I just love making bracelets, and I hope you enjoy the beaded bracelet projects on this page as much as I do. You can learn how to make bracelets without any prior knowledge of beading. Feel free to use beads of your own choice for the projects below. You can create a different look just by changing the beads, while using the same techniques.
One of the most common problems when making bracelets, is to make it the proper size. Use the bracelet size guide
to get the correct measurements.
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Learning how to make a beaded bracelet is easy and fun. It is a great way to learn how to bead and learn some new beading and wire working skills.
Every beaded bracelet project is designed in steps so it is easy to navigate and understand. The photos show you what to do every step of the way, while the instructions tell you what your hands and tools need to do.
Different techniques are used to make beaded bracelets:
The easiest bead stringing is done with crimp beads. Crimps are tiny tube beads that are compressed to hold the beads in place. You can make a whole array of bracelets just by using this technique.
It is important to get the correct colour combination when making bracelets. First lay out the beads on a bead board or table to see what they look like and how to best arrange them.
If you are using different sized beads, then decide which focal bead/s you want to use and arrange it so it will always be visible.