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Black & Gold Bracelet

  • 5 - Black Multi-Sided Beads 3929B0
  • 5 - Gold Multi-Sided Beads 3929G0
  • 40 - Silver Plated Spacers - 2908S7
  • Stretch Magic Cord - 5374
  • Big Eye Needle (Optional) - 5319
  • GS Hypo Cement (Optional) - 2320
  • Scissors
  • Flexible Tape Measure

Black & Gold Bracelet

Lets make it!

For this project we have used an average size wrist measurement of 18cm (7"). If you are making the bracelet for yourself measure your wrist using the flexible tape measure and add approx 8cm (3") to the length. (Larger wrist sizes will  need extra spacers and  beads).

    1. Cut the length of stretch magic and thread the needle through the big eye if using. You may find it useful to tie a very loose knot at the other end of the cord to prevent the beads from falling off.
    2. Begin to thread 1 gold bead followed by 4 silver spacers, then 1 black bead and 4 spacers.
    3. Repeat the process until all the beads are threaded.
    4. Using the largest part of your hand ease the tension on the cord to get the required fit, and then tie a tight double knot. You may wish to use a dab of the cement for additional security, but if using you will need to follow the manufacturer's instruction on setting times.
    5. Trim off any excess thread, once the cement has completely dried.

      If you are making this as a gift for someone why not take a look at our selection of bracelet boxes and organza bags.


Availability: In stock

Product Name Price Qty
Black Multi-Sided Transparent Bead - 14mm
£0.30 Incl. VAT £0.25 Excl. VAT
Gold Multi-Sided Transparent Bead - 14mm
£0.30 Incl. VAT £0.25 Excl. VAT
Big Eye Needle
£0.66 Incl. VAT £0.55 Excl. VAT
Silver Plated Spacer - 7mm - Pack of 10
£0.42 Incl. VAT £0.35 Excl. VAT
Clear Stretch Magic - 0.5mm Diameter - 10 Metre Spool
£3.00 Incl. VAT £2.50 Excl. VAT
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