Elegant Amethyst Bracelet
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Elegant Amethyst Bracelet

Updated 8/12/21

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Elegant Amethyst Bracelet
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If you're in need of wedding jewelry and accessories, this Elegant Amethyst Bracelet might just be what you're looking for. Make unique hand-crafted jewelry for your bridesmaids to wear on your big day for a one-of-a-kind look! This lovely bracelet is perfect for any special occasion. Stunning sparkling crystals and precious pearls are combined together to create a gorgeous DIY jewelry piece. Plus, this DIY bracelet is so lovely, it is not only a beautiful piece you can wear on your big day, but also a keepsake to pass down from generation to generation.

Project TypeMake a Project

Bead TypeCrystal, Miscellaneous, Pearl

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Bead Technique UsedStrung

Bead Project TypeBracelet

Difficulty LevelBeginner

Approximate size: 8 inches

Difficulty level: Beginner

Estimated time: Less than 30 minutes

Tools Used:
Nipper tool (TOOL-101)
Crimper tool (TOOL-100)
ZambaPro™ 49 .019 30ft jewelry wire (ZP49-30F-019)

List of Components:
12mm Swarovski cosmic amethyst (5523-AMY12, qty 6)
3mm Swarovski faceted round rose (5000-RO3, qty 14)
Light orange nugget pearl (P-LTORNG1, qty 1 strand)
Sterling silver hook & eye clasp (ISCL-0041, qty 1)
8mm sterling flower petal outline bead cap (STG-CAP21, qty 12)
Sterling Silver Open Jump Ring - 0.030 x .180 inches (SS-OJR30-E, qty 2)
2x2mm sterling silver crimp tube (SS-CRM2, qty 2)

Instructions:

Step one: Cut a length of ZambaPro™ 49 .019 jewelry wire to approximately nine inches. Attach sterling silver open jump rings to each side of the hook and eye clasp. Crimp one end of the wire to one of the jump rings using 2x2mm crimp tubes.

Step two: String a Swarovski 3mm faceted round rose bead followed by a light orange nugget pearl, another Swarovski round, a sterling silver bead cap, 12mm Swarovski cosmic amethyst bead and another bead cap. Repeat the pattern six times and finish with a Swarovski round, a nugget pearl and one more round. Crimp the remaining wire to the other end of the clasp and trim the excess wire.

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I would love to make this with my birthstone September which is sapphire, what beads and colors would I use?

This is so very pretty. Amethyst is one of the most popular gemstone colors. I have always liked it. It's also considered a royal color. This is so easy to make that I can't ignore it. It is calling to me. Thank you for sharing this great project in my favorite color!

This link took me to a video posted on Artbeads.com where their two designers is talking about basic pendant design. They dont even mention bracelets or how to make the bracelet pictured above in the video.

Hi there! Thank you for letting me know! I found the tutorial from the internet archives and included it, since the original source took it down. Enjoy!

Amethyst is my birthstone and I love the bracelet using it. This would be a great idea to make some of these bracelets to match the dresses of the bridesmaids in a wedding and hen they can be used as an everyday bracelet after the wedding. You can even make some for the mothers to be to match their dresses too. I would make and wear this very elegant bracelet all the time and would even make some for presents using peoples birthstones and a cordinating color bead or make one using the birthstones of children or grandkids for a great gift. so simple and easy.

This is truly elegant, and I love the combo with light orange pearl. Absolutely stunning. Amethyst is one of my favorites!!

I am so elegant when I wear my birthstone bracelet.

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