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Polymer clay in various colors
Nickel wire
Seed beads in various colors
Jewelry pliers 

Optional Supplies
Clay tools

Use the polymer clay to mold into different charms such as different horcruxes or hogwarts items, making sure to add a loop at the top for stringing it onto the bracelet.

Harry Potter Charm Bracelet - Figure 1

Bake the charms according to the package directions.

Allow to cool.

Harry Potter Charm Bracelet - Figure 2

Measure the wire around your wrist, then use the jewelry pliers to cut it a little bigger than the finished bracelet needs to be.

Use the pliers to make a loop at one end of the cut wire.

Harry Potter Charm Bracelet - Figure 3

String the seed beads and charms in the desired order.

Harry Potter Charm Bracelet - Figure 4

Make another loop at the other end of the wire with the pliers, leaving a little opening for hooking the first loop.

Final Product

Harry Potter Charm Bracelet

lizzyrc's tutorial was submitted for The Leaky Cauldron Harry Potter Crafts' July 2010 Save Galleons! Why Buy It When You Can CRAFT It? contest, and was posted with permission.

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On that note, Harry crafting to all!