Something Blue Bracelet and Earrings


Something Blue Bracelet and Earrings

Something Blue Bracelet and Earrings
Something Blue Bracelet and Earrings

This tutorial shows you how to make your own Something Blue Bracelet and Earrings, and it's your guide to bringing a handcrafted touch to your wedding jewelry. DIY jewelry sets can be just as pretty as jewelry from a case, and these colored pearls are a gorgeous way to add a little something blue on your big day. The multistrand bracelet is an elegant way to wear pearls with your gown, and the drop earrings with copper wire are the perfect match. There's love in the air, and we're in love with this DIY pearl bracelet and earring pairing.

Project TypeMake a Project

Bead TypePearl

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Bead Technique UsedStrung

Bead Project TypeBracelet, Earrings



  • 1 pk #34718051 100in Oval Chain Copper
  • 1 pk #3202301 50' .5mm Clear Stretch Cord
  • 1 pk #7120206 50pc 8mm Round Pearl Strand - Ecru
  • 1 pk #7120228 50pc 8mm Round Pearl Strand - Peach
  • 1 pk #7120216 50pc 8mm Round Pearl Strand - Turquoise
  • 1 pk #65024014 8yd-7.3m 20g Copper Wire - Brown

Bracelet Instructions

1. Cut (21) 5-link lenghts of oval chain

2. Cut (3) 14" lenghts of strech cord.

3. Thread a turquoise pearl onto one length of stretch cord, then thread one end of a 5-link chain.

4. Continue alternating a turquoise pearl and a chain end until there are 21 pearls and 21 chain. Tie the cord together in a double or triple knot and trim the excess cord.

5. Repeat steps 3-4 for the peach pearls, threading the cord into the center link of the chains.

6. Repeat steps 4-4 for the ecru pearls, threading the cord into the last link of the chains.

Earring instructions:

1. Cut (3) 2" lengths of wire. Frm a loop at one end of each wire, making them into eye pins.

2. Thread one of each color pearl onto a wire and form a loop, making a 3 bead strand.

3. Connect each link into a chain, starting with ecru then peach and then turquoise.

4. Cut a 2 1/2" length of wire.

5. Using round nose plier, curve one end of the wire into a loop. Extend the wire past the loop and curve it into an earring wire shape. Trim the wire.

6. Repeat steps 1-5 for the matching earring.


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This is a very cute bracelet idea and perfect for any formal type outfit such as for a wedding or prom. Be prepared to use alternate materials though because I think Prima Beads must be going under as none of the social sites have updated in a year and their website is down.

This is a beautiful Summer bracelet. Light, pastel and delicate. I am a silver gal so mine will be done in silver plated chain. It's such an easy, inexpensive bracelet. You can take the idea and run with it. Red, white and blue, black and white, just about any color. I am thinking green, red and silver for Christmas. Thank you for sharing.

I am really digging this color combo! When it comes to jewelry, I tend to strictly stick to silver and gold. But, I love the pop of color on these pearls and can totally picture someone on their wedding day rocking this bracelet.

Tried this craft? What did you think?

Lovely! I have a small complaint though why are so many things described as being meant for weddings? This bracelet is ideal for anyone to wear any time -- It simply calls to one, wanting to be worn with blue or pink, to add soft colour to a white dress or top, or black for that matter... I have to have this set and I was married ages ago.. it is a beautiful set for anyone bride or not

Sorry I didn't mention which item I was referring to. 1 pk 34718051 100in Oval Chain Copper. I believe I can find the other items at one of my local craft stores.

There is no mention of where you got your supplies to make this item. I cannot find it by the item number at Michaels. If you order on line could you please let me know of the website. Thank you

Hi there, This project was designed by Prima Bead. All materials should be available via their website: For the Oval Chain Copper I did a quick search of their site and I think this is the item you are looking for: Please let us know if we can be of further assistance. Happy jewelry making! -Editors of


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