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Stacking Micro Spacers name bracelet gold filled and Lapis Lazuli Bangle

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Time of realization: 1h
Difficulty: Easy and Intermediate

Stacking Micro Spacers name bracelet gold filled and Lapis Lazuli Bangle

Step by step :

How to compose bracelets for stacking?

If you're not sure which bracelets to choose in your jewelry box for a successful stacking, why not create your own bracelets for stacking? No more puzzles getting up early in the morning! Perles and Co offers a set of simple bracelets to wear together or separately. Imagine them upstream and wear them without worries!

Bracelet 1:
Glue the Lapis Lazuli cabochons into the set of the bracelet. Discover our other gemstone cabochons . Warning: Lapis Lazuli stones (and other gemstones) are handcrafted, this leads to very slight differences in size. It may be that the cabochon does not fit perfectly into the setting of the bracelet. In this case, put a little more glue in the seam. You can also file the base of the cabochon.

Stacking bracelet nom Micro Spacers gold filled et Jonc Lapis Lazuli 1

Bracelet 2:
Thread on a round-headed nail the micro-spaced beads and then loop on the other side of the nail. Cut the gold filled chain to the size of your wrist and taking into account the rings and the clasp that will complete the bracelet.

Stacking bracelet nom Micro Spacers gold filled et Jonc Lapis Lazuli 2

Stacking bracelet nom Micro Spacers gold filled et Jonc Lapis Lazuli 3

Bracelet 3:
This bracelet is composed of a gold filled interlayer of very good quality that will not oxidize and a 0.45 mm silk thread . Cut two pieces of 24 cm silk thread. Pass them on each side of the interlayer and fold them in half. Tie a knot by tying the two ends of yarn together and using a pin slip the knot at the base of the interlayer. Do this on both sides. Flatten a bead to crush on the ends of threads on each side. Then cut a piece of wire 10 cm. Cross the strings of the bracelet and make a macramé knot at the crossing. The method is explained in this tutorial: Ultra-Simple Miyuki Bracelets and Hoops .

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Bracelet 4:
Use the technical sheet " How to make the lettering in Gold Filled wire? " To make this bracelet. This bracelet is a little more delicate to achieve, it requires a good address and a mastery of the clamps. If you are a beginner, choose a softer thread even though your bracelet will deform more quickly. The 0.8mm soft filled gold wire used here remains difficult to twist and can break if twisted repeatedly. For example, you can take Griffin's Gold-plated Craft Wire in 0.8mm. Beware this gold is more yellow than the gold filled wire. Write the name or word at the desired size on a sheet, taking into account the size of the thread. It will serve as your boss to keep the right proportions when you form the letters. To finish the bracelet, make a pigtail loop on one side and form a claw on the other which will be used to hang the bracelet as what was done in this tutorial but with only one claw: " Heart bracelet rush wire metallic ".

Stacking bracelet nom Micro Spacers gold filled et Jonc Lapis Lazuli 5

Stacking bracelet nom Micro Spacers gold filled et Jonc Lapis Lazuli 6

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