Beaded Joy Of Spring Bracelet Tutorial

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Beaded Joy Of Spring Bracelet Tutorial Pattern


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Pattern Details:

Pattern Details





Skill Level:

small skill level requirement Beginner

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Secure your beadwork with a square/surgeon's knot

Pattern Description:

In this tutorial you'll learn how to make a beaded Joy of Spring bracelet with crystal bicones, freshwater pearls, pearl and seed beads. Beading is made easy with these step-by-step instructions and full color illustrations.

Immerse in the joy of Spring with this handmade bracelet of nature in its most subtle colors. Chic oval pearls have found their delicate abode in this opulent Spring creation. Pretty bicone florals and fresh green sprouting bicone leaves abound, it is intricate in its simplicity. The oval pearls are around 5mm wide while all the bicones are 4mm in length. This bracelet will make an aesthetic impact on its wearer, definitely! Try beads of other colors as you may. You may also replace the oval pearls by round ones.

You will receive the tutorial in PDF readable format. File size is about 500 KB.

Please do not distribute, sell or reproduce this tutorial in any form.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • flowers are around 1 cm width, excluding leaf


  • 3 mm Cream Pearls 15 pc
  • 5 mm Oval Freshwater Pearls 32 pc
  • 4 mm Clear Swarovski Crystal Bicones 20 pc
  • 4 mm Sun Swarovski Crystal Bicones 23 pc
  • 4 mm Silk Swarovski Crystal Bicones 23 pc
  • 4 mm Chrysolite Swarovski Crystal Bicones 15 pc
  • 1.5 mm(11/0) Silver or any matching color Seed Beads 15 pc
  • Toggle Clasp 1 set (or other types of clasp)
  • 0.25mm Nylon String (200 cm) 1 pc
  • ** The above bead count is for a bracelet of approx. length 20 cm, excluding clasp.

You Will Also Need:

  • scissors

About Designer

About Designer

Splendere on

Always captivated by the sparkle of jewelry. Curious to know how to make them. Especially love the soft sheen of pearls. Perhaps it's because part of my name is in it. Started to learn beading skills and now deeply in love with it. Please let me share this joy with you.

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