Softly Spring Sparkle Bracelet Stack

Designed by  Molly Schaller

These Bracelets are part of the April 2019
Pretty Palette design challenge!

Click to get inspired with a soft pastel palette of Bead Gallery® beads
from the Halcraft Collection and learn how you can play along! 

Designed by Molly Schaller

Featuring Bead Gallery® beads
Available exclusively at www.halcraftcollection.com

Materials:
Coral bracelet
48 2x7mm silver dyed matte bone rondelles
2 1.5x5mm silver plated Bali-style small dot rondelles
1 30x36mm white bamboo coral oval with rhinestones
18” 0.5mm clear Elasticity cording

White howlite/amazonite bracelet
48 4mm white howlite rounds
2 1.5x5mm silver plated Bali-style small dot rondelles
1 silver ball pin
1 8mm glass simulated amazonite round
12” 0.5mm clear Elasticity cording

Pink rhinestone tassel bracelet
44 4mm light red Picasso coated Czech faceted fire-polished rounds
2 1.5x5mm silver plated Bali-style small dot rondelles
12” 0.5mm clear Elasticity cording

Tools:
Scissors
Bead Stringing Glue (G-S Hypo Cement)

Instructions:
White Coral Bracelet
1. Onto an 18” piece of stretch cord, string 1 dot rondelle, 48 2x7mm silver dyed matte bone rondelles, and 1 dot rondelle.
2. Pass the stretch cord through one loop of the coral connector and back through half of the beads. Repeat with other end side of connector.
3. Holding the two ends of the cord as one, tie an overhand knot and dot with glue.
4. Allow to cure overnight before trimming excess cord.

White Howlite/Amazonite Bracelet
1. Slide 8mm simulated amazonite round onto a ball pin.
2. Make a simple loop.
3. Onto a piece of stretch cord string 1 dot rondelle, 48 white howlite rounds, 1 dot rondelle, and the amazonite drop onto the stretch cord.
4. Holding the two ends of the cord as one, tie an overhand knot and dot with glue.
5. Allow to cure overnight before trimming excess cord.

Pink Rhinestone Tassel Bracelet
1. Onto a piece of stretch cord string 1 dot rondelle, 44 light red coated fire-polished glass faceted rounds, 1 dot rondelle, and the pink tassel.
2. Holding the two ends of the cord as one, tie an overhand knot and dot with glue.
3. Allow to cure overnight before trimming excess cord.



Molly Schaller is a beaded jewelry 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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