Blue Agate Beads Bracelet

by Pamela
(Cavite, Philippines)

Blue Agate Beads Bracelet

Blue Agate Beads Bracelet

Blue Agate Beads Bracelet
Bracelet Jewelry Making Supplies
Making the Bracelet
Blue Agate Beads Bracelet Completed

Use acrylic beads with blue agate beads to make this blue agate beads bracelet design. It is an easy beginner wire and bead jewelry project.


Jewelry Making Materials:
Acrylic Beads
Metal Jewelry Findings
Blue Agate Beads
Lobster Claw Clasp
Jewelry Making Chain
Eye Pins
Head Pins

I love to experiment with mixing colors and combining different types of beads together in one project.

This bracelet is so easy for a beginner of jewelry making to create.

You just connect the beads and metal findings by using eyepins and small twisted jump rings. Then I connected these to jewelry chain and used a lobster claw clasp to finish off the bracelet.

Use the headpins to connect the blue agate beads and metal accent beads to the jewelry making chain and small twisted jump rings.

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