zacoo

zacoo offer handmade making jewelry steps, www.zacoo.com… – make multi-strand bracelet. | Step 1 Cut 6 pieces of jewelry wires, and each one is about 25cm long. | Step 2 | Choose a spacer bar and thread the jewelry wire through the first hole, as shown in the picture. | Tip: We use a spacer bar with 6 holes. You can also choose spacer bar with two holes or 4 holes, which depends on how much layers of bracelet you want to make. | Step 3 String a crimp bead and squeeze with flat nose plier. | Step 4 Repeat Step 3 and finish the others. | Step 5 String a bead to the jewelry wire. | Step 6 | String 10 beads on 6 jewelry wires respectively. | Tip: The number of beads you string on each jewelry wire is the length of every two spacer bars. That means if you want to use more spacer bars, you will string the beads less and vice versa. | Step 7 String a spacer bar and you’ve finished a unit for this bracelets. | Step 8 | Repeat Step 7 and make another three units like that. | Then repeat Step 2 and 3 to fix the 6 jewelry wire ends with crimp beads. | Choose a cord end to make a neat closure by hiding jewelry wire ends into the cord end. Squeeze the cord end. | Step 9 Attach a jump ring to the cord end. | Step 10 Attach a spring ring clasp to the jump ring. | Step 11 Repeat Step 8 to attach a cord end to the other side of the bracelet. And then attach a jump ring, as shown in the picture. | Step 12 Congratulations, you’ve made a beautiful multilayers bracelet with spacer bars.

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