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Fancy floral bracelet

String floral slider components for bracelets that bloom.
I bought the antique-looking flower components for these cuffs from Mobile-Boutique; they offer many options in slider beads. With their sparkly crystal and rhinestone embellishments, the earth-toned pieces make a beautiful centerpiece. Finish with a fold-over magnetic clasp for a unique piece with a vintage feel.



  • 2 30 mm floral sliders, with two holes
  • 11 mm slider bar, with two holes
  • 12 6 mm rondelle crystals
  • 20 5 mm rondelle crystals
  • 4 4 mm bicone crystals
  • 24–36 3 mm round pearls, in two colors
  • 1 g 11/0 seed beads
  • 2 crimp beads
  • fold-over magnetic clasp
  • chainnose pliers
  • diagonal wire cutters

Supplies from Mobile-Boutique, Check your local bead store for supplies.


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1. Cut two 14-in. (36 cm) pieces of beading wire. On both wires, center a slider bar. On each end of each wire, string a bicone crystal and an 11/0 seed bead. 
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2. On each wire, string: hole of a floral slider, about 3⁄4 in. (1.9 cm) of 11/0s, hole of the slider, color A round pearl, 5 mm rondelle crystal, color B round pearl.
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3. On each side, over both wires, string a 6 mm rondelle crystal. On each wire, string: color A pearl, 5 mm rondelle, 6 mm rondelle, 5 mm rondelle, color A pearl.
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4. Repeat step 3, substituting color B pearls for the color As. String pearls until the strands are within 1 in. (2.5 cm) of the finished length (Front and center, below). 
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5. On one side, over both wires, string a fold-over clasp. On one wire, string a crimp bead. With the other wire, go through the crimp bead from the opposite direction. Repeat on the other side. Check the fit and add or remove beads if necessary. Flatten the crimp beads and trim the excess wire.
String enough pearls so your bracelet fits comfortably, but don’t add too many; the idea is to keep the flower components at the top of your wrist.
Full bracelet

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