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How To Make Beaded Alphabet Name Bracelets

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Beaded alphabet name bracelets are all the rage these days. It’s an oldie in the jewelry fashion world, but now with a modern twist for the next generation. This is the easiest way to make this fun piece of jewelry!

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How To Make Beaded Alphabet Name Bracelets

We used to make these letter bracelets in the 80’s and 90’s. Everything comes back around! These round letter bead bracelets are perfect for kids to make for Mother’s Day or to make as a Girl Scout craft. So much fun and easy to do!

 

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DIY Beaded Alphabet Name Bracelets

 

Materials:

6/0 glass seed beads
White alphabet round beads
Bead needle
.5 mm elasticity stretch bead cord
E6000
Measuring tape or ruler
Scissors

 

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Directions:

Step 1:  Cut a piece of elastic cord about 9” in length, tie a loose knot on one end.

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Step 2:  Attach the other end to the bead needle.

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Step 3:  Look at the size chart and lay out your beads on the table next to the ruler in the order you want them to lay.

Size guide: 
XS – 6.25”
S- 6.50”
M- 6.75”
L- 7”
XL- 7.25”

This way you if you have a name you’d like in the center, you know it will be even on both sides.

 

Step 4:  Use your bead needle to easily pick up the beads and slide them on your cord. 

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Step 5:  Once all beads are on the cord in the correct order, take the two ends of the cord, and tie a elastic cord knot close to the beads and pull tight.

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Step 6:  Follow the directions of the e6000 glue, dab the knot into the glue, and let dry. This step will prevent the beads from falling off if stretched on too big of a wrist. 

 

It’s that easy to make a DIY beaded bracelet with alphabet letter beads!

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Make one with the name of each of your children. 

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