I have made these colorful bracelets for many years, and I called them “Don’t worry, be happy”, because I truly believe that jewelry can make us happy, especially when it’s invites you to “play” with it.
for this reason one important “factor” in making this type of bracelets are the “large hole slider beads. Large hole is actually relatively, the round beads are made on a 1/16th inch mandrel, while the slider beads are made on a 2/32nd inch mandrel. But the holes are big enough to string over a segment of small seadbeads…if youadd enough seadbeads so the “  slider bead” has enough room to move over the sead beads and this make a little “clinking” sound when it touches the spacers on both sides. Here are a few closeup of that:

Another “feature I like it to add small spacers next to the round beads, which adds blink and provides a look of continuity. I this bracelet I used 4mm gold colored brass heishe fromAmazon, I MIGHT chose the 5mm version if I made another one. Here is the link to Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B09168RD57?psc=1&ref=ppx_yo2ov_dt_b_product_details

Other than that, I use some larger single spacers that go with the overall color scheme, the more different spacers you can find, the better: (I actually find some really good stuff at Joann’s, especially when they have a 50% off sale, when I stock up)

As for the actual stringing, I use the whatever stringing wire I can get my hands on, a little tip for a lasting bracelet joy: i use wire guard so the wire doesn’t get “rubbed thin” over time:

Here is another link to Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00P0TVUX2/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1

And finally another little detail: the large round crimp cover bead I use to hide the crimp bead that holds everything together.


oh, and not to forget, the golden toggle clasp I used here is from Amazon as well, they are very pretty but somehow smaller than the look in the listing