How to Make a Spring Rhinestone Bracelet

Spring is here and it’s the perfect opportunity to bring some color to our jewelry! Let’s see how you can make a beautiful spring rhinestone and suede bracelet with a pop of colour!


Materials :
-rhinestone cup chain
-suede cord
-2 jumprings
-1 cord crimp-ending
-waxed cord


First off, measure your wrist and cut a piece of suede cord twice that size. Tie one end of the cord forming a loop like this. Take a big jumpring and attach it to that loop. That’s one end of your bracelet.


Now take the piece of rhinestone chain and place it in the middle. You are going to attach the rhinestone to the suede cord using the wax cord. Now that you have determined were the chain will start, make a double loop there with the waxed cord.


Continue by wrapping the waxed cord over the rhinestone and the suede and finish off with a double loop. Use a dap of glue to hide the finishing knots.


With your flat-nose pliers attach the ending on the other side of the bracelet.


Finally using a jumpring attach the lobster clasp and your bracelet is ready!


Wear it and enjoy spring!


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Cool Leather Bracelet Made from Old Bag

Cool Leather Bracelet Made from Old Bag

Girls, do you like this multi-strand leather bracelet? If your answer is yes, you shall never miss this post, because I’m going to share you a video tutorial on how to make this adorable leather bracelet. Before we get start, let’s prepare the materials first!

We’ll need:
Normal brass chain
Rhinestone cup chain
End caps
Jump rings
Lobster clasps
And of course, the leather comes from your old bag

Yes, the leather strands are made by fake leather from an old bag. That sounds really interesting right? You wanna know the details? Let’s take a look at the video!

WOW! That’s really amazing to make such a lovely bracelet from an old bag! Iulia is so creative! Thanks for her sharing of this brilliant idea!

I bet every girl has at least one old bag at home! Maybe you just think it’s a waste to throw them away, so you keep them at home though actually you don’t know how to deal with them. So now, after viewing Iulia’s video tutorial, do you figure out a new way to treat you old bags?

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