Glass Drop Bead Bracelet

by Candace
(Corvallis, Oregon, USA)

Glass Drop Bead Bracelet

Glass Drop Bead Bracelet

Use a bead stringing technique to create this colorful glass drop bead bracelet. It's an easy beginner bead jewelry project!


Inspired by the spring colors of blue, green and clear, this bead bracelet includes glass drop beads, gold 4 mm Swarovski crystals, and flower shaped glass beads.

The bracelet ends are finished off by crimping a stainless steel toggle clasp.

Very lovely and glamorous on your wrist!

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