Team gorgeous pink crystals with cool silver with Jane Kharade's pretty lily bracelet
What you need...
- Swarovski light rose round crystals, 6mm x 15
- Pink freshwater pearls, 6mm x 13
- PMC silver clay
- Nylon monofilament
- Crimp beads
- Three bead end head pins
- Lobster clasp
- Jump rings: 5mm, 6mm, 10mm
- TOOLS: pliers, round-nosed, flat-nosed, snipe-nosed; wire cutters; round cutter, 15mm; PMC kit (855 050); mini alphabet blocks; needle files; small flowers brass plate (700 505); Badger Balm; permanent marker pen; scalpel
Stamp an initial into a small piece of silver clay and cut out with a 15mm round cutter, adding a hole in the top for hanging. Fire and quench the charm, then clean with a wire brush and blacken the initial with a permanent marker pen. Make up a large silver lily as for the necklace, thread with a pearl on a head pin and make a neat loop.
Thread a callotte and crimp onto a length of monofilament. String two crystals and two pearls, then repeat until the bracelet is long enough. Add another callotte and crimp.
Attach a 5mm jump ring and a clasp to one end and a 6mm jump ring to the other. Hang a 10mm jump ring from the bracelet via a 5mm jump ring. Suspend the lily charm, a crystal drop and the initial charm from the 10mm ring via three 5mm jump rings.
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