How to Make Rosary Bracelets at Home (Doubles as a Necklace)

In this tutorial, I’m going to show how to make rosary bracelets that can also be worn as a necklace.

Rosary Beads are used in religious prayings for decades and it’s not uncommon to make jewelry out of rosary beads. In this tutorial, I’m going to show how to make rosary bracelets that can also be worn as a necklace

How to Make Rosary Bracelets

I don’t usually wear necklaces, most of the time I end up wrapping my long necklaces around my wrist to wear’em as bracelets! So I thought of making a wrapped bracelet, which can also be worn as a necklace. It was fun to make and turned out really colorful, just as I wanted. Check out the tutorial!

How to Make Rosary Bracelets or Necklace

Supplies:

  • Faux pearl beads
  • Craft wire
  • Craft pliers

Instructions:

Step 1: Hold the craft wire from its open end but don’t cut wire from the bundle. Use looping pliers to create a small loop on the open end of the wire. Now, leave 1.5-2 cm of the wire straight (for the bead and the second loop) and cut the wire from the bundle.

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Step 2: Slide a bead into the wire through the open end. Create another loop with the rest of the wire to secure the bead. Wire as many beads as you want, use different, bright-colored pearl beads or any kind of beads.

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Step 3: You can use jump rings for attaching the wired beads or you can simply attach them through their loops. I didn’t use jump rings, I wanted to keep it simple. Open a loop draw it through another wired beads loop and then close the open loop.

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Step 4: When you’ll reach the required length of the bracelet you can simply join the loops of the wired beads of both ends. While making the bracelet keep in mind to wrap the linked beads around your wrist to see if it will fit. Keep 2 inches extra.

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Happy Crafting!

Thank you!

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