Making a Safety Pin Bracelet
This is a guide about safety pin bracelet
. Starting with just safety pins and a variety of beads, you can create a unique bracelet.
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This is an easy, quick, useful, and nearly free project for you to make. With a few safety pins and beads, you can create a one of a kind piece of jewelry for yourself or a friend. No special skills required.
**This would be a fun tween slumber party project.:)
Total Time: Under 30 minutes
- 14 3/4" long safety pins
- 42 size "e" glass beads
- 14 5 millimeter triangle glass beads
- jump ring
- jewelry needle nose pliers
This bracelet was made for an average woman's 6 1/2" wrist. I like my bracelets loose, and this one dangles about 1". You can easily make this smaller or larger by adding less or more safety pins.
- Open your first pin and place your first three beads like so, close your pin.
- Open your second pin and insert it into your beaded pin here.
- Place your beads as before, close. The next pin and each thereafter will be inserted into the "top" hole of the safety pin.
- Continue in this manner until you have all 14 pins connected and beaded.
- Now take your jump ring and pass it through a pin on one end.
- Pass it through your clasp as well.
- Close your jump ring securely, you are now able to fasten your bracelet.
- You will simply attach your clasp to the pin on the other end of your bracelet, simple as that!
- As you can see, I also made a version with a tiny pearl first, and then 2 small beads stacked on top. The possibilities are endless.
- I love bracelets, so will be making all different colors. What inexpensive and fun gifts these will make too! Have fun:)
July 21, 20150 found this helpful
This is a guide about making a beaded safety pin bracelet. Safety pins and various beads can be used for a beautiful, easy to make bracelet.
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Does anyone have the instuctions for making a bracelet out of safteypins and beads?
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