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How to Make a Pandora Style Leather Bracelet. Free Quick and Easy Jewellery Tutorial.

Updated on September 22, 2015

Completed handmade Pandora style bracelet

Finished Bracelet
Finished Bracelet | Source
Materials - Pandora style bracelet
Materials - Pandora style bracelet | Source

Materials List

To make this bracelet you will need the following materials:

  • 4 large hole Pandora style glass beads
  • 1 Pendant or charm of your choice
  • 1 6mm jump ring
  • 1 Silver plated clasp and clasp tag
  • 2 coil necklace ends
  • 2 silver large hole spacer beads
  • 7 inches of 2mm leather cord (this length can be adjust to fit you if needed)
  • 2 4mm jump rings

You will also need a pair of flat nosed pliers.

Step 1 - Pandora style bracelet
Step 1 - Pandora style bracelet | Source

Step 1

Attach the 6mm jump ring to the top of your pendant or charm.

Attach one of the coils to the end of the leather. To do this squash the last coil flat against the leather using the pliers.

Step 2 - Pandora style bracelet
Step 2 - Pandora style bracelet | Source

Step 2

Attach the clasp to the coil added in step 1 using one of the 4mm jump rings.

Step 3 - Pandora style bracelet
Step 3 - Pandora style bracelet | Source

Step 3

Thread one large holed bead, one spacer bead and then another large holed bead onto the leather cord.

Step 4 - Pandora style bracelet
Step 4 - Pandora style bracelet | Source

Step 4

Now thread the jump ring holding your pendant onto the leather. Now add another set of beads in this order - one large holed bead, one spacer bead and finally one large holed bead.

Step 5 - Pandora style bracelet
Step 5 - Pandora style bracelet | Source

Step 5

Repeat step 1 to attach the second coil to the leather cord. Use the second 4mm jump ring to attach the clasp tag to this coil.

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© 2012 Claire

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