This bracelet has 'enameled' red heart charms mixed with sparkly red beads and a few numbers, 1-10 to be exact. The numbers float in between the more substantial, painted hearts and red beds. The bracelet could be personalized with the wearer's significant numbers, perhaps the ages when the lovers met, the numbers of their first date, or a lucky number.
Note that some of the heart charms are placed back-to-back to make two sided charms. The charms open and add movement to the bracelet. If you didn't want the charms to flip apart you can glue them together with a glue such as E-6000 or Beacon 527.
Lay the three strands of chain out in order as shown.
Using your chain nose pliers open an 11 mm jump ring and thread it through the end links on the chains and through the ring on the spring ring clasp. Close securely. Repeat on the other end of the chain lengths, adding the 1 inch section of extender chain.
Create your bead dangles by stacking beads and plastic flowers onto head pins and looping the head pins with your round nose pliers. Set aside.
Using your chain nose pliers attach the number charms, painted hearts and bead dangles to the Pyknic Cable chain length. You may wish to lay out the placement of the charms, dangles and numbers before you begin attaching them.