We all need a little reassurance from time to time, so create your own Inspirational Charm Bracelet for that extra support. DIY jewelry crafts can be a great way to boost your sense of self. Upcycle old charms or create new ones.
Turn excess paper into a jewelry masterpiece. If you are stuck with excess paper, then this is the craft for you. Combine clay and colorful paper to create a wearable work of art.
No sew fabric crafts are a great way to get a quick craft fix. They're also inexpensive and so easy to create. Make your own No Sew Fabric Bracelet and show off your girly side. This is an eco-friendly yet stylish craft idea.
If any of your friends enjoy making bead bracelets, this Fall Leaves Bracelet will be a hit. Beautiful Sapphires and pearls complement the silver clasp that's accented with leaves.
Use memory wire and your favorite beads to make this winter memory wire bracelet, which makes a great Christmas gift or New Year's Eve accessory! Learn how to make cool bracelets with this simple video tutorial.
With this easy to follow tutorial, you can make a charm bracelet that's original and unique! This DIY Charm Bracelet project teaches you how to stamp your own charms, so you can have a bracelet that's meaningful to you.
If you find yourself collecting pop top cans, put them to use with this Upcycled Soda Top Bracelet tutorial. This easy project is great for crafters of all ages and a fun and unique way to show off your upcycling skills.
This bracelet works well in a variety of color combinations. Try mixing pink teardrops with green rectangles or red teardrops with black rectangles.
Show off your jewelry making skills with this California Roll Bracelet from Polyform Products! Never wonder how to make clay jewelry again...with this polymer clay craft, you'll be able to make all kinds of fun clay beads and bangles!
Stay hydrated and look cute at the same time with these Girly Water Bottle Friendship Bracelets. Water bottle crafts for kids show just how easy it is to help the Earth, plus it's a great excuse to get creative. Make a bunch and wear them all year long.