Tuesday, December 6, 2011

{Tutorial} DIY Bracelet



I made this bracelet quite a while back already and never got around to posting the pictures I had taken to share with you. This is a super easy and inexpensive project! The belt I used was thrifted but you could also use an old one that you already have. The main thing to look for is a belt with a buckle or rivet that screws on (please let me know if you know what this specific type of rivet is called).




Since it screws on, it is so easy to unscrew and shorten your belt OR make a cool little bracelet for yourself or as a gift! Here's the step by step...









Told ya' it was easy. ;o)
This bracelet is great to stack with other bracelets like a few bangles or one of these friendship bracelets. And, I love that it's also simple enough when I'm having a t-shirt day with my jeans and boots. Hope you enjoyed the tutorial. Have a great day! :o)

*the Crop-a-Dile can easily be found at the craft store or online*


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5 comments:

Rhiannon said...

What a cute and easy idea :)

Vicky said...

What a great bracelet. This would make a super gift. I am a new fb and Twitter follower visiting from Whipperberry. Vicky from Mess For Less

Mooberry Farmwife said...

One of my daughters enjoys jewelry making and this looks like a great project.... I'm going to share it with her. Maybe she can make a few Christmas gifts! Thank you for the tutorial.

Aimee said...

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XO, Aimee from ItsOverflowing!

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c.w.frosting said...

Ooo, I didn't know rivets came in a "screw together" form. This is so simple & cute!

-caroline @ c.w.frosting