Hi, it's Stephanie from Henry Happened back with another DIY. I did tell you I loved bracelets, right? Well, I wasn't lying! Read on for the tutorial on how to make the easiest wrap bracelet ever. These DIY bracelets are great for teenagers!
Have you ever roamed the trim section at JoAnns? No?! Well, you might be surprised at the selection of ribbon, lace, and even fur trim you can find. The bright colors of this trim called to me (yes, it even has studs!) so naturally I found a way to make it into a simple wrapped bracelet.
What you'll need for your own wrap bracelet:
- About 1/2 a yard of whatever trim you like. Go with a neon studded one or try a Greek key, floral or Baroque pattern. I'm telling ya - there's a ton to choose from!
- Sticky back Velcro
First, measure your wrist with the trim. I like a 3 wrap bracelet but position it how you like it on your arm and then cut the length.
Then take the Velcro and cut a piece to fit the size of your trim.
Attach the sticky side to each end of the trim, and, voila!, you are done. The Velcro closure is a bit of a miracle because I can never manage to get my bracelets on with one hand. Please tell me I'm not the only one?
Wear the bracelets on their own or make a couple and stack them together.
What kind of bracelet stack are you planning to wear this spring?
-post and images by stephanie gerber