Learn how fun and easy it is to make stretchy bracelets with this kit. Create four colorful designs, each one representing an Earth Element: Earth, Water, Air and Fire. Each bracelet has a beautifully detailed charm representing an Element. We've supplied quality ingredients, including Swarovski crystals, Czech glass pony beads and lead-free pewter charms.
This is a fun bracelet set to wear on Earth Day in April.
6 grams of Czech size 6 christmas green AB silver lined iridescent pony seed beads
1 Swarovski crystal 4mm simply green bicone bead mix
6 grams of Czech size 6 mixed blue pony seed beads (unavailable online)
6 grams of Czech size 6 crystal clear pony seed beads
30 Swarovski 4mm crystal transparent bicones
6 grams of Czech size 6 light orange copper lined pony seed beads
30 Swarovski crystal 4mm fire opal bicones
1 TierraCast birch leaf metal charm in antique silver
1 TierraCast koi fish metal charm in antique silver
1 TierraCast feather metal charm in antique silver
1 TierraCast spiral heart metal charm in antique silver
4 TierraCast 20g oval jumprings with silver finish
4 feet of 1mm clear Stretch Magic stretchy cord
You will also need a dab of glue or clear nail polish to strengthen and seal the knots on your bracelets - not included.
Attach one jumpring to each one of your four charms.
TIP - Use two pairs of pliers to open and close jumprings properly.
Put each charm with its corresponding bead colors:
Tape one end of the stretchy cord, so your beads do not fall off the end. Choose one Element family of beads and the corresponding charm, such as the blue beads and fish charm representing the Water element.
Randomly string half of the beads on to your Stretch Magic cord.
IMPORTANT NOTE - For the other three bracelets, you will alternate pony and bicone beads.
Tie a square knot - right over left, then left over right to make a knot that's both tight and tidy.
Add a dab of glue or nail polish on the knot and allow it to completely dry.
Carefully snip off any dangling ends of the stretchy cord without disturbing the knot.