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Combine multiple gemstones in various colors and freshwater pearls for a stunning look that is both modern and elegant. This bracelet is glamorous enough for the little black dress and playful enough for your favorite jeans.
   
Bejeweled Pearl Bracelet

Technique: Simply Stringing & Crimping

Supplies & Materials:
freshwater pearls, Egyptian Tube Clasp, 2.5mm Sterling silver seamless beads, 4mm Sterling silver daisy spacers, Flexible beading wire, 2mm Sterling silver crimp beads, 3mm Sterling silver crimp covers, Crimping Tool, Bead Stoppers, Flush Cutters

Beads & Components: Our example features organically shaped top drilled freshwater pearl beads, faceted amethyst tear drop beads, aquamarine briolette beads, and top drilled lemon quartz beads. All beads are spaced with sterling silver seamless round beads and bright sterling silver daisy beads. Three strands are joined together with an Egyptian tube clasp.

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1 Lay out your design on a multi strand bead board. This will help you distribute your colored gemstone beads evenly among the freshwater pearls.  
2 Cut 3 pieces of flexible beading wire, length will depend on the desired size of the finished bracelet size  
3 Clip on a bead stopper to one end of each piece of beading wire.     
4 Begin stringing beads onto the first strand, then the second, then the third.    
5 When all three strands are completed, begin to crimp the strands to a multi-strand clasp, one strand add a time.
   
6 Add the finishing touch by covering your crimps with crimp covers.    
 
 
 
 
 
 
     
 
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