Isn’t it really annoying to create jewels and to always have these small chain scraps that are not able to use them to create a necklace but again are almost in the correct length to create a bracelet? I have to admit that I have a small collection of such scraps and I just find a way to use them again for a bracelet! Let’s create it together!
What we will need:
– Chain ( I have used three different types of chains)
First choose what chains are you going to use. I have used a gold plated chain, a turquoise and gold chain and a handmade beaded chain, all of them in gold and blue tones, just perfect for this Summer. Cut three pieces (one from each) in the same length.
Use a jump ring in each end of every chain and connect them to a larger jump ring.
Finish the bracelet by using your favorite type of lobster (I have use a gold plated toggle clasp). If your chains are not in the proper length to create a bracelet then use more jump rings to extend it or just a big lobster, like I did. The main body of your jewel is ready. You can enjoy it as it or add a small beautiful detail!
This is mandatory, but it will make your bracelet unique. Just use a Millefiori bead or any kinf od bead or small pendant you like, pass it in the head pin and create a loop. Connect it with a jump ring with one of your chains!
Ready, totally a recycled project and full of blue! What do you think????
PS. I am proud that the specific Jewelry making tutorial is also in the Pandahall Blog!