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Golden Summer Anklet

Updated December 14, 2017

A perfect piece of jewelry from Katie Hacker to show off during the summer.


  • One 11" length of .015 diameter
  • Gold Beadalon® 7 gold spring ring clasp and split ring
  • Twelve 1.3mm gold crimp beads
  • Five 15mm yellow/orange triangular art glass beads
  • Ten 6mm yellow glass tube beads
  • Beadalon® Wire Nipper Tool
  • Beadalon® Crimp Tool



  1. Place a crimp bead 1/2" from the end of the Beadalon® 7 Strand wire. String the wire through half of the clasp and back into the crimp bead to form a loop. Use the Crimp Tool to secure the crimp bead.
  2. Leaving 1" of wire exposed, string a crimp bead and secure with the Crimp Tool. String a yellow bead, an art glass bead, a yellow bead and a crimp bead. Crimp again using the Crimp Tool. Leave 1" of the Beadalon® wire exposed, and repeat. Repeat for five beaded sections.
  3. String a crimp bead 1/2" from the end of the Beadalon® 7. String the end through half of the clasp and place it back into the crimp bead to form a loop. Finish by using the Crimp Tool to secure the crimp bead onto the wire.

 Tip:  Follow the instructions on the Crimp Tool package to learn how to secure a crimp bead/tube.

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Just seems a bit sparse, with only 5 sections of beads, but the colors are gorgeous and they make me want to see more more more of them.


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