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 Instructions for Safety Pin Bracelet with Acrylic Beads from Craft Supply Depot - Safety Pin Jewelry Instructions - Free Instructions - Free Jewelry Craft Project Ideas

Safety pin jewelry is a great way to create unique pieces to match your wardrobe. This variation is made with 4mm acylic faceted beads in the colors of your choice. Your friends will be surprised when you tell them it is made with safety pins.

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Materials Needed:

Make 20 - Thread beads onto pin using the pattern in Figure A. Dip the end of the safety pin in glue and close pin.

Make 40 - Thread beads onto pin using the pattern in Figure B. Dip the end of the safety pin in glue and close pin.

Cut 2 lengths of your cord, approximately 8" to 12" long. Slide one length of cord through the hole in the bottom of a finished safety pin, then through the hole in the head of the next safety pin. Continue stringing safety pins, alternating threading the head and the bottom of the pin until desired length. Securely tie the ends of the threaded stretch cord and dot knot with glue. Trim cord and tuck remaining ends back into the holes of the safety pins and secure with a spot of glue onto the inside of one of the safety pins.

Thread the second piece of stretch jewelry cord through the opposite end of each pin, making sure to string them in the same order as they are on the first cord. Knot securely, trim and dot knot with glue, tuck remaining ends into the safety pin holes and hold with a spot of glue in the inside of one of the safety pins.

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