Bracelet Pattern using safety pins, beads, and stretch cord
 




   
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Safety Pin Bracelet Project with Iridescent E-Beads from BJ's Craft Supplies - Safety Pin Jewelry Project - Free Pattern for Safety Pin Bracelet Project


Contributed by Pam Stryker

Create this lovely and interesting bracelet with safety pins, iridescent e-beads, mushroom beads, and stretch jewelry cord. Easy and versatile, use different colored e-beads, different types of beads, different colored safety pins, different size safety pins and different patterns for your beads. All materials listed in the material list are linked to the page on this site where you can purchase the product.


Materials Needed:

Instructions

1. Pour a small amount of glue onto a disposable plate or piece of heavy paper.

2. Open safety pin and thread 5 e-beads onto the prong of each safety pin leaving room to refasten the pin.

3. Dip the end of the safety pin into the glue and fasten.

4. Cut 2 lengths of stretch jewelry cord, approximately 10" to 12" long. Slide one length of cord through the hole in the bottom of a finished safety pin, then through a mushroom bead, then through the hole in the head of the next safety pin. Continue stringing safety pins in this sequence until desired length. Securely tie the ends of the threaded stretch cord. Trim cord and tuck remaining ends back into the holes of the safety pins and secure with a spot of glue onto the inside of one of the safety pins.

5. Thread the second piece of stretch jewelry cord through the opposite end of each pin, including a mushroom bead between each pin making sure to string them in the same order as they are on the first cord. Knot securely, trim, tuck remaining ends into the safety pin holes and hold with a spot of glue in the inside of one of the safety pins.

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