Are you interested in charmed bracelets? Do you want to make your own? If you want a personalized one, stick around and learn how to make one with this tutorial by Alejandra’s Styles.
[Tutorial] DIY Braided Charmed Bracelet That Will Add Glitz To Your OOTD
Must-Have Accessory: Charm Braided Bracelet
Personalized accessories hold a special beauty for everyone. They show the person’s personality and design preferences. If you are the type of person that is interested in crafts and charms and likes to incorporate them in her accessories, this article is for you. Learn how to make a braided charmed bracelet that’s just for you.
In this project, you’ll need:
- 14 Charms
- 3 Leather Cords (32″ each)
Step 1: The Knot
To get started, grab the 3 leather cords and tie them into a knot. you can do this by making a loop and then pass one end through it.
Step 2: The Clip
Ask a friend to hold it for you. Secure the knot in the clip. This will keep the cord in place while you are working on it.
Step 3: The Braid
Do a basic braid. Cross the right cord over the center cord and cross the left cord over the center cord. Repeat the process 6 times.
Step 4: The Charms
After 6 braids add the charm, slide the right cord to the metal ring. Braid the cords again for 6 tomes and add another charm. Continue the process until you’ve added all of the 14 charms. Secure the end of the braid with a simple knot.
Wrap it around your wrist. To secure, leave about 2 inches from both ends and tie them like a shoe lace.
Lo and Behold!
You’ve created your very own braided charmed bracelet.
Watch the full video tutorial below:
You can make different variations of this bracelet by having color or charm combinations based on your preference. Make them as long as you like or put any charm that represents your hobbies or favorite things. So what are you waiting for? Make your own or give them to your friends as a gift. They will definitely appreciate it!
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Originally posted on May 24, 2016 @ 6:13 AM