Use colorful fabric scraps and plastic or wood bangles to create fun bracelets for any age. Add vintage buttons to your bracelet for a finishing touch on this scrap fabric craft.
We decided that the memory wire bracelets are not only simple to make, but simple to wear.
Butterflies are so graceful and majestic, and they look especially pretty in a charm bracelet with some glitter and Mod Podge. Add the inspirational words of your choice to personalize.
Colored elastic isn't just for braces anymore. Learn how to make cool bracelets out of rubber bands with this Twistz Bandz tutorial. Zig and zag these neon bands together to form a chain-link-like effect!
Use the macrame tutorial for help creating this colorful beaded macrame bracelet. You can also create a ring with the same technique.
Make an elegant chunky beaded bracelet with this project and you'll be on your way to learning how to make jewelry. If you want to wear self made jewelry, this project is for you!
Using two colors of DMC floss and ladybug and flower buttons you can create a nice looking friendship bracelet. Help the kids make this one for their friends. These are great for birthday parties or school activities.
Looking for an easy wire wrapping technique that can be used to dress up almost any kind of bead? This Caged Wire-Wrapped Beads Bracelet wrap pattern works particularly well on larger round beads like the gorgeous ones used here.
Buttons and decorative brads are incredible inspiration for this easy to make bracelet. Personalize with colors and themes of your choice too!
When it comes to DIY bracelet craft ideas, what's not to like? Create a "Don't Hate" Leather Cuff and wear it every single day. The positive message and stylish design make this a real treat. This bracelet is so easy to create, you'll want to make more than one. This is also a great gift to make for a stylish friend or family member. If you're new to crafting or just want to create something a little different, this is the perfect project for you. Use a paint pen to add your phrase to the cuff and let your work speak for itself. The next time someone says they don't love DIY, tell them "Don't Hate!"