Here’s a great DIY bracelet for you that makes a stunning addition to any wardrobe. The best thing about this bracelet is that it really only takes about 15 minutes to make.
Here’s What You Need:
- 1 Druzy Bead Link (You can find one like it here at Cherry Tree Beads)
- Gold Chain (about 6-7″ of length)
- 2 5mm Jump RIngs
- 2 3mm Jump Rings (Not Pictured)
- 2 Round Nose Pliers
For this bracelet, I started with 6″ of chain. I wanted my bracelet to end up being roughly 7″ because my wrist is pretty small, and it’s much easier to remove links than add them. 🙂 A standard bracelet size would be about 7.5″ when it’s completed, so I would purchase close to 7″ of gold chain length for a regular sized bracelet.
Divide your chain in half. I used 10 links on one side and 11 links on the other. For a standard size, you may want to use 12 links on both sides. You can always go back and remove a link with your needle nose pliers if it’s a little too long.
Open one of the 5mm jump rings with the needle nose pliers and attach it to one end of your chain. Close the jump ring.
Next, open the other 5 mm jump ring and slip it into the hole to connect the clasp to the jump ring. Leave the jump ring open.
Next, slip the chain onto the jump ring with the clasp and close the jump ring.
Attach the 3mm jump rings to both ends of the eyes on the druzy bead link. Slip the chain pieces into the jump ring and very carefully close both ends.
There you have it! It’s that easy and simple to make.
I Love the intensity of the color in this aqua druzy bead.
P.S. If your interested in purchasing any of the jewelry featured on my blog, it’s all for sale. Just send me an email for pricing and I will be glad to get back to you.