Pink Butterfly Bracelet-
Supplies needed for above bracelet: Split Rings Butterfly castings: 1965 (lot contains 10 beads, 2 different styles, for $14, enough to make 5 bracelets) (We also have them in pink, p/n 2086 as well as some dark colors, 2100 which was an antique gold w/ garnet stones.) Square center casting: 2007 would be a good choice or 2008 in green.. Clasp: p/n 1213 was used for this project. Beading wire Crimps Pliers Some filler silver beads in various sizes and bead caps. This gorgeous bracelet was designed using 3 of our castings, coming from 2 different lots. This basic design is a good example of how a lot or bag of our beads can be stretched throughout several projects with ease, to keep your overall costs down, but still produce an amazing product. We started by finding a nice square focal bead, and used split rings to link the focal with the two butterfly castings. In the example our butterfly castings are going the same direction, however, if one were flipped it would frame the focal nicely as well. On the other side of the butterfly castings we used a wire technique to make a loop through the two holes, which the remaining beads were strung onto, to complete the piece. We finished off the piece by crimping on the clasp. We did this by putting the wire through the holes on the end and placing a crimp on the end, which seats into cut out holes on the backside of all our clasps as shown.