The Hamsa is a universal symbol used in many cultures to ward off evil spirits or offer protection from the “evil eye”! Not only is it a sign of protection but also blessings, power, and strength.
So today I’m going to show you how to make a simple Hamsa bracelet! I have a picture tutorial for you all and will list the items I used and where I purchased them at the end of this post. You can also find this on my Etsy Shop!
- 4mm round Gold plated brass 22 gauge jumprings//Fire Mountain Gems
- Gold plated lobster claw clasps//Michaels
- 1.25mm round 14kt Gold Filled Chain//Fire Mountain Gems
- Gold Hamsas//Michaels
- Turquoise beads//Michaels
- Eye or head pins//Michaels
- Round nose pliers
- Wire Cutter
Notes: You can find most jump rings and clasps in a set to purchase at Michaels. I happened to only have a thin gold chain so that’s why I looped it to make the strands have a little strength, but you can use any size you’d like (and same goes for the clasps and jump rings). I only had gold plated head pins, so I cut it down to make eye loops, if you have eye pins it makes the job easier and one less step to do.
Hope you all enjoyed this simple tutorial! Please feel free to stop by my Etsy store and get one of your own customized. 🙂