Beadalon Bracelet Jig Idea

Beadalon Break 2015-a week full of DIY Jewelry Making  tutorialsDayyyyyyy FIVE of Spring Beadalon Break!

I have been helping with set up of the Jesse James Beads booth at Bead Fest Spring since 9AM today.  Where does the time go??  I will be teaching 10 classes at this Bead Fest.

No pressure.

(yeah right!)

It’s pouring right now–a good day for ducks, as my dad  says!

And to test drive the new Beadalon Bracelet Jig!

Beadalon Bracelet Jig Project from Candie CooperI’m doing this post in two parts.  For the first part, you’ll need the Beadalon Bracelet Jig, basic plier set plus some bead strands.Using Artistic Wire with the Bracelet JigString the beads onto 18g. Artistic Wire. Wire Working in Jewelry MakingNext, wrap your wire around the first peg on the jig, slide the bead(s) into place, put a peg in next to them and wrap the wire around it.

Beadalon Bracelet JigKeep going, adding a peg and wrapping after each flower for a total of 3 (but you could use more!).

Stay tuned to see how I use my Bracelet Jig focal piece.

In the meantime check out some of the bracelets below made by Meredith Roddy and Wyatt White at Beadalon!

Candie <3

P.S. In love with those rose beads?  Get your own from!DIY Bangle Bracelet Making with Beadalon Bracelet Jig

DIY Bracelet Making

Bangle Bracelet made with Beadalon Bracelet Jig


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  1. […] has the time gone?  So in the last post, I showed you Beadalon’s new bracelet jig tool.  Now let’s turn that piece into a bracelet topper. When you pull the piece from the […]

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