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Three Coins in a Fountain

by: Rosemary Beasley

Eurostyling is not just for cars, and if you can't afford a trip to Rome, perhaps you can be happy with a virtual vacation, a la a Euro-inspired bracelet.

Delighted with the ease of the Smokey Mountains bracelet, I decided to use  with same technique of using the cut Beadalon jewelry cable, but work in a more sophisticated palette of gold and purple. The end result is a royally beautiful bracelet.

How to cut jewelry cable: 

Work out your arrangement of beads before stringing. Stringing and unstringing beads will cause the cut ends to fray (See below).

After stringing your selection of beads on the cable, the ends are finished with Scrimp Cable Ends with loop. Use the Scrimp Screwdriver from the starter kit. You can also try a small screwdriver such as those used for eyeglasses although I am not sure if they will work since I have not had a chance to try them.  (I do know that the scrimp screwdriver is excellent for fixing glasses, however!)

Note: When you are stringing beads on the cable that are a tight fit, be very careful not to untwist the cable. 

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