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Aniston Bracelet Project

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Aniston Bracelet Project

About This Project

This looks beautiful on the wrist! Buy two feet of gold beading chain, one bag of gold plated rounds and one strand of cherry quartz and you can make this and the matching necklace. I am all about value!

Author Kelly Henderson
Kelly Henderson
Auntie's Beads Designer
  1. If you have never worked with beading chain before, I recommend watching this video which shows how to add end caps. The finished bracelet is about 6 and a half inches, but just add a little chain length for a bigger bracelet.
  2. Cut your beading chain to the length you want your necklace to be. I made mine 6 and a half inches. String on a pattern of Cherry Quartz and gold rounds as shown. Keep a bead reamer handy because some of the holes may have trouble fitting over the chain.
  3. This is optional, but I chose to flat crimp a gold crimp bead on either side of the beads to hold them in place.
  4. Use your pliers to add end caps to both ends of the wire. Use a jump ring or a split ring to connect your lobster clasp.

Tools and Materials Needed:
Cherry Quartz Freeform Rondelle 7" Bead Strand - 5 beads or 1 strand
Gold Plated 5mm Round Beads, 10pc -6 beads or 1 bag
Gold Plated Brass Beading Chain, .7mm, By The Foot - 1 ft or 6-7 inches
Gold Plated Crimp End for Beading Chain - 2 pc
Gold Plated 12mm Lobster Clasp- 1 pc
Optional: Gold Plated 2mm Crimp Beads, Bag Of 50- 2 pc
Chain Nose Pliers
Beadalon Flush Cutter with Soft Ergonomic Handles
Bead Reamer

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Materials and Supplies Used in This Project:

Gold Plated 5mm Round Beads, 10pc
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Gold Plated Crimp End For Beading Chain
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