Fall Bead Bracelet Tutorial

I can’t stop wearing this bead bracelet. I just love fall colors, don’t you? This fall bead bracelet is the perfect touch to any outfit!

I can’t get enough of fall colors and sadly I don’t get to see it and live it often since where we live we don’t have 4 seasons. The few times I had the opportunity, I so enjoyed it!!!

DIY High Heel Fall Bead Bracelet

Fall Bead Bracelet Tutorial

That’s why I try to get in the mood and made this cute fall inspired bracelet with a pretty high heel pendant… there is nothing more girly than high heels, is there?

This is what I call 15-minute crafts!!! Super easy and fun to make I thought you might enjoy it and inspire you to make some too!

I remember when I was a kid I used to love making lots of these beaded DIY bracelets. I used them to make a big noisy stack of bracelets on my arms LOL.

Now I don’t use them all at once but I do love having crafty and pretty bracelets to wear depending on what outfit I’m wearing. This one was really cute, easy and fun to make!

Supplies for DIY fall bead bracelets tutorial:

  • Fall color beads {I used 5mm about 20 units}
  • Gold beads {8mm 5 units}
  • Jump rings
  • High heels pendant {you can use any you like}
  • Elastic thread
  • Jewelry pliers
  • 2 Crimp beads

How to make Bead Bracelets

  • I didn’t actually cut the elastic thread. I just got the end of it and start inserting the beads. I do it like that so I don’t have much waste.
  • So, I started with 2 gold beads and the pendant in the middle. For the pendant, I used 2 really small jump rings.
  • When you use 2 jump rings it’s more difficult for the pendant to fall through the ring opening; or that the jump rings slips from the thread. Sadly and I apologize for that, I couldn’t find that kind of small jump rings in gold. That would be the best color.
  • Then I started inserting 5 maple beads and then one Gold and so on. For my wrist, it worked perfectly the 20 maple beads and 5 gold ones.
  • Then I calculated how much thread I would need to close the DIY bracelet and cut it. Insert the crimp beads one on each end.
  • Make a double knot with both ends and insert each end back into the crimp bead.
  • Push the crimp bead close to the knot and crimp it in place. Do the same with the other end.