Double Pearl Bracelet – DIY

I know I have already done a few things using this same technique, but it’s so simple and you can still add your own style to them.

I would like to add a few strasses as I did with the Chanel inspired double pearl choker, or the Dior inspired double pearl earrings, but I couldn’t find small ones, anyway, that’s something I’ll be doing in the near future.

You can also cover them with glitter (like the glitter earrings I’ve done) or add beads to the wire itself, or some charms too.

Hope you like it, feel free to visit my YouTube channel and subscribe to show some love 🙂
Bye!

Advertisements

How to make jumprings + easy DIY bracelet

thumbnail

Hi there!
So, in this post I’ll share anooother bracelet tutorial I did a while ago, but with the plus of showing you how to make your own jumprings using any wire you have around.
You can use leftovers so you don’t have to throw anything away. How cool is that.

Using a round thing, (I used a marker) start twisting the wire around it, to create sort of a spring, and when you have enough, take it off the marker and, using a wire cutter, cut through the lenght. When you’re done, you’ll have a lot of jumprings to use.

Told you it was easy.

Now the bracelet part.

I used that string because it was the only one available at that time, but if you find a thicker one, I’ll be the better. You won’t have to cut four times the size of your wrist that way, and only use one. But at the end, it doesn’t really make a difference because it’ll be cover with the jumprings, but it’s easier, and more resistent.

With a eye head pin, take the strings inside the loop, close, and pass it through the eye of the end cap, to finally glue it down to secure. Once it’s dry, start adding the jumprings.

To make that, I put a small piece of tape to the other end of the strings because it was easier for me to thread the jumprings this way.
Once you reach the desire lenght, if there’s any excess of string, cut it down. Add the pin to the other end cap and glue it to the string end. I basically put glue everywhere. You’ll never be completely sure, you know.
Add closure and you’re done.

jump + brac

Making the jumprings will take you some time, since you need a lot of them to cover the entire bracelet, but once you learn how to make it, it’s going to be super simple.

Hope you like it, feel free to visit my YouTube channel and subscribe to show some love 🙂
Here is the video if you want to see it too.

Bye.

Bead Charm Bracelet – DIY

charm bra

Hello again!
As I said in my previous post, I’m actually updating my blog again, so you’ll be seeing posts of old videos I have already uploaded to YouTube a while ago.

This one is one of my most used bracelets of all I’ve done so far, I don’t really have a reason for that but the truth is that I love it. The colors, the style, the pearls, I just love it.

It’s super simple to make (pretty much like everything I do), you only need some wire, flat head pins and random beads you may have abandoned somewhere in your craft area.

Find something to shape the wire into a round form that could fit your wrist, secure one end with a loop, then move to make the bead charms. Or make the charms first and then shape the wire, that’s up to you.

Making the charms is actually the easiest thing ever. You only need to thread them through the pins and close the end with a loop as well. If there’s any excess of wire, feel free to cut it out so the charms are not so large.
Finally you have to add the charms to the wire until it’s almost all covered and close the  end with another loop.

charm bracelet

Isn’t it the easiest and cutest thing ever?

Hope you like it, feel free to visit my YouTube channel and subscribe to show some love 🙂

Here is the video if you want to see it too.

Bye.