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Classic Blue Monogram Jewelry Set

By: Candie Cooper
Candie Cooper
Candie Cooper
Candie Cooper is a jewelry designer with a passion for combining unique materials and color combinations, inspired by extensive travel and her years living in China.  Candie is the author of "Metalworking 101 for Beaders"(Lark Books 2009), "Felted Jewelry" (Lark Books 2007), and "Designer Needle Felting" (Lark Books 2007).  Currently she's creating designs for a variety of companies in the craft industry as well as for craft and jewelry-making publications.  Candie teaches workshops both nationally and internationally and has appeared on the Public Television series "Beads, Baubles and Jewels" as well as co-host for "Hands On."  She earned a Bachelor's degree in Art Education and Fine Arts from Purdue University.  For a further peek at her creative life, please visit www.candiecooper.com.
Tell the world who you are with this bracelet! Pick your initial, favorite color beads and a few charms and you’re ready to go.
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Skill Level: Beginner


Other Supplies
Plaid® The Monogram Collection™ 23812 Pendant Metal M
Plaid® The Monogram Collection™ 23817 Pendant Metal R
Plaid® The Monogram Collection™ 23829 Pendant Metal Fleur Icon
Plaid® The Monogram Collection™ 23862 Charms - Key/Flower/Cameo
Plaid® The Monogram Collection™ 23865 Necklace - Tiny Flattened Round
Plaid® The Monogram Collection™ 23866 Bracelet - Wire Bangle
Plaid® The Monogram Collection™ 23870 Beads – Blue
Plaid® Select Strands™ 31284 Beads Glass 3x4mm Rondelle Aqua/Cobalt
Plaid® Select Strands™ 31289 Beads Glass 3x4mm
Rondelle Metallic Blue
22 gauge silver plated wire
Rhodium ring blank
Jewelry glue
Grey rhinestone
Wire cutters
Chain nose pliers
Round nose pliers


Note: You can find the Monogram Collection at select JoAnn's stores near you! Bracelet
  1. String a row of 40 beads in your favorite color onto the 22 g. wire. For this bracelet, I used blue tones.
  2. Secure the tail of wire to the latch/hook end of the bracelet with a few wraps.
  3. Slide a bead up next to the bracelet and position it so it sits on top of the bracelet wire. Holding the bead in place, wrap the wire around twice so the bead is locked in place. Continue wrapping beads for the entire length of the bracelet.
  4. Leave a tiny opening on the loop end of the bracelet and slide your monogram pendant, charms and bead dangles into desired order.
  5. Secure the pieces in place by wrapping a long section of wire over the opening.
  1. Slide small end of chain through the jump rings / loops on top of metal pendant and blue beads.
  1. Remove jump ring from pendant.
  2. Place pendant on work surface face down.
  3. Apply a small amount of glue to back of charm, press ring blank into glue and allow to dry.
  4. Once ring is dry, flip it over and glue rhinestone on top of hole in pendant, allow entire project to dry for 24 hours.
Tip: More charms could also be attached in between the wrapped bead section along the bracelet wire.
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