Here’s a quick & easy diy sari wrap bracelet that I made and took my photos months ago, before we moved back in May. We have been so busy remodeling, painting, yard work, etc. that I just haven’t had time to work on it.
Along with all the work we have been doing I have also been trying to get my craft room in order. It is driving me crazy not being able to just go into my craft room and make something whenever I want. So I’m trying to get my craft room organized when I have any spare time. I’ve bought stack-able tubs and I’m sorting and labeling.
Diy Sari Wrap Bracelet
Back to the tutorial of my diy sari wrap bracelet that you can make and vary the beads, add charms, add lots of beads and charms, etc. Whatever you desire.
For this tutorial I made my own headpins from 20 gauge silver craft wire. You can use pre-made ones or make your own. That’s up to you.
String your turquoise or bead of your choice onto your head pin.
Using your mandrel pliers form a simple wire wrapped bead loop.
Continue making a simple wire wrapped bead loop.
Until you have all of your beads done.
Now thread your ribbon through your decorative bracelet plank, and center.
Start stringing your wire wrapped bead loops onto your ribbon in whatever order you desire.
Be sure to add some on both sides of the decorative plank.
Once you have all your beads strung onto your ribbon there are two different ways you can secure your wrapped bracelet.
You can add a large hole decorative spacer bead by threading both of your ribbon ends through the bead.
Tie a loose knot in both ends of your ribbon.
Wrap the bracelet around your wrist and slide the bead up to secure.
Or you can leave the large hole bead off and just wrap around your wrist, then tie a bow.
I prefer to wrap around and tie a bow, seems more secure.
Do you think I should add more beads to my DIY Sari Wrap Bracelet?
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36″ Sari Silk Ribbon
Turquoise Rondelle Beads
5 Glass Pearls
1 Large Hole Silver Spacer Bead (optional)
20 Gauge Silver Craft Wire
1 Antique Silver Decorative Heart Shaped Bracelet Plank
2 Curve Nose Pliers
1 Round Nose Pliers
Round Mandrel Pliers
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Where can I find the decorative planks?
Linda @ Mixed Kreations says
Hi Sandie! I buy my jewelry making supplies from Hobby Lobby. They have a large variety.