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In this project, I will teach you the way make interchangeable bead and chain bracelet watch bands, which do really evoke the sense of stunning ingenious bracelet patterns with beads.
In this project, I will teach you the way make interchangeable bead and chain bracelet watch bands, which do really evoke the sense of stunning ingenious bracelet patterns with beads.

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  • How to make a watch. Mixed Bracelet Watch Bands - Step 1
    Step 1

    Step1: preparation and adorn your suede

    1. Measure your individual wrist circumference and figure out how long each side would be;

    2. Cut your chain and suede to that size;

    3. Direct the suede cord through one middle-sized jumpring, with about 1cm long part. Fold the short tail and glue to itself to secure the jumpring;

    4. Do repeat the same process to 4 ends of 2 suede strands;

    5. Glue and secure the crystals onto suede cord neatly and evenly.

  • How to make a watch. Mixed Bracelet Watch Bands - Step 2
    Step 2

    Step2: Connect chain and suede cord to watch face firstly

    By using four small-sized jumprings, attach the chain strands and well-decorated suede cords to the four outer ports on watch face.

  • How to make a watch. Mixed Bracelet Watch Bands - Step 3
    Step 3

    Step3: work the rest bracelet patterns with beads

    1. Tie a string of tiger tail wire to the middle port and secure with another knot;

    2. Slide on the 3mm Round Seed Beads until it reaches to same length as your chain and suede cord;

    3. Tie and secure the end tail to another middle-sized jumpring tautly;

    4. Make a mirror image on the other side.

  • How to make a watch. Mixed Bracelet Watch Bands - Step 4
    Step 4

    Step4: add on clasp

    To the ending, collect three branches with a jumpring. Add on the clasp to either tip and this is your new bracelet watch bands.

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Steph.
Steph. · Reading, England, GB · 212 projects
xD yeah!
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Steph.
Steph. · Reading, England, GB · 212 projects
nice... i bought one from Argos a bit like that...
only a LOT more expensive!!
Sophia K.
Sophia K. · 134 projects
It's much cheaper to make one!
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