DIY Sunset Sea Glass Beaded Chain Bracelet Recipe from eCrafty.com

For this summery bracelet, Cheryl paired eCrafty.com’s pink colored jump rings with our sunset sea glass spacers for a simple project with big results.  #pink #sunset #sea-glass #sea-glass #seaglassbeads #beads #jump-rings #jewelry-supplies #diy #crafts #ecrafty #etsy #handmade For instructions., clickable supply list & links, read on!

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DIY Iridescent Sunset Beaded Glass Chain Bracelet Recipe from eCrafty.com

To make it:
  1. First Cheryl loaded individual jump rings with 2 spacer beads each.
  2. She then attached these beaded links together (opening and closing each ring on the next with a pair of pliers) to make a chain.
  3. Cheryl likes an asymmetrical look.  So she connrvyrf the beaded links in a random pattern.
  4. Cheryl added a lobster clasp to each end of the beaded links.

So summery!

You can easily change out the look of this bracelet by switching the bead or jump ring color.

Supplies you’ll need (clickable links) from www.eCrafty.com:

Price: $1.99
50% off everything in your cart for orders over $200! with checkout code HALF2015 at eCrafty.com

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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 eCrafty.com . 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!

Thanks always and happy creating from all of the busy crafters at eCrafty.com!

 

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