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Female Speaker: To make the Basic Charm Bracelet, you will need one Lobster Clasp, 12 jump rings, these are 4 mm in diameter, and 2 to 3 strands of chain about 6 to 8 inches long. The tools you will need are the flat nose pliers, the chain nose pliers and if you are cutting the chain off of a spool, you will need clippers.
To begin we are just going to open our jump ring, with our two pliers, open it alright up. And I have already cut 2 strands of 6 inch chain; I want to feed it through the open jump ring. Alright, I am going to close it back up. Now that I have that got attached, I am going to open another jump ring and feed the lobster claw clasp through that. Okay. Grab it with my pliers, and I am going to feed that to the jump ring, I just used to attach the chain together. Now I have my clasp attached. Perfect. Okay, all the twins are still separated so let's attach those. Have another jump ring, I am just going to feed the two ends through again, perfect. Now before we close that, the remaining nine jump rings, I have looped together to make this bracelet sizeable. I am just going to feed the nine that I clipped together through the jump ring I just have opened, okay. Then I am going to close that up and I am finished.