Gold Link Bracelet DIY

This cute little bracelet was so fast and easy to make!

I'm not much of a bracelet person.  I have big wrists and bracelets always seem to clank around on everything and annoy me.  But, when I received these beads and supplies from Whole Port, a bracelet is the first thing that came to my mind!

Have you ever checked out Whole Port? They have a BUNCH of beading supplies! I was lucky enough to pick out some supplies and this combo of beads and findings jumped out at me!

The beads were so pretty but I didn't have enough for a necklace...they were too clunky for  a bracelet it was!!

I started by making links with each of my beads using eye pins and making a simple loop on the other side of the bead.

Next I connected the gold circle links to each of the beads and each other just like using a jump ring.

Added on a clasp, and I was done!

So cute! Even for someone who doesn't like bracelets, this one it pretty nice. Next time I think I'll order more beads and make a matching necklace! And maybe small matching earrings too.  SO MANY POSSIBILITIES!!! I love jewelry making :)

This will be available in my etsy shop after I get around to adding me if you are interested before hand!

Thank you Whole Port for the beads! Can't wait to get crafting with the rest of my goodies :)

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  1. What a lovely bracelet, and wondeful tutorial! The beads are so stylish!!! Thank you for sharing and have a great weekend!

  2. So pretty! I love it!

  3. Very pretty. Delicate & feminine. What size are the beads?
    Thanks, I'm pinning this.

  4. The round beads I believe are 10mm and the rondelles are 8mm

  5. Bangles, Ganesha Gold, Fashion bracelets and many more are very popular in jewelry items. Indian culture always has an extra care for these items and have unique designs. They have awesome looks. Must try items for giving present to a woman.