DIY Saraswati Inspired Bracelet with Brittany Chavers

Today we're going to be making an earring and bracelet duo using the Goddess Bead mix in Saraswati. We will also be pairing these beads with some of our goddess connectors, signature gold chains, and findings.

For the earrings, we will be using one of our floral connectors. Since this connector has 4 connection points, we are going to remove 2 with our cutting tool. This gives us a simpler 2-point connection. When removing loops from connectors, try to cut as close to the base as possible to avoid any pointy bits of metal.

For our main bracelet component, we will be wire-wrapping our focal beads to 22 gauge round wire. You can also use a 20 or even an 18 if you're looking for more of a bar look. This wire will be secured onto the gold chain that will make up our bracelet. You can use any gold chain you like, we recommend something with smaller links to compliment the larger focal and sparkle beads.

What You'll Need:




Goddess Bead Mix in Saraswati Goddess Connectors

Round Nose Pliers

Toggle Clasp Bent Nose Pliers
Chain Cutting Tool
22 Gauge Wire
Ball Head Pins
Earring Wires

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Thank you so much for joining us for another fabulous jewelry-making video tutorial. Stay tuned for more beading education. We release new tutorials every week!

All Heart,

Your Friends At Jesse James Beads


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