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A Step by Step Guide to making your Chrysalis Bracelet

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					A Step by Step Guide to making your Chrysalis Bracelet
Step 1: Choose your bracelet style and length. We have several different thicknesses and lengths available. Pick two stoppers that fit the bracelet. You will need large stoppers for the thicker chain bracelets and small stoppers for the thinner chain bracelets. Example below:

Step 2:

Step 3:

Decide your bead colour theme, e.g. 1) Black, red and whites with silver mix 2) Green and white with silver mix 3) Blues and reds with gold mix Select how many beads you would like to add to your bracelet and which designs within your colour theme. Examples below:

Step 4:

Step 5:

Select how many charms you would like to add to your bracelet. Examples below:

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Step 6:

Next select charm spacers that you can hang your selected charms from. These have a small hook that the lobster claw clasp of the charm clips on to. Example below:

Step 7:

Next select your spacers. These are usually an odd number, e.g 5, 7 or 9. Examples below:

Step 8:

Now it’s time to assemble your bracelet. Here are some examples of order that you can follow: Example 1: Spacer, bead, spacer, bed, charm spacer, spacer, bead, charm spacer, spacer, bead, charm spacer, bead, spacer then last of all fix on your stoppers. Example 2: Spacer, spacer, bead, charm spacer, spacer, bead, spacer, charm spacer, bead, spacer, bead, charm spacer, bead, spacer, charm spacer, bead, spacer and spacer then fix on your stoppers.

Step 9: Step 10:

Fix your charms onto the charm spacers. IMPORTANT – Please make sure that the stoppers are fastened in between the silver stations on the snake bracelet either end. This is to stop the beads and spacer from falling off. The above is only a guide which uses every item of the range. You may decide to use a mix of spacers or beads according to your own design. This also applies to making Chrysalis necklaces.

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