Grab some glue, some bracelets, embroidery floss, and some charms and have some fun with an easy DIY Bracelet project video tutorial! (Video Included)
DIY Bracelets With Embroidery Thread and Charms (Video Included)
Who wants to make some DIY bracelets? Don't you just love projects that you can make in a short amount of time. These wrapped bracelets are so fun and easy to make. ...and you can be as creative as you want!
Supplies to Make Your DIY Bracelets:
First, add a dot of glue to your bracelet.
Next, attach one end of you embroidery floss to the dot of glue.
Keep wrapping each bracelet.
You can also alternate colors to make a striped effect that would look super cute!
When you get to the end add another dot of glue.
Next, tightly wrap the embroidery floss until you cover the entire bracelet.
Now it’s time to add some cute charms.
Open your large jump ring.
Make sure to open your jump ring side to side, as shown in the photo above.
There really are so many charm choices.
I love these affirmation charms.
After adding a charm to your jump ring you can attach it to one of your DIY bracelets.
Be sure to close your jump ring side to side.
The video, below, shows you the technique if you need a little extra help.
After you make your jewelry you can make this DIY jewelry bowl to hold everything. It's made using tissue paper.
I hope you loved making these bracelets!
Here's a "step-by-step' video to help you make your bracelets.
Want to make some more jewelry?
...you will love making a personalized name necklace with gold wire.
- Set of Bracelet Blanks
- Embroidery Thread
- E6000 Glue
- Jump Rings
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PJ on May 06, 2021
Maureen Azevedo on Jun 04, 2021
That is so darn cute. I recently purchased an assortment of embroidery floss, in a number of different colors, for another project I’m working on. But now you’ve given me a great idea for another use for embroidery floss. I also love making jewelry, and thankfully I don’t throw anything away.(the word HORDER, pops into my head). Anyhow, I’ve got so many cute charms, as well as some pretty nasty looking, tarnished, never to be worn again bangle bracelets, in varying widths, etc.