Serinity Bicone Beads Bracelet Jewellery Making Project
February 19, 20233 min read
Follow the step-by-step instructions below to make this charming Bicone Bracelet with Serinity Bicone Beads. It's easy and bracelets like this can be made using any colour and a lot of fun can be found in building a collection of different colour combinations that you can go with any outfit. There is an impressive variety of shades available on our website and this design could also easily be replicated using round beads along with a charm or two could add an extra element to your design.
The full list of Serinity bicone 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:
Thread the Acculon thread through the hole of the crimp bead, then through one of the jump rings and back into the crimp bead as shown:
Keeping a firm grip of the thread to ensure that both parts of the thread stay within the crimp bead, using crimping pliers (or any jewellery making or household pliers will do) crush the crimp bead first one way, then the other, to grip the Acculon thread in place permanently.
The Acculon thread should now stay in place when the thread is pulled. Once the thread is secure within the crushed crimp bead, cut off the excess thread leaving about 1 cm which can then be threaded back through the threaded beads.
Thread approximately 30 of the 5328 6mm Serinity Bicone Beads onto the Acculon thread. Before securing the second end of the bracelet, check that the bracelet is the right size by measuring against your own wrist, bearing in mind that the trigger clasp still needs to be added. If the bracelet is too large, unthread some of the beads, if the bracelet is too small, you will need to add additional beads to the thread.
To secure the second end of the bracelet, you will need to repeat Step 1, ensuring that you tighten the Acculon thread so that there is no excess. Once the thread is secure within the crushed crimp bead, cut off the excess thread leaving about 1 cm which can then be threaded back through the threaded beads.
Open the jump ring by using two pliers and twisting the jump ring in opposite directions, this will safely open the jump ring.
Thread the open jump ring through the loop on one end of the bracelet. Close the jump ring using the two pliers to pull the ends of the jump ring together.
Repeat this process on the other end of the bracelet. While the jump ring is still open loop on the trigger clasp as well and then close it using the pliers.