Thursday, March 28, 2013

Natalie from "NorthShore Days" take two!- Bracelet Tutorial

Hi y'all! We loved having her over so much, that we asked her over again! ;) Please welcome Natalie again!  Today she's sharing a sweet bracelet tutorial!

 Enjoy!

Hello Everyone,
If you haven't met me before, I'm Natalie and I blog over at NorthShore Days where I share tutorials, crafts, DIY and funny stories about my family. I love white decor and anything beachy, and I’m lucky enough to live very near to the beach on the beautiful North Shore of Auckland, New Zealand. 

I’m so happy to be here at Sweet Song Bird for Evey while she is recovering.



 My passion is jewelry making.... I love to share my ideas and easy tutorials with everyone... so I'm going to show you how to make a super cute easy wrap bracelet today. 


What you will need: 

 memory wire, lobster clasps, chain, and beads (maybe a couple of charms too).

 What to do: 

 1. Cut 2, half lengths of memory wire and loop one end.
2. Before closing the loop, slip on the chain, then tighten to close. 3. Add beads and end off with another loop. Measure the chain so that the bracelet sits comfortably on your wrist. Remove the links you don't need and add the lobster clasp. 
  Make a second bracelet in the same way.

 Now you have 2 bracelets you can wear independently or mix up with others or you can make them into a wrap bracelet... If you want to add charms along the way - go for it..
To complete the Wrap Bracelet  
Following the pictures below - criss-cross the chain to attach from one bracelet to the other. 
When taking the bracelet off, undo 1 clasp. The next time you wear it, just wind the bracelet onto your arm. 

So, so easy! 

 
Of course you can use any combination of beads to achieve the look you want - the sky is your limit! 

Cute right? 


I hope you enjoyed the tutorial and maybe been inspired to create an item of jewelry too. 
Don't forget to pop on by my blog and say hi, or visit me on Facebook.

 Thanks for having me….

Take care 

xxx

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