DIY Convertible Bracelet Choker V.2

DIY Convertible Bracelet Choker V.2

Earlier this month I shared a chain version of my DIY convertible bracelet choker. This week, I wanted to share the glass bead version that I love to wear as a bracelet. But it can be worn as a choker necklace or a wrap bracelet, it’s up to you!

Materials:

DIY Convertible Bracelet Choker V.2

Flat Nose PliersJump Ring + Jewelry Clasp  | Glass Beads | Crimp Beads | 1mm Bead & Jewelry Stretchy Cord

Procedures:

DIY Convertible Bracelet Choker V.2

Take the stretchy cord and wrap it around your wrist twice, leaving a comfortable amount of space between the chain and your wrist. I have a small wrist and neck, so I cut the cord to be 14 inches long.

DIY Convertible Bracelet Choker V.2

String on a crimp bead then a jump ring chain on one end.

DIY Convertible Bracelet Choker V.2

Fold the end of the cord over the jump ring and run it back through crimp bead as shown above. Use the flat nose pliers to crimp the bead down in place.

DIY Convertible Bracelet Choker V.2

String on the glass beads until you have about a half-inch of stretchy cord left.

DIY Convertible Bracelet Choker V.2

Put on a crimp bead then the jewelry clasp.

DIY Convertible Bracelet Choker V.2

Run the cord back through the crimp bead and crimp in place. Cut off the excess stretchy cord then you’re all finished!

DIY Convertible Bracelet Choker V.2

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