DIY Glass Pearl Cha Cha Bracelet Recipe from

Cheryl made this incredible glass pearl cha cha bracelet by creating one basic glass pearl beaded dangle in various colors, then attaching them to our 1197B pre-assembled chain maille bracelet base. Her design uses only 4 items – chain maille bracelet baseglass pearlsball end headpins and crystal rondelles or bicones.  Gold is the new black, and Cheryl made sure to sneak in quite a few gorgeous gold pearls into this piece.


You can convert this bracelet into a stunning necklace by clipping the ends to a chain necklace.  Try our 1240z ball chain necklace.  Just clip the lobster clasp of the bracelet to the ring end of the necklace and the ring end to the clasp of the necklace.  Instant glamour.


Keep reading below for more pictures, color variations, and easy instructions,

DIY Glass Pearl Bracelet or Necklace Recipe from


Cheryl created simple dangles using a clear crystal bead and a glass pearl on a ball end head pin.  She attached the dangles as she went to the rings of the charm bracelet.  She loved the color selection of our 8mm glass pearl mix.  You could pick out several strands of pearls in the colors you want.

Cheryl chose to use a chain maille charm bracelet for a full opulent look.  If you want a simpler look, just use a simple single chain charm bracelet like our SKU 1196B.

Price: $2.99
Below is Cheryl’s same design and bead pattern with some different glass pearl color combinations to consider.



About the Designer: Cheryl Satterlee

Meet Cheryl!
She is a very talented multi-tasking mom and grandmom who we all have the great pleasure of working with at . She helps us with everything ~ from packing your orders, picking your freebies, to making sure our inventory behaves and everything in-between! When she is not babysitting her grandchildren you will find her pet-sitting, cooking, baking, beading and creating!




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