Violet Sky DIY Bracelet Stack

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

Learn how to make these Violet Sky 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 Halcraft Collection.

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BEADS & JEWELRY MAKING SUPPLIES REQUIRED

Hamsa Bracelet
01   Bead Gallery® silver plated metal hamsa hand connector 25x35mm (17771)
11   Bead Gallery® dyed purple agate faceted 12mm stone round beads (12755)
10   Bead Gallery® silver plated rondell 3x8mm beads (12588)
02   Bead Gallery® silver plated and antiqued bumpy bead cap 3x10mm (12560)
16” Beadalon® Elasticity stretch cord (JEO.8T-0025M)

Feather Bracelet
01   Bead Gallery® CZ Rhodium Plated Crystal Feather Connector (13409)
04   Bead Gallery® amethyst (A quality) stone round beads 6mm (13234)
02   Bead Gallery® silver plated and antiqued designer carved 6mm (12415)
02   Bead Gallery® turquoise dyed reconstituted stone small rondell beads
         (12364)
06   Bead Gallery® silver plated rondell 3x8mm beads (12588)
02   Bead Gallery® turquoise dyed reconstituted stone small rondell beads
         (12364)
11   Bead Gallery® dyed howlite turquoise stone beads 6mm (12390)
16” Beadalon® Elasticity stretch cord (JEO.8T-0025M)

Oval Turquoise Bracelet
01   Bead Gallery® turquoise dyed reconstituted stone and metal connector
         (13174)
07   Bead Gallery® dyed purple agate faceted 12mm stone round beads (12755)
06   Bead Gallery® dyed howlite turquoise stone beads 6mm (12390)
12   Bead Gallery® silver plated rondell 3x8mm beads (12588)
16” Beadalon® Elasticity stretch cord (JEO.8T-0025M)

Spiral Aqua Bracelet
01   Bead Gallery® silver plated and antiqued metal 10x16mm spiral design oval
         drop beads (12626)
20   Bead Gallery® aqua dyed quartzite faceted 6mm round beads (12303)
02   Bead Gallery® turquoise dyed reconstituted stone small rondell beads
         (12364)
04   Bead Gallery® silver plated and antiqued designer carved 6mm (12415)
10” Beadalon® Elasticity stretch cord (JEO.8T-0025M)


Tools:
Beadalon® Classic nipper tool (JTNIP1)
Beadalon E6000 Glue (220A-010)
Bead Bugs®

Level of difficulty (Beginner)

Time – Less than 15 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

Hamsa Bracelet
1. Cut 16” 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 16” of stretch cord.
4. String bead cap, (purple agate12mm , silver rondelle)repeat 9 times, purple agate 12mm, and bead cap.
5. Left side – Pass cording through hamsa loop, and back through beads to back center of bracelet.
6. Remove bead bug from other end of bracelet. Pass cording through other hamsa loop, and back through beads until you meet the other end of cording.
7. 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.
8. Hide knot inside of closest bead.

Feather Bracelet
9. Cut 16” of stretch cord.
10. Stretch cord well before stringing your beads. This will help
maintain the bracelets shape in the future.
11. Attach Bead Bug to end of 16” of stretch cord.
12. String amethyst 6mm, silver carved, turquoise rondelle, silver rondelle, turquoise 6mm, amethyst 6mm, silver rondelle, 3 turquoise 6mm, silver rondelle, 3 turquoise 6mm, silver rondelle, 3 turquoise 6mm, silver rondelle, amethyst 6mm, turquoise 6mm, silver rondelle, turquoise rondelle, silver carved, and amethyst 6mm.
13. Left side – Pass cording through feather loop, and back through beads to back center of bracelet.
14. Remove bead bug from other end of bracelet. Pass cording through other feather loop, and back through beads until you meet the other end of cording.
15. 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.
16. Hide knot inside of closest bead.

Oval Turquoise Bracelet
17. Cut 16” of stretch cord.
18. Stretch cord well before stringing your beads. This will help
maintain the bracelets shape in the future.
19. Attach Bead Bug to end of 16” of stretch cord.
20. String (purple agate, silver rondelle, turquoise 6mm, silver rondelle) repeat 5 times, and purple agate.
21. Left side – Pass cording through oval turquoise loop, and back through beads to back center of bracelet.
22. Remove bead bug from other end of bracelet. Pass cording through other oval turquoise loop, and back through beads until you meet the other end of cording.
23. 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.
24. Hide knot inside of closest bead.

Spiral Aqua Bracelet
25. Cut 10” of stretch cord.
26. Stretch cord well before stringing your beads. This will help
maintain the bracelets shape in the future.
27. Attach Bead Bug to end of 10” of stretch cord.
28. String 6 ¾” spiral drop, aqua 6mm, carved silver, turquoise rondelle, carved silver, 18 aqua 6mm, carved silver, turquoise rondelle, carved silver, aqua 6mm.
29. 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.
30. Hide knot inside of closest bead.

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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.