Bead Doctor Tutorial – Rondelle Bracelet

Make this pretty Rondelle Bracelet in minutes. Two easy steps is all it takes for instant style! 
  • Bead Doctor Tutorial - Rondelle Bracelet Step 1: Gather your materials

    Step 1: Gather materials

    Find a list of everything you will need below.

    Pause the steps at any time by mousing over the slideshow and clicking the pause button. Click the pause button again to continue.

    Use the left-right arrows or slide numbers to navigate.

  • Bead Doctor Tutorial - Rondelle Bracelet Step 2: Cut 30cm of Elasticity and add beads

    Step 2: Cut elasticity and add beads

    Cut 30cm of Elasticity.

    Thread on a pearl followed by a rondelle until the bracelet is the desired length

  • Bead Doctor Tutorial - Rondelle Bracelet Step 3: Tie Elasticity and trim excess

    Step 3: Knot and trim Elasticity

    Pull the Elasticity tight to gather up the beads and tie a few tight knots

    Trim any excess Elasticity.

    Add a dab of clear nail varnish to the knot if you wish

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Bead Doctor Tutorial: Rondelle Bracelet

A quick make!

Hello everyone, What a busy week I have been having. Mainly in front of the T.V. Luckily we have had decent weather as we have a giant screen erected on Brighton beach showing Olympic coverage and classic films. As well as all the exciting sport, I have already been to see Jaws. It proved very atmospheric when you sitting next to the sea! I also saw my favourite film of all time, Labyrinth.

In between all of this armchair entertainment I have had chance to cram in a very quick make. Luckily, our new rondelle beads are so stunning they don’t need much embellishment. If you are short of time my pearl and rondelle bracelet is a perfect quick make.

Giving it away!

For a chance to win all the materials needed to make this lovely rondelle bracelet we’d like you to tell us what you would like to make with our rondelle mix of the month. Please let us know in the comments box below by Sunday 19th August 2012 for a chance to win. The winner will then be notified by email and asked for their postal address. Good luck everyone!

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Comments

  1. Meshenda says:

    I really love the design of this bracelet. But if i was using the rondelles i would want a darker colour pearl bead to really make the rondelles stand out. i’d have to make a necklace and earrings too!!

  2. Gemma says:

    As I am about to return to work next week following my maternity leave I don’t have a lot of time on my hands but could do with a little sparkle in my life at this difficult transition time – so I would simply make the featured bracelet and would cherish it!

  3. vicky says:

    love the braclet youve used its so simple and quick Id be tempted to place them in between clusters of cubic right angle weave to give a different chunky look

  4. Rachael says:

    I love this and would want to make it for my niece who is getting married later this year. I would keep the design basically the same but steal a couple of the rondelles to make matching earrings. :)

  5. vicki cleeve says:

    I’d love to make a dark coloured bracelet and earrings. These beads add a brilliant sparkle.

  6. Leigh Morrison says:

    I would make a beautiful bracelet to wear for my 10th wedding anniversary celebrations.

  7. Gayle McNamee says:

    I would make a beautiful bracelet, necklace and earrings with some beautiful brightly coloured beads.

  8. Sue says:

    I would add some silver chainmaille to the beads to add the bling factor to a bracelet and earring set.

  9. Alys says:

    I’d use jet black beads instead of the white pearls, to make it a little less traditional, a black version of this would look stunning with a plain black dress or to sparkle up a plain black suit. I’d also make a matching necklace:) Using a few different coloured pearls would look nice too with all the different rondelle colours :D

  10. Jenny says:

    Angels!

  11. Kirsten Murphy says:

    i would use the rondelles with Haematite crystals to add some sparkle
    to a grounding bracelet

  12. Julie Newman says:

    These are gorgeous beads. I would makes lots of gorgeous jewellery, perhaps combining it with pearls to make matching sets of earrings, necklaces and stretch bracelets. I love sparkly jewellery and I always love a matching set.

  13. Helen says:

    I have actually bought the rondelles and Intend to make a bracelet with crystal rounds instead of pearls. I think it will be so sparkly and eye catching that everyone will love it :)

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