If you'd like to give them a try, here's the instructions:
You'll also ideally need chain nose & flat nose pliers, or 2 pairs chain nose - and a pair of scissors
Cut a length of Fireline to fit your wrist, plus 1" just in case :-)
Thread on 1 calotte & 2 crimp beads close to one end of the Frieline.
Squash the crimps flat with your flat nose pliers and then carefully close the calotte over the crimps. Ease the calotte loop over the calotte shell to secure.
Open a 4mm jump ring and thread it through the calotte loop. Attach one half of the Bali Clasp to the jump ring.
Thread on one daisy spacer, one noodle bead and another daisy spacer.
Thread on one fimo bead and one daisy spacer. Repeat this another 5 times.
Thread on one noodle bead and another daisy spacer.
Check for fit. (If you need to make the bracelet longer then remove the daisy spacer and noodle and add one more fimo bead and a daisy spacer.)
Thread on one calotte and 2 crimp beads. Double check the tension of the piece - it needs to move, but not have big gaps when worn
When you're happy, squash the 2 crimps flat and close up the calotte. Ease the calotte loop over the shell to secure, then add a 4mm jump ring, and the other half of the clasp.
Pearly Lariat Necklace
Fireline, calottes, jump rings, crimps mini fimo mix and daisy spacers as above - if you've made the bracelet, there are plenty of beads rings & calottes left over for this project too!
2 packs Floral bead caps (you need 28)1 2" eye pin
1 28mm donut connector
28 12mm Jolie Vache pearls
1 daisy charm
This lariat needs you to make one wrapped loop, so you will need chain nose pliers. Flat nose pliers would also be helpful.
Cut a long piece of Fireline - around 34"
Attach the calotte using the method described above, threading the eyepin onto the calotte loop before easing it over the calotte shell
Using the donut as a guide, make a right angle bend in the eyepin about 10mm from the eye pin loop. Put the donut into position and bend the pin around the donut.
Between the eyepin loop and the donut, wrap the wire around twice to fill the gap and secure the donut. Snip the end tightly and make sure that it's tucked away and not sharp.
Thread one floral beadcap, one pearl, one daisy spacer, one pearl and one beadcap. Next thread one fimo bead, one daisy spacer one fimo bead, one daisy spacer and one fimo bead. Repeat the pattern to the length required and check that you're happy.
Secure the calotte using the method described above. Attach one 4mm jump ring and finish with the daisy charm.
Wear and enjoy!
Have a lovely weekend! :-)