Have you ever lost a bracelet because it came unfastened and you didn't know it? I have - you just about want to cry don't you? Do you have a favorite bracelet you don't wear because you're afraid to lose it? I've had one like that. How about a bracelet with a magnetic clasp that stuck to a grocery cart handle, and you didn't know it? I've had that happen too. :)
This short tutorial is for a very simple solution to those problems; written for beginners, but just as useful for non-beginners. For this tutorial, I'm using the crystal bracelet from one of my bracelet tutorials - Back to the Beginning - Beginner Crystal Bracelet - though this technique will work for any number of finished bracelet styles including most commercially made bracelets. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY - this was written for beginners
Materials and tools:
One finished bracelet - can be wire wrapped; strung and finished with crimped ends, or even commercial made. About 1 1/2 inches (3.8cm) 2 - 4 to 6mm jump rings 2 pairs of pliers, either chain nose or flat nose.
Please don't hesitate to contact me if you have any questions at all!!!
wrap happy, Bobbi
PLEASE respect ownership of intellectual property, and DO NOT post the actual tutorial in forums, blogs and message boards; or share this tutorial in any form.
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