30 Second DIY Cuff Bracelet

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Hands down and by far the easiest bracelet you will ever make in your life.  No kidding.  It really does take all of 30 seconds to make this bracelet and I LOVE the results.  This is a must try especially if you don’t have any jewelry experience.  All you need is gluing experience which I know you have! 🙂

supplies

Here’s What You Need:

  • E6000 Adhesive
  • Brass Cuff Bracelet (It’s 1.5″ thick.  You can find them here.)
  • Large Blue Faceted Agate Stone (They have a great selection here.  This is 45 x 58mm)

Agate Stone With Glue

Step 1:

Look at your stone and determine which side you want face up.  Flip it over and apply the E6000 adhesive.

Bracelet with stone

Step 2:  

Place your stone in the middle of the cuff giving it a firm push to hold it in place.  Let it dry.

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There you have it!  It’s so simple and such a great statement piece for anyone’s wardrobe.  Can you say… LOVE IT!

Finished Bracelet 1

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Easy Beaded Bangles

Final Image Beaded Bangle Bracelet

Here’s a very easy tutorial for making expensive looking golden beaded bangles.  All you need are a few supplies and a little patience.

Here are the materials you need:

  • 26 GA Gold Wire (Roughly 4 yards)
  • Thin Matte Gold Bangel  (You can find them here.)
  • 3 mm Matte Gold Beads
  • Scissors or Wire Cutters

Beaded Bangle Mat

Step 1:   Cut your length of 5 mm wire to about 1.5 yards. A little extra length is better because it really needs to be long enough to wrap the bangle and hold all of the beads in place. Start by placing the end of the wire on the inside of the bracelet.  Wrap the wire around the bangle twice.

beginning the bracelets

Step 2:   Place a bead onto the wire and wrap it over the top and back through the center of the bangle.

second step

When your done wrapping the bead in place it should look like the picture below.

step 3Step 3:   Place the next bead on the wire and repeat until you’ve covered the entire bangle. Remember, the beads you have already wrapped in place should be on your right side as you’re working around the bangle. End the bracelet by weaving the end into the previous loops made and trimming any extra length.

Finished Bracelets

 Well, that’s pretty much it! I love the way these gold ones look and as you can see they are super easy to make.  Now that you know how to make these, go ahead and use your imagination to make any number of different bead color combinations.

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