Pumpkin Spice DIY Bracelet

Designed by Molly Schaller
featuring Bead Gallery Beads from the Halcraft Collection 

Materials:
1 9-10mm white Philippine wood round
1 11-12mm brown Philippine wood round
 5 6mm multi-metal plated antiqued Bali-style rondelles
1 27x30mm ceramic orange lentil
6” 7mm red dyed bamboo coral rounds
6” zebra jade small nuggets
6” orange seed beads from the orange mixed bone & glass strands
6” 8mm orange dyed imperial jasper rounds
2 antique copper tone feather charms
1 antique gold tone maple leaf charm
1 red tiny tassel
1 tan tiny tassel
1 orange tiny tassel
2 copper crimp beads
40” satin gold flexible beading wire
1 copper finish 8mm jump ring
1 copper finish lobster clasp

Tools:
Flat-nose pliers
Wire nippers
Bead Buddies

Level of difficulty: beginner

Time: 15-30 minutes

Instructions:
1. Cut the beading wire into 4 10” pieces.
2. Holding all four wires as one, string 1 crimp bead and the clasp. Pass the wire back through the crimp bead and flatten the crimp. Trim excess wire tails.
3. Holding all four wires as one, string 1 Bali spacer, 1 brown wood round, and 1 Bali spacer.
4. Split the wires. Onto one wire string all of the zebra jade nuggets and one feather charm wherever you’d like. Place the wire into a Bead Buddy.
5. Onto the next wire string all of the coral rounds and the orange tiny tassel (anywhere you’d like for the tassel, again). Place the strand into the Bead Buddy.
6. Onto the next wire string all of the orange seed beads and the red tassel and the maple leaf. Place the strand into the Bead Buddy.
7. Onto the final wire string all of the imperial jasper rounds with the tan tassel and a feather charm.
8. Remove the Bead Buddy and hold all strands as one.
9. Holding all strands as one, string 1 Bali spacer, 1 orange ceramic lentil, 1 Bali spacer, 1 white Philippine round, 1 Bali spacer, 1 crimp bead, and the jump ring.
10. Pass the wires back through the crimp bead and flatten it. Trim excess wire.

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Molly Schaller is a beading designer and craft industry consultant who loves beading, knitting, gardening, bookbinding, and being with her family and pets. She’s always on the lookout for new ways to express her creativity and help others learn ways to tap into their creativity as well!



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