
  2. Pre-stretch approximately 10 inches of elastic before starting to string your beads. String the following pattern six times, having bead caps facing sea glass beads:

                        bead cap > sea glass bead > bead cap > accent bead
     
  3. To tie off elastic, wrap right end over left twice and pull snug; then wrap left over right twice and pull tight.
     
  4. Pull knot slightly away from bead it is closest to and add a drop of super glue into hole of bead. Gently pull elastic until knot is inside bead with glue. Allow to dry thoroughly before trimming elastic ends.  
     

 

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What an easy project. I am going to use it to help teach my friends how to make their own jewelry. They can do this and they will build self confidence and self esteem.that's very important when you are just starting into a new craft. It's easy, very in expensive And Cute As Can Be. Thanks For Sharing.

Should be called FAUX Sea Glass NOT sea glass... its man made cultured glass.

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