What you need:
small beads (I used glass beads and chose faceted black and purple ones)
eyepins - the ones I used are 5cm long
jump rings (I used 4mm)
round nose pliers
chain nose pliers
How it works:1. String the alphabet beads and any other beads onto an eyepin. Make sure there are about 1.5 cm left at the end to create a second eye. Make a second eye at the end of the pin. It's not that complicated but I would advise you to practice it a few times beforehand. To make an eye, grip the pin with the chain nose pliers right behind the last bead and bend the remaining pin into an 45° angle. Now make a loop with the round nose pliers until the end of the pin points downwards, cut away the excess wire using the sidecutter and maybe correct slightly with the chain nose pliers again. Here's also a nice video tutorial.
3. Now we put the bracelet together. Start by threading a piece of chain onto each eye of the eyepins. You might have to open the eyes up a bit to get the chain on, but make sure to close them thoroughly again afterwards.
4. Add the clasp to the other end of one of the chains just like you did with the eyes in the step before.
We're done! This is a quick and pretty easy project to do on a free afternoon. For you and for all of your friends. You can easily make a bunch! These also make pretty birthday gifts. Try gold chain and findings instead of silver for a warmer, sunnier look that's perfect for summer.