Swarovski Rose Flower Bracelet: Project Instructions

Swarovski Rose Flower Bracelet: Project Instructions

Posted by Eureka! Beads on 20th Mar 2019

Reminiscent of a rose garden, this bracelet features rose and rose alabaster Swarovski bicone beads. With a flower toggle clasp as a feature, you can't go wrong. Read through our instructions to learn how to make it yourself.

MATERIALS REQUIRED

  • 30cm tigertail
  • 2 small crimps
  • 2 crimp covers
  • 12 x 3mm plain metal beads
  • 2 x plain curved tubes
  • 5 x wide daisy spacers
  • 2 x thin filigree bead caps
  • 4 x 6mm strong jump rings
  • 2 x headpins
  • 1 x small curved leaf charm
  • 1 x flower toggle clasp
  • 5 x 6mm Rose Alabaster Swarovski Bicones
  • 2 x 8mm Light Rose Swarovski Bicones
  • 6 x 4mm Light Rose Swarovski Bicones
  • 1 x 4mm Rose Alabaster Swarovski Bicones
  • 1 x 12mm Pink Inside Colour Faceted Crystal Rondelle
  • 1 x 6mm Light Rose Swarovski Bicones

TOOLS REQUIRED

  • 2 pairs of Crimping Pliers
  • Wire Cutters

INSTRUCTIONS

Pick up your piece of tigertail and thread it through a small crimp, then through one of the 6mm jump rings. Thread back through the small crimp and pull up tight. Squish securely and cut off any excess tigertail. Place a crimp cover around the squashed crimp and gently squish into a round ball with your pliers to hide the crimp.

Next, thread on:

  • a 4mm Rose Swarovski Bicone
  • a plain metal bead
  • a 6mm Rose Alabaster Swarovski Bicone
  • a plain metal bead
  • a 4mm Rose Swarovski Bicone
  • a plain metal bead
  • a plain curved tube
  • a plain metal bead
  • a 4mm Rose Swarovski Bicone
  • a wide daisy spacer
  • a 6mm Rose Alabaster Swarovski Bicone
  • a wide daisy spacer
  • a 8mm Rose Swarovski Bicone
  • a thin filigree bead cap
  • a Pink 12mm Inside Colour Faceted Crystal Rondelle
  • a thin filigree bead cap
  • a 8mm Rose Swarovski Bicone
  • a wide daisy spacer
  • a 6mm Rose Alabaster Swarovski Bicone
  • a wide daisy spacer
  • a 4mm Rose Swarovski Bicone
  • a plain metal bead
  • a plain curved tube
  • a plain metal bead
  • a 4mm Rose Swarovski Bicone
  • a plain metal bead
  • a 6mm Rose Alabaster Swarovski Bicone
  • a plain metal bead

Finish by threading on a 4mm Rose Swarovski Bicone. Thread on a small crimp, then through one of the 6mm jump rings. Thread back through the small crimp and pull up tight. Squish securely and cut off any excess tigertail. Place a crimp cover around the squashed crimp and gently squish into a round ball with your pliers to hide the crimp.

Open up the jump ring on the end of the bracelet. Thread on the flower part of the toggle clasp (thread through the little loop on the back of the clasp), and close securely.

Open up the jump ring on the other end of the bracelet. Thread on the bar part of the toggle clasp (thread through the little loop on the back of the clasp), and close securely.

Pick up one of the head pins and thread on:

  • a plain metal bead
  • a 6mm Rose Swarovski Bicone
  • a wide daisy spacer
  • a 4mm Rose Alabaster Swarovski Bicone
  • a plain metal bead

Leaving a space of 10mm, cut the excess off the head pin. Twirl the end using your twirly wirlies.

Pick up one of the head pins and thread on:

  • a plain metal bead
  • a 6mm Rose Alabaster Swarovski Bicone
  • a plain metal bead

Leaving a space of 10mm, cut the excess off the head pin. Twirl the end using your twirly wirlies.

Open up another jump ring and attach to both the head pin drops and the curved metal leave charm and join to the bottom of the flower toggle clasp. Close securely.

Your bracelet is now ready to wear!

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