Cha-Cha Bracelet with Glass Beads

STEP 1
String one 4mm triangle aqua blue AB bead onto a headpin. Using round-nose pliers, chain-nose pliers and flush-cutters, form a simple loop on the straight end of the wire, creating a 4mm triangle aqua blue AB bead drop.

Repeat to create the following bead drops using one 1-1/2 inch headpin and one bead each:
  • Eight 4mm triangle aqua blue AB bead drops
  • Eight 4mm triangle light blue AB bead drops
  • Eight 4mm triangle light green AB bead drops
  • Eight 4mm triangle pink AB bead drops
  • Eight 4mm triangle clear AB bead drops
  • Eight 4mm triangle purple AB bead drops
  • Eight 4mm triangle black AB bead drops
  • Eight 4mm triangle light brown AB bead drops
  • Twenty 6mm cube pink AB bead drops
  • Twenty 6mm cube purple AB bead drops
  • Twenty 6mm cube clear AB bead drops
  • Twenty 6mm cube black AB bead drops
  • Twenty 6mm cube light blue AB bead drops
  • Twenty 6mm cube light brown AB bead drops
  • Twenty 6mm cube lime green AB bead drops
  • Twenty 6mm cube gold AB bead drops
  • Twenty 6mm cube aqua blue AB bead drops
STEP 2
Using a pair of chain-nose pliers, open the loop on a 4mm triangle aqua blue AB bead drop. Pass the open loop through the first loop on the bracelet. Close the loop.

Repeat to attach two bead drops to each of the loops on the bracelet in a random color pattern.

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