1: In your kit are two or more beads that have extra large holes. These beads are for hiding the knot. So, make sure the end of your bracelet is next to one of these beads.
2: String the beads in whatever configuration works for you!
3: Tie three overhand knots. (The same knot used in the first step of tying your shoes.)
4: Apply superglue to your knots. It helps to hold the beads away from the knot as the glue is drying.
5: Cut the ends of the Stretch Magic using a cuticle cutter or small scissors.
6: Wear and enjoy!
Instructions for Assembling Memory Wire Bracelets
1: The first end of your memory wire has already been finished so you can string to your heart's content without any of the beads falling off.
2: String the beads in whatever configuration works for you! Some beads will not fit on the wire. Such is the nature of chip beads. There are more than enough beads in the baggie to compensate.
3: If you would like to cut the memory wire, use a heavy duty wire cutter or place a pliers on the spot where you would like to cut and bend the wire back and forth until it breaks.
4: Leave yourself 1/4" of wire at the end of your bracelet. Take a pliers, a round nose pliers is best but a needle nose pliers will work too, and hold it in your hand with your palm facing upwards. Holding the very end of the wire in the pliers, roll your wrist upwards and make a loop at the end of the wire. Rolling the loop upwards, instead of downwards, keeps the loop from digging in to your wrist.
5: Voila! Time to wear your new creation!
Chip Beads: Amethyst: Transparent Purple Blue Goldstone: Dark Blue with Sparkles Cherry Quartz: Transparent Salmon Pink Fluorite: Transparent Light Green, Blue, & Purple Gold Rutilated Quartz: Clear with Gold Throughout Green Aventurine: Medium Green Howlite: White & Gray Labradorite: Greenish Gray Lapis Lazuli: Dark Blue with Specks of Pyrite Obsidian: Black Rhodonite: Pink & Black Rose Quartz: Light Pink Sodalite: Medium Blue with White Snowflake Obsidian: Gray & Black Unakite: Olive & Peach
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