Titania, queen of the fairies, was both beautiful and proud, making her a force to be reckoned with. Aptly named, this bracelet has both ethereal and bold components, creating a piece you can count on to bring drama and beauty to your wardrobe.
Step One: Glue a green with silver foil pillow bead on an antique brass wrap filigree using the 1-hour 2-part epoxy. Make sure that the bead hole is running in the direction you will be stringing. Allow to dry. Use your pliers to bend the edges of the filigree to match the contour of your wrist.
Step Two: Attach a 4.5mm antique brass-plated open jump ring to an antique brass 2-layer filigree flower with crystals charm. For help with jump rings visit the Handy Tips section of the Learning Center. Set aside.
Step Three: String a 6mm faceted round in crystal copper on a 1.5-inch antique brass-plated head pin. Attach to one loop of the antique brass flower with crystal flower link with a wrapped loop. For help with wrapped loops visit the Handy Tips section of the Learning Center. Attach a jump ring to the other loop on the link. Set aside.
Step Four: Cut an 8-inch piece of ZambaPro 49 .019 jewelry wire. Crimp one end of the wire to one piece of the antique brass filigree leaf hook and eye clasp using a 2mm antique brass-plated crimp bead. Trim any excess wire. For help with crimping visit the Handy Tips section of the Learning Center.
Step Five: On the wire, string in this order: 6mm druk bead in olivine crackle, three 7mm Swarovski briolette pendants in crystal copper, olivine druk, 4mm fire-polished bead in citrine, 4mm Swarovski XILION bicone in crystal copper, olivine druk, charm from step two, olivine druk, crystal copper bicone, citrine bead, olivine druk, citrine bead, 10mm Venetian glass gold-foil disc in topaz, pillow bead and filigree from step one, topaz disc, citrine bead, olivine druk, citrine bead, crystal copper bicone, olivine druk, three crystal copper briolettes, olivine druk, link from step three, olivine druk, crystal copper bicone, citrine bead and olivine druk. Crimp the end of the wire to the other half of the clasp with a crimp bead. Trim any excess wire.