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Cotton Candy Beaded Bracelet

By: Absolute Crystal Components

Let the soft hues of the pastel beads in the DIY bracelet remind you of yummy, sweet cotton candy as you string together the beads. The Cotton Candy Beaded Bracelet Pattern is a subtle piece of jewelry that can be worn just about any day. With multiple colors in this free beaded bracelet pattern, it is easy to match it to just about any shirt or dress you may want to wear. If the pattern of multiple colors is a bit too flashy for you, you could easily learn how to bead a bracelet in just one color. 

Primary TechniqueBeadwork



Project TypeMake a Project

Materials List

  • 5 8mm Swarovski Crystal Round Light Sapphire
  • 5 8mm Swarovski Crystal Round Jonquil
  • 5 8mm Swarovski Crystal Round Light Rose
  • 5 8mm Swarovski Crystal Round Peridot
  • 20 Mini Flower Spacer Bead
  • 1 foot of 0.8mm Elasticity Spool

Cotton Candy Beaded Bracelet

Beaded Bracelet Instructions

  1. Getting Started: Cut a piece of Elasticity stretchy cord of 11” long.

  2. Creating the Pattern: Securing one of the ends of the stretchy cord string one 8mm Round in Jonquil and one mini flower spacer, one 8mm Round - Light Rose, one spacer, one 8mm crystal in Light sapphire, another spacer, one 8mm Round in Peridot finalizing with a mini flower spacer Bead.  Repeat this pattern four more times.

  3. Closing the bracelet: To close the bracelet in a secure way with will be making a Surgeon’s knot. Take the two ends of your crystal strand and cross the right end over the left and go through the loop. Go through again. Pull the ends to tighten. Cross the left end over the right and go through once. Tighten.

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I make lots of stretchy bracelts for my mom. She has trouble working with clasps, so I make bracelets for her in all her favorite colors. These beads are so beautiful. Right now I am into the beachy look, so I will look for some turquoise beads and make a bracelet this week.

This is such a cute and very dainty looking bracelet. I love the colors of the beads. It reminds me of spring and Easter. I love making these elastic bracelets for my grand daughter because they are so easy for her to take on and off by herself. I also make these for gifts for people when I am not sure of their wrist size. It is easier to guess on the elastic bracelets instead of the strung ones which would be a lot harder to take apart and make smaller. I can see this this bracelet being made for Christmas out of red and green. Nice tutorial and so fast and easy.

When you cross the right over the left, the loop is right below it. You are simply making a crossover knot and pulling it down tightly. Try it with a junk piece of thread first and I think you'll understand!

In directions it said to close make a surgeons knot cross the right over the left and go through the loop what loop????


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