Learn how to make a charm bracelet
Follow this easy to follow tutorial inspired by the annual celebration, St Patrick's Day.
St Patrick's Day is a celebration held on 17th March in remembrance of Saint Patrick, the foremost patron saint of Ireland. Recent celebrations usually involve a carnival-style celebration with music floats and a gathering of people.
If you aren't a fan of the colour green, what's stopping you from mixing up the colour pallet, using yellows and whites from your gemstone stash would make the perfect springtime accessory.
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1 x Antique bronze toggle clasp
16cm length of antique bronze chain
3 x Antique bronze heart charms
A mixture of gemstones, pearls, Swarovski bicones and seed beads.
Antique bronze head pins
Antique bronze jump rings
Round and flat nose pliers ans snips.
For this bracelets charms we used green gemstones, white assorted shaped pearls, clear Swarovski bicones and green tone seed beads from our stash. To make the charms, thread a gemstone, pearl, bicone ect.. on to a head pin, bend the tail to form a right angle.