DIY Fashion: Woven Ribbon Chain Bracelet

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If you saw my DIY bangle post then you know how much I love the stacked bracelet look. Here’s another incredibly easy tutorial on how to customize your own jewelry. All you need is a 12 inch piece of ribbon and a chain bracelet, which can be found in the jewelry section of any craft store. Tie the ribbon to one end of your bracelet, slide on a bobby pin, and with the assistance of that pin start weaving the ribbon in and out of the chain loops. Once you reach the end of the chain, cut and tie another knot in the ribbon. Use a lighter to singe the ends of the ribbon to avoid any fraying. Voila! It’s that simple. Stack on wrist with bangles or other bracelets and now you have some stylish new arm candy! 

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6 comments

Gloria said...

What a pretty DIY - love how the red looks against the gold chain!

sherri lynn said...

I love this! I think stacked bracelets or bangles always look so pretty.

Stephanie @ henry happened said...

That bobby pin idea is the best thing I've heard in ages!!!!

Sam @ The Junk House said...

That’s so pretty and sounds so easy! I’m definitely going to try this one!

SJ @ Homemaker On A Dime said...

Really appreciate you linking up this awesome post at Creative Bloggers' Party & Hop :) Please continue sharing your creativity with us during the weekly party.

Tammy said...

This is so pretty! Thanks for sharing it with us. :)

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