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Hunna Hunna Bracelet

Glass beads and jewelry wire help bring this unique bracelet to life.

By Fernando DaSilva for Beadalon


  • Beadalon 49 Strand, 24k gold plated .018 in. jewelry wire
  • 7 - 4mm Plum round glass beads
  • 3 - 8mm Plum rondelle glass beads
  • 15 - 8mm Purple round cat eye faceted glass beads
  • 1 - 2 in. Ball star head pin, gold plated
  • 1 - 20.6mm Large toggle clasp, gold plated
  • 2 - Size #2 Crimp tubes, gold plated
  • 48 - 6mm Jump rings, silver plated
  • Designer crimper
  • Designer Ergo chain nose pliers
  • Designer flush cutter
  • Designer Ergo round nose pliers


  1. Cut 9 in. of Beadalon 49 Strand 24k gold plated .018 in. jewelry wire. Attach the wire to the circle portion of the toggle clasp using a crimp tube. Carefully secure the crimp tube using the crimper.
  2. Thread beads onto the wire as shown in the photo. Use three jump rings as spacers in between the large beads.
  3. Attach toggle portion of the toggle clasp to the other end using crimp tube. Be sure to leave some slack in the strand for comfortable wear.


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