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October is Breast Cancer Awareness month. Creating an awareness bracelet can give hope and encouragement to those committed to fighting and eradicating this life-threatening disease. Experience the power of pink. Help raise awareness and generate funds for your local breast cancer organization by making this bracelet for sponsoring the annual "Race for the Cure".

Pink Ribbon Beaded Bracelet

Materials for making 1 bracelet

1 - BC2240 tlf - Pink - Fire Polished Czech Glass Beaded Bracelet (8.5")
1 - C2191* ctlf - Pink Running Shoe - Silver Plated Charm
1 - C1684 tlf - Pink Ribbon - Silver Plated Charm
1 - C2224 tlf - Pink Ribbon "Survivor" - Silver Plated Charm
1 - C2001 tlf - "Faith" - Silver Plated Charm
1 - C2000 tlf - "Hope" - Silver Plated Charm
1 - C2222 tlf - Pink Ribbon Angel - Silver Plated Charm
1 - G5488 tlf - 6mm Silver Plated Jump Rings - 18 Gauge (1mm thick) (144 per package)

Equipment:

2 Pair Needle Nose Pliers
Split Ring Opener


Instructions:


1: Lay your beaded bracelet and charms in the same order as the picture.

2: Using your split ring opener take off the split rings on the bracelet.

3: With your pliers take off the 4mm jump rings on the charms.

4: Put 6mm jump rings on the charms using your pliers.

5: Using your pliers put the charms on the bracelet.

History of Breast Cancer Awareness Month:


October is national breast cancer awareness month. It was started in 1985 and is celebrated in over twenty countries. Some people join awareness groups advocating for research and solidarity. In the United States many people join the annual Susan G. Komen "Race for the Cure" , which is an annual three day event in which people walk 60 miles to support, share stories, and unite in the effort to eliminate breast cancer.

-From the Two Purple Pandas Design Studio
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"tlf" indicates the charm's pewter meets the CPISA lead standards. It does not describe Swarovski Crystal lead content.

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