Pretty in Pink bracelet, Amber Pearl and Hearts bracelet, Hearts and Stars bracelet , Celestial Silver Bracelet :)
My "Celestial Silver" bracelet. I used smooth white oblong beads for the bracelet and as charms too! Silver globes and pearls with silver ends. There are a few small frosted beads and spackle beads too (they remind me of stars hence the name of the bracelet). I added rings around each bead of the bracelet and added charms to them. It makes a light tinkling noise as it moves on my wrist :) Love it! I may keep this one for myself.
Above is a bracelet I made for a friend using beads from a store-bought bracelet. I added the hearts and white pearls and beads. We took all the beads off and arranged a few around them - sort of made the bracelet by arranging the beads in the order that we liked and then we began making the bracelet. This is a technique that I always use so I can see what the end result will look like :)
The above Hearts Bracelet I made for my girlfriend. We went to visit her puppy the day I gave it to her and a couple of the charms broke off!! Going forward, I'm going to use the wire wrap technique to secure the charms more completely :)
Here's another silver "Hearts and Stars bracelet I made using a chainmaille style bracelet to start and adding the charms on every ring. Below is what it looks like while wearing it.
Above is my "Amber with Pearl and Hearts" Bracelet which I made using the beads from a bracelet Jez gave me that she bought in Toronto. I took apart the bracelet (as it was too big) and re-used the beads using a bead wrap technique to make the bracelet (three beads on each pin) and then I added the charms and hearts as danglers. I love the wire wrap technique (which I learned from a youtube tutorial) as it makes the bracelet difficult to break apart, strengthening the bracelet, and the dangling charms and beads will not come off unless you cut the loop! I'm addicted to the wire wrapping technique :)
Above is my Pretty in Pink bracelet that I made using a row of silver chain plus two rows of beaded chain for a total of three rows. Then I added a bunch of small pins with 3 beads each and attached them to the chain. It's a lot of charms but was fun to make. I love the spackle and pink tinged beads with swarov. crystals! pretty and sparkly.