How to Make a Silicone Bead Bracelet | Tutorial

How to Make a Silicone Bead Bracelet | Tutorial

Learn to make a Silicone Beaded Bracelet or Wristlet

This simple craft is perfect as a personalized present for close friends, family members, educators. Making a beaded keychain bracelet or wristlet only takes around 10 minutes and is easy to do!

Desire a cute keychain or require something to assist you track your secrets simpler? This bead keychain wristlet is the best way to carry your secrets. It's adorable, trendy, as well as personalized with names, shades, prints, shapes, as well as a lot more. The possibilities are unlimited for colors!

Silicone Beaded Wristlet

A handmade wristlet keychain is easy to make and makes a terrific present. They're extremely easy to make, economical, and so adorable! You can include names to them or simply colorful silicone beads.

Grab some leopard grains for a leopard keychain wristlet, glitter beads for a glitter keychain, and a lot more! Ready to get going on your do it yourself silicone bead keychain? Obtain all the products and also step-by-step tutorial below!

Round Beads

Hexagon Beads

Supplies for Silicone Beaded Bracelet:

  • 19mm Silicone Beads x 18
  • 25-inch piece of cord
  • Scissors
  • Lighter
  • Crafting Needle
  • Keychain with Lobster Claw

How to Make a Bead Wristlet

Take the ends of your cord and run your lighter over them to secure the ends. This assists to make beading easier and keeps the cord from tearing. You only need to run the lighter for 1-2 secs.

String all of your beads onto the cord into a color pattern of your choosing. If you are adding name/letter beads, put half the beads before the letters, and half after the letter beads.

Include the latch on the end, over the beads.

Tie the cable into a double knot, as tight as you can. I do one knot, pull it tight, and then do the 2nd knot, drawing it super tight once more.

Take your crafting needle and also string the beads through it.

Thread the string through the beads, very carefully. You might need a set of crafting pliers to help you draw the needle right through the bead.

Once the string is with the beads remove the needle. Draw the string firmly so the knot winds up inside the bead. This will hide the knot as well as safeguard it.

Cut the strings as close to the bead as you can.

Run the lighter over the cut finishes to secure them. You'll want the ends to melt as well as wind up inside of the bead.

Your bracelet is all done!

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