She wanted something sturdy in blue, pink, and green. Here are the beads right after they came out of the kiln:
Next, I took the beads off and cleaned them . (These are actually the beads before they were cleaned.)
Then I put them together with this gunmetal chain and this is the finished ankle bracelet.
I usually prefer to use a toggle clasp to finish my work, but I wasn't sure how it would work with an ankle bracelet. This is something that I will experiment with for myself before I actually make one with a toggle for someone else. Each of these beads is on a head pin and then attached with a wrapped loop to the chain. I use wrapped loops because there isn't as much chance of losing your beads--and because I can't make my simple loops look nice. More practise required.