How to Make Bracelets With Elastic Cord

by Helen
(Massapequa, NY, USA)

Crystal Fantasy Elastic Cord Bracelets

Crystal Fantasy Elastic Cord Bracelets

See two elastic cord bracelet designs and learn how to make bracelets with elastic cord. An easy bead jewelry project!


Sterling silver noodle beads and crystal beads make for a sparkling easy fitting jewelry design idea.

The inspiration was to have an easy on - easy off bracelet.

To make the first bracelet I used textured sterling sliver noodle beads, Swarovski® AB crystal beads and star shaped bead caps and elastic.

When making the second bracelet I use plain (untextured) sterling silver noodle beads, large black Swarovski® crystals, sterling silver bead caps and a large sterling silver ball bead in the middle.

I got started making jewelry by taking a beginner jewelry making class. I have eight granddaughters for whom I make jewelry.

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