5. Make another wrap, and cross the wires between the next two cups in the chain (Photo D). Repeat this step to attach the remaining cup chain to the cord, keeping the cups evenly spaced and using a firm tension. You should end about 1/4 in. (6 mm) from the mark on the other end of the cord.
6. If necessary, trim any extra cups from the chain. Make an additional wrap or two between the last two cups in the chain, and then work as in step 2 to make the final wraps on the other end of the cord. Tuck the ends into the final wraps, and trim on the under side of the bracelet.
7. Using a toothpick, apply a thin layer of E6000 or other adhesive to the bottom of the first and last cups in the chain, press each cup down on the cord, and allow to dry completely.
8. Apply a thin layer of adhesive to one end of the cord, and slide it into one half of the clasp. Allow the glue to dry completely. Repeat this step for the other end of the cord.