Beebeecraft Basic jewelry designs-create your own charm bracelet

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Summary: This is a basic jewelry design. It will mainly show you how to create your own charm bracelet using edible candy and jewelry making chain. Super easy and amusing!

If you love eating Lucky Charms cereal, perhaps you’d also love to wear them. The brightly colored candies actually look adorable as charms for special themed jewelry designs, such as a New Year necklace, Christmas bracelet, etc. Here, in this post, I will show you how to create your own charm bracelet for a fantastic candy party.

Supplies needed in jewelry designs:

Lucky Charms cereal

Mod Podge Dimensional Magic

String materials crafting wire

Side Cutting Plier

Round Nose Plier jewelry making tools

Chain

Lobster Claw Clasp

Jumpring

Paint Brush

Waxed Paper

Small Plate

Directions on how to create your own charm bracelet:

Step 1: pick out the candy pieces you prefer, all sorts of shape and color.

Step 2: cut segments of 3cm-long jewelry wire. Curve each wire into horseshoe shape around round nose pliers. Then insert the wire into each candy as the picture shows.

Step3: after making 12 or so candy charms, take a piece of waxed paper and then lay out all the charms on the paper and on a small plate.

Slightly paint a thin layer of Mod Podge on top of each candy. Wait for it to dry completely.

Step 4: take the prepared chain strand and hang the candy charms using jumprings on it.

Soon you’ll have your creative charm bracelet finished!

However, if you want to simplify the jewelry designs on how to create your own charm bracelet, try using the pre-made charms out of glass or clay. I recommend you try it out my way. It’s so much more fun and amusing to make it this way!  What do you think??

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