Slider DIY Bracelets

DESIGNED BY Denise Yezbak Moore
FEATURING BEAD GALLERY® BEADS BY HALCRAFT COLLECTION 

Learn how to make these Slider Bracelets by designer Denise Yezbak Moore featuring Bead Gallery beads by Halcraft Collection. The instructions for this beautiful Bead Gallery creation include a comprehensive list of DIY jewelry making materials and supplies from our huge inventory of beads, charms, connectors, pendants, findings, stringing materials and tools. As well as a step by step DIY jewelry making a how-to guide for creating this one of a kind statement piece. Creating beautiful jewelry is easy with HalcraftCollection.com your online bead superstore!

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BEADS & JEWELRY MAKING SUPPLIES REQUIRED

Mixed Slider Bracelet –
Fits large wrist (remove 1 floral slider and add a orange square for smaller wrist.)

02    Bead Gallery® metal mix oval slider 7x30mm (14500A)
01    Bead Gallery® orange enamel square slider with rhinestones
          22mm (15912)
04    Bead Gallery® antique gold tone floral slider with crystals
          (16333)
14    Bead Gallery® orange opaque Czech glass fire polished
          faceted round 4mm beads (17676)
20”  Beadalon® Elasticity stretch cord (JEO.8T-0025M)

Floral Bracelet
05     Bead Gallery® antique gold tone floral slider with crystals
           (17529)
10     Bead Gallery® orange opaque Czech glass fire polished
           faceted round 4mm beads (17676)
20”   Beadalon® Elasticity stretch cord (JEO.8T-0025M)

Orange Square Bracelet
07     Bead Gallery® orange enamel square slider with rhinestones
           22mm (15912)
14     Bead Gallery® orange opaque Czech glass fire polished
           faceted round 4mm beads (17676)
20”   Beadalon® Elasticity stretch cord (JEO.8T-0025M)


Tools:
Beadalon® Classic nipper tool (JTNIP1)
G-S Hypo Cement (JA-GSHYPO)
Bead Bugs®

Level of difficulty (Beginner)

Time – Less than 10 minutes per bracelet

Tips: Stretch cord before stringing your beads. This will help maintain the shape of your bracelet.

Be sure to measure your wrist to insure a proper fit. Add and subtract beads as needed.

A great alternative to the overhand knot is the surgeon’s knot.

Easy To Follow DIY Instructions

Square Bracelet
1. Row 1 - Cut 10” of stretch cord.
2. Stretch cord well before stringing your beads. This will help
maintain the bracelets shape in the future.
3. Attach Bead Bug to end of 10” of stretch cord.
4. String only 1 hole on slider, (orange Czech, square slider) repeat 5 times, orange Czech, and the other hole on first slider.
5. Remove Bead Bug, bring both ends together, form an
overhand knot, and Pull tight. Form a second overhand knot, pull tight and dab knot with glue. Let Dry. (Knot should be hidden behind slider.)
6. Repeat steps 1-5 on other side of bracelet.

Floral Bracelet
7. Row 1 - Cut 10” of stretch cord.
8. Stretch cord well before stringing your beads. This will help
maintain the bracelets shape in the future.
9. Attach Bead Bug to end of 10” of stretch cord.
10. String only 1 hole on slider, (orange Czech, floral slider) repeat 3 times, orange Czech and the other hole on first slider.
11. Remove Bead Bug, bring both ends together, form an
overhand knot, and Pull tight. Form a second overhand knot, pull tight and dab knot with glue. Let Dry. (Knot should be hidden behind slider.)
12. Repeat steps 7-11 on other side of bracelet.

Mixed Slider Bracelet

13. Row 1 - Cut 10” of stretch cord.
14. Stretch cord well before stringing your beads. This will help
maintain the bracelets shape in the future.
15. Attach Bead Bug to end of 10” of stretch cord.
16. String only 1 hole on square slider, orange Czech, oval slider, (orange Czech, floral slider) repeat 3 times, orange Czech, oval slider, orange Czech, and the other hole on first slider.
17. Remove Bead Bug, bring both ends together, form an
overhand knot, and Pull tight. Form a second overhand knot, pull tight and dab knot with glue. Let Dry. (Knot should be hidden behind slider.)
18. Repeat steps 13-17 on other side of bracelet.

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Denise Yezbak Moore is a self-taught artisan who loves to create anything with a bohemian flair. She specializes in one-of-a-kind jewelry designs, photography, and social media. Denise resides in Orange County, CA with her husband and two children.