Yellow Weave Flower Bracelet Making You Can Learn

Hello, friends. Have a great day. You know that summer is coming and have you prepared the jewelry? You can see this post if you have no idea about summer suitable jewelry, because today I am going to show you a tutorial on how to make a weave bracelet with seed beads for summer. Do you have any interest? The details are listed as below.
Supplies needed for flower bracelet making:
8mm yellow crystal beads
4mm dark green crystal beads
4mm clear crystal beads
2mm azure seed beads
Crimp beads
Lobster clasp
Jump rings
Tiger tail
Wire cutting plier
Flat plier
Step 1: make the flower basic part of the bracelet
Firstly, cut off a piece of tiger tail about 100cm and fold it in halves. Then slide a bead to wires and slide a crimp bead to it to pinch the bead. Then slide two clear crystal beads and a clear bead to two wires respectively, and cross two wires through a dark green crystal bead. Then slide a yellow crystal bead and a clear crystal bead to the wires to make the second flower.
Secondly, continue to make flower patterns with the same steps.
Thirdly, slide two clear crystal beads to wires respectively and add a crimp bead to the end. Then cross the two wires back through the bead and pinch the bead.
Step 2: finish this flower bracelet making
Firstly, separate the two wires and cross the wire to the two clear crystal beads. Then slide 8 seed beads to two wires respectively, then thread the wire to the clear crystal bead.
Secondly, you can do the upper wave, repeat the same steps to finish the side. Then fasten the beaded wave pattern.
Thirdly, connect the two ends of the bracelet with a lobster claw clasp and a jump ring.
Then this yellow wave beaded bracelet has been finished!
Look at the bracelet, so beautiful. Do you like it? Don’t miss this great project, just take an action. See you next time!


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