Knotted organza ribbon easily holds bronze ceramic beads in place, interspersed with complimenting coloured jump rings and bead tips. For that finishing touch, tie an organza ribbon bow onto the necklace. The bracelet hides elasticity within for a perfect finish that will fit even the smallest wrist comfortably and complete the set.
Cut 1m of black ribbon. Approximately 40cm from one end tie a knot and pull tight.
Using a pair of pliers squeeze the eye of an eyepin so that it will fit through the bead tip. Thread the ribbon through the small hole of a bead tip and push through with the eyepin.
Thread three 8mm antique gold jump rings onto the ribbon. Push the ribbon through a ceramic bead with the eyepin. Repeat until you have threaded eight ceramic beads onto the ribbon with three jump rings at the end.
Push the ribbon through the large hole of a bead tip. Tie a knot in the ribbon after the bead tip to hold the beads snugly in place. Make sure the ribbon is the same length either side of the beads and trim at an angle with a sharp pair of scissors.
Cut 25cm of ribbon. Tie in a bow over one of the knots, after a bead tip. Cut the ends of the ribbon as shown.
To make the bracelet, cut two 20cm lengths of elasticity. Add eleven ceramic beads with three jump rings either side of each bead. Tie the elasticity in a few knots and thread the ends back through the beads.
This is what your finished set should look like.