Blush Rose Bracelet

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Soft hues of pink shimmer brilliantly in the Blush Rose Bracelet. The best part about this classy bracelet is that it’s so simple to create!

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PRODUCT GROUP AMOUNT SIZE COLOR PURCHASE
EMPTY CUP CHAIN BRACELET 1 12 mm SILVER PURCHASE EMPTY CUP CHAIN BRACELET
SWAROVSKI SQUARE STONES 10 12 mm BLUSH ROSE PURCHASE SWAROVSKI SQUARE STONES
PLIERS 1 PURCHASE TOOL KIT

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Step One: Place one Swarovski crystal 4470 square rhinestone cushion cut 12mm blush rose fancy stone into the cup chain setting.

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Step Two: Using the side of the tips of your pliers or the smooth side of a similar tool, press one prong in the cup chain setting down toward the Swarovski crystal.

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Step Three: Repeat Step Two on the opposite side of the Swarovski crystal.

*TIP: When setting a stone it is advisable to set a prong then set the opposing prong rather than the prong over. As an example, with the prongs representing numbers on a clock; set the prong at 12:00 and then the prong at 6:00. Move clockwise around the setting to the next prong over from the first set prong, i.e. 3:00, then set the prong at 9:00. This method will help you set the stone centered and straight.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_single_image image=”592″ img_size=”full” alignment=”center”][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]

Step Four: Repeat Step Two to press another prong toward the stone. Then press the remaining prong into place.

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