sweet peach sparkle Bracelet

July 2021 Pretty Palette Design Challenge with Molly Schaller

beaded bracelet with peach and white beads

The Sweet Peach Sparkle Bracelet is part of Pretty Palettes, the monthly color palette challenge! 

Sweet Peach Sparkle Bracelet
 Designed by Molly Schaller 
Featuring Bead Gallery® beads 
Available exclusively at www.halcraftcollection.com 


1 white howlite faceted stone 22x32mm connector
2 carved flower 12mm nut rounds
4” natural 6mm rhodonite stone rounds
4” freshwater potato pearls
4” light pink 5mm Czech glass faceted rounds
4” tan 4mm matte glass rounds
20” flexible beading wire
1 dark peach 13x20mm small tassel
1 gold toggle clasp
2 crimp tubes
1 6mm jump ring

Wire nippers
2 pairs of chain-nose pliers
Bead Bugs

Time to create: 1 hour


1. Cut the flexible beading wire into two 10” pieces.

2. Holding both pieces of beading wire as one, thread the wire through one carved flower nut round, the loop of the white howlite connector, and back through the carved flower nut round, bringing the ends of the wire to meet the others so that the wires are folded in half with four strands emerging from the carved flower nut round.

3. Onto one strand, string 4” of freshwater pearls and place a bead bug on the wire to hold beads in place.

4. Onto the second strand, string 4” of 4mm tan matte rounds and place in the bead bug.

5. Onto the third strand, string 4” of rhodonite rounds and place in the bead bug.

6. Onto the fourth strand, string 4” of light pink Czech glass faceted rounds and place in the bead bug.

7. Holding all four wires as one, pass them through a carved flower nut round.

8. Divide the wires into two groups of two. String a crimp tube, pass the wires through the loop of the bar of the toggle clasp and pass back through the crimp tube. Flatten the crimp and trim excess wire. Repeat with the second pair of strands.

9. Enjoy!

  Get instructions and a materials list to make the coordinating pieces by clicking the corresponding image.

July 2021 Pretty Palette Set

Molly Schaller is a craft industry consultant with a focus on design thinking, transmedia storytelling, and user experience design. She loves a variety of crafts; beading, knitting, and bookbinding are some of her favorites. 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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