First, cut the beading cord to the desired length, depending on how much of the circumference of the bracelet you want to cover. For the one I made take 5.3 feet. Take the first tube bead and place it in the middle of the cord. Now take the first metal ring bracelet and place it on the right side next to your bead like in the picture. Then, take the the cord on the same side and move it over the ring, around, under the ring and through the bead. This should look like in the picture.
 Take the other metal ring and do the same on the other side of the bead (over ring, around ring, under ring, through bead). Do it again for both sides for more stability. The bead should now stay in place without
 Take the second bead and place it between the metal rings. Fasten it in the same way as the first one. But once for both sides of the cord is enough this time. Remember: over, around, under, through. This is important. Your bead will be loose and not centered between the rings otherwise.
 Continue until you reach the desired length. Push the cord through the bead some more times, cut the ends leaving about half of the beads length and push it inside the bead.
The bracelet is surprisingly sturdy in the end. I like how the beading cord is almost invisible and how the bracelet looks so much better now. Fashionable and colorful and doesn't even look self made! Have fun making your own!