Rondelle Bracelet Jewellery Project Using Preciosa Beads
March 04, 20232 min read
This jewellery making project is perfect for all ages and the finished bracelet is guaranteed to impress thanks to the big bling of the 18mm Preciosa Rondelle Balls. Follow the instructions below to create this stunning Crystal Rondelle Bracelet using Preciosa Beads.We have recommended the Gold Rondelle Balls; however silver versions are available and the method behind this design could easily be adapted into any stretchy beaded bracelet. You could choose to use smaller rondelle balls or swap entirely to pearls or bicone beads, we simply hope to inspire you and encourage you to explore different jewellery craft possibilities.
This is considered a beginner jewellery making project because it doesn’t require any metal jewellery components and the only tool you need is a pair of scissors! This easy craft activity can be completed in as little as 10 minutes, and it will look so good that people will ask you where you bought the stunning accessory, you will then be able to proudly say that you made it yourself!
The full list of Preciosa beads, components and tools needed to complete this project can be found below. If you click on the product description (link), the respective product page will open, where each item can be viewed and added to cart:
Cut a length of the Elasticity Cord that’s long enough to wrap around your wrist and allow some extra length for tying knots.
Thread on the Preciosa beads until there are enough to go all the way around your wrist.On the rondelle balls you will find several holes because of the way it is designed, however there is one that is intended as the be the threading hole. Use this feature for a completely uniform look, however it is not vital to complete the project.
Tie the two ends of the Elasticity Cord together in a tight double knot and trim off the excess.The Elasticity cord is stretchy, but it is good to allow some room around the wrist so that it can be passed over the hand easily without over stretching the elasticity to the point of snapping. For extra security you can place a dot of tacky glue over the knot to seal it and it is possible to hide the knot inside one of the rondelle balls.