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          How to Make Super Trendy Seed Bead Bracelets in Minutes

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          Seed bead accessories are definitely making a comeback, which we LOVE, because they are seriously one of the simplest types of jewelry to make. (The hardest part is actually wrangling the tiny beads — which can be as small as a millimeter in diameter!) Follow this step-by-step tutorial to make a whole stack to layer (or gift!) in less than an hour.

          Seed bead bracelet tutorial

          Materials needed:

          • 3-4 different colored seed beads, size 11/0
          • 1 seed bead needle 
          • Jewelry nylon
          • 1 extender chain
          • Clasp
          • Jump rings
          • Double-cup bead tip
          • Charms (optional)
          • Pliers 

          Photos via Oh Everything Handmade

          Step 1

          Cut a piece of 13-14" nylon string, thread the needle on, and slide it to the center. 

          Step 2

          At the end of the string, make a double knot.

          Step 3

          Add a double-cup bead tip to the end to cover the knot.

          Step 4

          Measure your wrist and start threading on the seed beads, stopping once you reached your desired length. 

          Step 5

          When the bracelet is long enough, add the second double-cup bead tip, and make a double knot again. 

          Step 6

          Finish the bracelet by closing the double-cup bead tips and adding your charms. Use the same method above to make 2 to 3 more strings. Attach all three to the same clasp and extender chain.

          That's all there is to it!

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