g. It is surprisingly easy to make and you can be sure your bracelet will be unique due to the random mix of beads.
Thread 1 rocaille followed by 2 to 4 beads onto a headpin. With round nosed pliers curl the end wire round to hold the beads on. Do not close the ring at this point. For a good, chunky bracelet make at least 50 of these.
Cut about 18cm of chain. Beginning at one end of the chain hook a beaded headpin through a chain link. To secure, curl the excess headpin wire around the stem of the headpin with flat nosed pliers.
To make the flower decoration cut 50cm of lacemakers wire. Pick up a lime green rocaille & move it to the middle of the wire. Thread both ends of the wire through a largish (6 to 8mm) bead. To make a petal pick up 15 pink rocailles. Thread the wire back through the first rocaille you added of the 15. Make 2 more petals on this side. Repeat on the other end of the wire.
Twist the wire ends together directly underneath the central bead. Then thread through a link in the centre of the chain. To secure, wrap the wire around itself several times. Cut off any excess.
To attach the toggle clasp open up a jump ring and thread through the last link at one end of the bracelet. Hook on one half of the toggle clasp. Close the jump ring. Repeat on the other side with the other half of the toggle clasp.
Your finished bracelet should look something like this.