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Celine Inspired Knot Bracelet. I have been lusting over the Celine Knot bracelet for months and have been extremely unlucky in finding it.

Celine Inspired Knot Bracelet

I figured it was time to get over it by making something similar while hunting down other autumn necessities. Given my current color obsession I decided to get adventurous and not just go for a metallic version. Inspiration My DIY version You will need: - polymer clay - a jar or thick glass bottle - an oven (:p) - acrylic colors or spray paint (optional) The jar or glass bottle will determine the size of the bracelet so pick one with a diameter close to that of your wrist. Turn on your oven adjusting the temperature according to your clay's instructions.

Roll your clay into a tube approx. 1 inch longer than the diameter of your wrist. Softly pull the two ends so that you tighten the knot. Get your jar and wrap the bracelet(s) around it. Carefully remove the jar from the oven and let the bracelets cool. Once they have cooled you can use acrylics or spray paint to color them. xoxo.

Easy Woven Wrap Bracelet. Ruffles and Sparkles Bracelet Tutorial {with Video} - Craft Test Dummies. Earlier this week I shared my review of Artistic Wire Mesh and I got pretty excited making a Ruffle and Sparkles bracelt- so today I’m sharing the tutorial with you!

Ruffles and Sparkles Bracelet Tutorial {with Video} - Craft Test Dummies

You’ll need some basic supplies: Now for the How-To Video: Which do you like better: the sweet red delicate version or the chunky/edgy black and blue?? I have my favorite, but I’m not telling! If you need supplies for this project, please consider purchasing supplies with our Amazon Affiliate links: <A HREF=" Widgets</A> <A HREF=" Widgets</A> Bracelet tutorial, wire lace, wire mesh projects About Jenny Barnett Rohrs Chief Craft Test Dummy, Craft Evangelist, Founder, Editor, bottle-washer, trouble-maker, and creative whirlwind. Simple Sliding Knot Bracelet with Antique African Coin. Hi There!

Simple Sliding Knot Bracelet with Antique African Coin

Ready for something quick and easy? In this tutorial, we will make a This bracelet is totally adjustable and can fit just about every wrist, depending on how much cord you use. One Yard of Leather Cord (larger bracelets require a few extra inches) One Antique African Coin Scissors Okay, now that you have all the goods, you want to take your yard of string or cord and fold it right in half and cut it.

Take one strand of your cut cord and fold it in half again, making a simple bend at the top (do not cut this half) Take the bend you just made and pass it through the center of the coin, like zis- Loop the dangling strands through the loop Now pull tight! Now do this all again with your second strand of cord for the other side! Great! To create the sliding knot element of this sliding knot bracelet.

This part was tricky to explain in photographs so I just drew it out... Basically, take both strands of one side and wrap it around the other strands of the other side at least 3 times. I Heart Wrap Bracelets. Who doesn’t love a wrap bracelet these days!

I Heart Wrap Bracelets

I, like many others, fell in love with the Chan Luu wrap bracelets when I saw them at a store one day while shopping. Visit her website, her collection is beautiful and super inspiring! I knew that I had to figure out how to make them myself. If I had the money to buy them I would because her bracelets are amazing. Wrapping a Bracelet.

Macie seems to have a thing for jewelry.

Wrapping a Bracelet

I have no idea where she got it from because I barely wear jewelry. I went to a baby shower this past weekend and had to reopen my ear holes to put in some earrings. I have seven ear piercings and couldn't get earrings in. Yeah, I know it's sad. All that said, I don't wear a lot jewelry anymore. I had seen a pin from Honestly...wtf about making a bracelet out of ball chain and decided to make a couple adjustments and make it a wrap bracelet.

I picked up some ball chain at Lowe's (have I mentioned that they are a great place to find your crafting needs??). Once you have reached the length that you want for the bracelet, time to grab the trusty wire cutters and snip the end of the ball chain off.