Silver Leaves Anklet


Made with bright red and turquoise beads, this Silver Leaves Anklet from Beadalon is perfect for any time of year.  You could wear it with a dress or use it to jazz up a simple jeans and tee ensemble.  Don't forget to make some for your friends, too!  If you'd rather not wear anklets, you could easily turn this pattern into a bracelet or necklace.  It's the perfect accessory for a southwestern outfit.

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silver leaf anklet


  • Beadalon® 7 Strand wire, red color, two 10" lengths of .018” diameter
  • Eight silver 1.5mm Crimp Beads
  • Two silver 2mm Crimp Tubes
  • One silver small Lobster Clasp
  • One silver 6mm jump ring
  • Three silver 4mm jump rings
  • 64 red seed beads
  • Eight 4mm round turquoise beads
  • Four 10mm silver leaves
  • Three 12mm silver word charms
  • Beadalon™ Crimper
  • Nipper tool



  1. Hold the both Beadalon 7 Strand wires together and string a crimp tube 1/2" from one end. Place the end through half of the clasp and back into the crimp tube. Use the crimping tool to crimp it.
  2. On one strand, leave 1/2" and string a crimp bead. Crimp it. String beads as follows: eight red seed beads, a turquoise bead, a leaf, a turquoise bead, eight seed beads and a crimp bead. Crimp it. Leave 2 1/2" and string another beaded section.
  3. On the other strand, leave 2 1/2", then string a beaded section using the pattern in Step 2. Leave 2 1/2" and string a second beaded section.
  4. Hold the strand ends together and string a crimp Tube 1/2" from the end. Place the end through half of the clasp and back into the crimp tube. Use crimp tool to crimp it.
  5. Connect a 4mm jump ring to each word charm. Attach a word charm to the exposed red strands between each beaded section as shown.

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This is very pretty and very stylish. I will have to do some modifications though. I do not work with metal, I work with cord so I will just convert it to hemp. The girl I want to make it for spends most of her summer in the pool so hemp is better than metal that may tarnish. Thank you for sharing.

The southwestern theme is so hot right now! This would be a great accessory for any fashion forward lady! :)


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