Jade Chip Bracelet and Earring Set Instructions Designed by Cynthia Kimura
This beautiful jade chip bracelet and earring set is incredibly easy and inexpensive to make. Play with different stones and stack them up your arm for a fun look. We made this bracelet 9 inches long. For a shorter bracelet, simply leave a section out. Each section of one pewter bead and a length of stones is just over an inch long. You can estimate how many to use by deducting sections until you reach your desired length. Bracelet
Step one: Cut a length of Soft Flex jewelry wire to approximately 9 inches. Attach one end of the wire to the hook end of an antique silver pewter hook and eye clasp using a 2x2mm sterling silver crimp tube. For detailed instructions on how to use a crimp tube, please click HERE or visit the Handy Tips section of the Learning Center.
Step two: String three jade chips followed by an antique silver pewter leaf bead. All subsequent sections will have five jade chips and a pewter bead. For this bracelet, we continued until we had seven beads. End with three more chips and crimp the other end of the wire to the eye part of the clasp. Earrings
Step one: String three jade chips onto a 3-inch sterling silver head pin, followed by an antique silver pewter leaf bead and three more jade chips.
Step two: Finish by making a wrapped loop, attaching an open jump ring to the loop and an earwire. For detailed instructions on how to make a wrapped loop, click HERE or visit the Handy Tips section of the Learning Center. There you have it - a simple and stunning jewelry set that can be made in minutes.