Sacred Earth DIY Bracelets

DIY JEWELRY making 


Designed by Denise Yezbak Moore
featuring Bead Gallery® beads
available exclusively at www.Halcraftcollection.com

Instructions:
Materials:
11     Bead Gallery® green luster coated quartz nuggets (15147)
01     Bead Gallery® dark aqua dyed agate slice (15157)
8”      Bead Gallery® dyed suede olivine (15035)
12     Bead Gallery® watermelon coated quartz nuggets (14963)
01     Bead Gallery® Druzy (14914)
8”      Bead Gallery® dyed suede light pink (15046)
11     Bead Gallery® aqua coated quartz nugget (14971)
01     Bead Gallery® aqua dyed fire agate stone (12690)
8”      Bead Gallery® natural tan suede cording (15058)
11     Bead Gallery® purple coated quartz nugget (14966)
01     Bead Gallery® dyed fire agate purple (12466)
8”      Bead Gallery® dyed grape suede cording (15048)
11     Bead Gallery® pink coated quartz nugget (14969)
02     Bead Gallery® quartz crystal top hole (15178)
8”      Bead Gallery® dyed plum suede cording (15047)
05     Bead Gallery® silver plated cylinder phoenix (12157)
05     Bead Gallery® silver plated fine rope ring (12117)
05     buttons
100” brown 3-ply waxed linen cording

Tools:
Wire nippers
Super glue

Level of difficulty (Intermediate Advanced)

Time – Less than 1 hour per bracelet

Instructions below can be used for all 5 bracelets. Switch beads out as needed.

Instructions:

1.     Cut 3 lengths of 50” cording.
2.     Cut 20” cording.
3.    String ring and form 2 simple knots.  Trim short end and dab knot with super glue.
4.    String nugget and form a simple knot. Repeat 10 times.
5.    String nugget slice and form a simple knot.
6.    String button and form 2 simple knots. Trim end of cording and dab knot with super glue.
7.    Cut 8” of suede.
8.    String suede to center of ring and fold in half.
9.    String cylinder through suede to the end of ring.
10. Move down 1” and form an overhand knot.

Denise Yezbak Moore is a self-taught artisan. Denise has been a senior designer here at Halcraft Collection for 9 years. She loves to create jewelry with a bohemian flair. She resides in Southern California and enjoys hearing from fellow beaders.



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