Three Strand Pearl Bracelet
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Three Strand Pearl Bracelet

Elegant white pearls combine with rhinestone encrusted spacers to create a modern bridal bracelet. Three strands of pearls give this design plenty of presence. This elegant bracelet is perfect for a sleek bridal look, mother of the bride or coordinating bridesmaids for a sophisticated wedding party!

Designed by Cousin®

Craft Time: 30-60 minutes
Uses Recycled Items: No
 
 
 
 
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Material List

  • Crystazzi Pearls 6mm Round White, 64 Pieces
  • Crystazzi Pearls 4mm Round White, 4 Pieces
  • Crystazzi Pearls Straight 3 hole Crystal Rondelle Silver, 10 Pieces
  • Sterling Elegance Crimp Tubes, 6 Pieces
  • Sterling Elegance 3-Strand Hook Clasp, 1 Set
  • Sterling Elegance 7 Strand Silver Beading Wire, 30”
  • Needle Nose Pliers or Crimping Pliers
  • Wire Cutters
 

Project Instructions

Cut (3) 10” strands of beading wire. Use a crimp to attach each wire to one half of the 3-strand clasp.
 

To use a crimp, thread on a crimp bead and the clasp. Bring the wire back down through the crimp bead so there is about a 1” tail. Using your needle nose pliers (or crimping pliers), press the crimp flat. Test that the wire is secure before threading on beads. The beads you thread on will cover the tail so there is no need to trim.
 

Thread (1) 4mm pearl and (2) 6mm pearls onto the top strand.
 

Thread (2) 6mm pearls onto the middle strand.
 

Thread (1) 4mm pearl and (1) 6mm pearl onto the bottom strand.
 

Thread a 3 hole spacer bar onto all three strands. The spacer will fall at a slant that will become part of the design going around the bracelet.
 

Thread (1) 6mm pearl onto the top strand.
 

Thread (2) 6mm pearls onto the middle strand.
 

Thread (3) 6mm pearls onto the bottom strand.
 

Thread a 3 hole spacer bar onto all 3 strands. This forms the first “triangle” set of beads. Continue threading the triangle sets inverted next to each other. This means the top and bottom strands will alternate between having 3 or 1 pearls while the middle strand will always have 2 pearls between spacer bars. See photo for reference.
 

Thread this pattern until there are 10 spacer bars on the bracelet.
 

Thread on the last set of pearls just like the first set next to the clasp.
 

Secure the end of each strand to the other half of the clasp using a crimp bead. After threading the wire back through the crimp, go through a few beads as well and gently pull until there are no gaps between the beads and the crimp. Press the crimp flat and this time trim off the excess wire.

Tips

Refer to photo for project details.