Measure and cut 16cm of light chain. Cut 11 pieces of chain ranging between 1.5cm and 2.5cm.
Thread onto a headpin a bead of your choice, with the cutting part of the pliers trim the headpin 1cm above the bead. With the round nosed part bend it into a loop but donâ€™t close it yet. Repeat for all of your beads. For the necklace you will need fifty five pale pink, eleven rosy pink, eleven amethyst and six Indian pink bicones.
To attach the short lengths of chain, thread the end link of one short length onto a bent headpin after the bead, donâ€™t close the loop yet. Make ten more.
To attach all of the beaded headpins and beaded headpins with chain to the 16cm length of chain, thread the loop of the headpin through a chain link. With the round nosed part of the pliers squeeze closed. Leave approximately 1.5cm of chain either side of the beaded section
Cut two 40cm lengths of pink ribbon. Fold the end of the ribbon and place inside a ribbon crimp. With the flat part of the pliers squeeze flat. With a sharp pair of scissors trim the other end of the ribbon at an angle. Repeat for the other length of ribbon.
With the round nosed part of the pliers, open a 5mm jump ring, loop through the end link of the large beaded section of chain, attach the loop of the ribbon crimp and close the jump ring. Repeat for the other end.
Make your bracelet in the same way using eighty pale pink beads, six rosy pink, six amethyst, five Indian pink bicones and six short pieces of chain. Add a trigger clasp to finish.
This is what your finished set should look like.