Top 3 Ribbon DIY Bracelets

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Ribbons can be used for many purposes. Due to the many types of ribbons there are many ways they can be used. We’ve dedicated this post to some of our favorite ribbon bracelet tutorials. Inspiration & Realisation uses silk ribbon and charms to create a wrapped charm bracelet. This bracelet is perfect for those summer days when you want to throw on a lightweight piece of jewelry. The chain bracelet has been a staple among the blogger community. The ribbon and chain contrast adds a hard and soft edge to any outfit. Trinkets in Bloom also toughens up her ribbon adding spikes to the often delicate trim. We can’t wait to try out all three DIYs.

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do-it-yourself-DIY-scarf-ribbons-craft-flowers-glitters-glue-shoes-notebook-art-hand-band-necklace-fun-buttons (17)Chain Bracelet tutorial via SheExists


Trinkets in Bloom_spike-bracelet-diy-Trinkets in Bloom Spike Ribbon Bracelet Tutorial

Check out M&J for a large supply of ribbons and trims.

DIY Chain and Studded Bracelet

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By Blerona

We all know that chain accessories are thee thing this year! But this season it’s all about the uniqely shaped and fitted chain accessories not the boring old plain chain necklace or bracelet. So we came up with this very easy to make bracelet, that has all the right giltz and glamour for any outfit.

Materials:

Instructions:

Step 1: Take both appliqués and sew the unchained ends together (I used invisible thread).

Step 2: Sew both hook closures to one end (in the center) of the sewn appliqués

Step 3: Now sew both eyelet closures to the other end of the sewn appliqués (make sure they are parallel to the hook closures)

Step 4: Trace the outline of the sewn appliqués onto felt fabric with tailors chalk pencil and cut out.

Step 5: Glue the cutout fabric to the back of the appliqués for clean finish (do not cover closures with fabric)

Let Dry and your Finished!

DIY Holiday Week Three: Chain Bracelet

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It’s Finally Here,

Check out our new DIY Holiday Gift Idea Video for your gift inspiration. Last week Carlos and I showed you have to apply an iron-on appliqué.  This week I show you how to make this fun and simple chain bracelet. A great gift for anyone who loves fashion.

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Happy Holiday, Blerona  =o)

Our next Holiday Video is coming soon…

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Be sure to tune in next week for this fun and easy DIY…

Charm Bracelet Inspired By Twilight

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There are plenty of charm bracelets out there, but the most popular one right now is the one inspired by Eclipse which is a part of the Twilight saga.  In this book, Jacob gives Bella a graduation present; which of course is a bracelet with a wolf charm.  Later on, Edward decides to add onto this charm, a large crystal heart.  

 There’s different version of this bracelet on the internet right now.  Of course this is my version.  Jacob used wood to carve his charm, but I used a metal charm instead.  It would have taken me days if I attempted to carve out a tiny wolf.

 For Edward’s charm, I used Swarovski crystal.  You can’t go wrong with Swarovski.  The steps are pretty easy.  All you really have to do is just add the charms onto a metal chain and you’ll have your own little piece of Bella’s gift.