Antiqued Sparkle Bracelet Project

Antiqued Sparkle Bracelet Project
B850

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  1. Take one of the 4" lengths of wire and thread on one Crimp Tube (BD315) and one half of the Toggle Clasp (CL1062). Take the wire around and back through the Crimp Tube. Pull so that the Crimp Tube cinches up to the Toggle Clasp (allowing room for movement) and crimp the tube with your Crimping Pliers. Clip away any excess wire with your Side Cutters (PL495). Take another 4" length of wire and thread on another Crimp Tube and take this wire through the other connector loop on the Toggle Clasp you attached the other wire to. Repeat the same process of cinching the Crimp Tube and closing it with your Crimping Pliers. Close one Crimp Cover over each of the closed Crimp Tube.
  2. Start your beadwork on ONE of the attached wires.
    • 1 3mm Round Bead - BD303
    • 1 6mm Light Sapphire Bicone - AC6682
    • 1 Swirl Pewter Bead Cap - BC4033
    • 1 8mm Silver Shade Round Bead - RB8501
    • 1 Swirl Pewter Bead Cap - BC4033
    • 1 8mm Vintage Rose Briolette Bead - SD8319
    • 1 Swirl Pewter Bead Cap - BC4033
    • 1 8mm Silver Shade Round Bead - RB8501
    • 1 Swirl Pewter Bead Cap - BC4033
    • 1 6mm Indian Sapphire Bicone - AC6395
  1. Thread on another Crimp Tube and through the corresponding loop on the Antique 4-hole Connector (CN5031). Bring the wire around and back through the Crimp Tube. Pull the wire so that the Crimp Tube cinches up to the connector loop on the 4-hole Connector. Crimp the tube closed and then close a Crimp Cover around the the crimped tube. Repeat step #2 and #3 for the other wire that was attached in step #1.
  2. Repeat steps #1-#3 to connect the attached 4-hole Connector to the other 4-hole connector.
  3. Repeat steps #1-#3 to connect the second 4-hole Connector to the other half of the Toggle Clasp, but be sure to thread on one 3mm Round Bead onto each length of wire before threading on the last two crimp tubes and the other half of the Toggle Clasp.
  4. Place a small amount of E6000 into the indents of the 4-hole Connector (use a toothpick to control the amount of glue that is deposited). With either your Chain Nose Pliers, tweezers, or your fingers, place one Vintage Rose Chaton into each of the glued indents. Allow to dry completely (preferably 24hrs) before wearing.
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