Ribbon Covered Bangles 
: Super easy project covering wooden craft bangles by knotting & wrapping a strand of decorative ribbon.
Ribbon & Bead Braid : Make a bracelet or necklace with this technique using a few yards of ribbon and a couple dozen gold beads.
: Strips of fabric are sewn and braided to make a cuff, then crafty bling added for embellishment.
Fabric : Fabric strips with a tattered edge are wrapped and glued around thick cotton cord, ends glued together.
: Learn how to make these childhood favorites that are made from strands of embroidery floss braided together.
Leather Bow : Just a few supplies needed to make this project, a piece of leather, super glue, thread and a snap button.
: Strip of fabric or leather shoe lace is braided around a second strip of fabric or leather shoe lace, knotted at ends.
Beaded : Beads are strung through stretchy jewelry cord, ends tied in a knot and secured with a dab of glue.
Purple Bubbles Knit 
: Seed beads are strung on DMC cotton then knit together, toggle clasp at ends.
Fabric Braided : Strips of fabric are sewn into casings, cord run through each, then braided together. Lobster clasps attached on ends.
Popsicle Stick 
: Popsicle sticks are soaked overnight in water then curved inside a glass to dry. Decorate with paint & beads.
Upcycled Leather Jewelry : Three different bracelet designs made with leather recycled from an old purse or jacket.
DIY Sailor’s Knot 
: Twine is wrapped and woven around a can to make the bracelet, ends woven together to finish.
Calypso St. Barth Knock Off : A couple yards of ribbon and small link gold chain are braided together, jewelry clasp closure attached on ends.
Faux-Leather Cuff 
: An aluminum cuff blank is covered with felt, fake leather from a belt and embellished with silver plated chain.
Ruffle Cuff : Sheer fabric is ruffled then sewn onto a base fabric then glued around a bracelet cuff (inside finished with ribbon).
No-Knit Cable 
: Easy Peasy! A strip is cut from an old sweater, folded then sewn together to form a bracelet.
Handmade Crocheted : Made with two different colored crochet threads and a button. Three different pattern sizes available (Small, Medium & Large).
Shrinky Dink 
: Free vintage images included to print onto inkjet printable Shrinky Dinks sheets (via pdf downloads).
Black & White Photos : Photos are glued onto a thick piece of cardboard then sealed with packing tape, jump rings attached and then connected to each other.
: Clever idea, links are connected by jump rings threaded through two buttons (one on each side).
Buttons & Elastic : A quick and easy project sewing assorted buttons onto a strip of elastic (ends sewn together).
Gypsy Button 
: Reminiscent of a charm bracelet, this is made with shank buttons and jump rings.
Beads & Buttons : You can make with chain or a charm-style bracelet, attach buttons & beads with jump rings.
Square Knot Macrame 
: A clipboard is used to hold a length of cord in place while it’s made, finished off with a bead on the end.
Pop Tabs : Save your pop tabs for this crafty project, ribbon, string or elastic is used to hold them together.
Lanvin Inspired: Ribbon & Pearls 
: Satin or grosgrain ribbon, faux-pearl beads and thread are all that’s needed for this project.
Textured String : Plastic bangles are covered with string (one end glued inside of bangle before wrapping thread).
: Seed beads are strung on six strand embroidery thread and then crocheted, jewelry clasp attached on ends.
Utility Cord Bangle : Made with a few rows of crochet chains (made with utility cord) and metal chain (optional).
Recycled From Plastic Bottles 
: The plastic is wrapped in duct tape first then cut and covered with fabric and other decorative embellishments.
Jelly Cuffs : Made with dollar store jelly headbands and can be embellished with ribbons, decorative trims, buttons and jewelry clasps.
Chain & Rhinestone 
: Made with gold and silver chain, rhinestone, black suede rope and a bracelet closure.
Woven Leather Watch Band : Strips of faux leather (in different colors) are woven together to make this lovely band.
Paper Covered 
: A wooden bangle blank is covered with bits of pretty paper, Mod Podge and a decoupage sealant (optional).
Fabric Yo-Yo : Small fabric yo-yo’s are stitched together and a button sewn in the center of each.
Fabric Watch Band 
: A snapped fabric band with sweet ruffle for embellishment.
Beaded Watchbands : Supplies needed are a wristwatch, bead-and-jewelry cord, assorted beads, jump rings and head pins.
Leather Triple-Wrap 
: Strips of leather are cut then wrapped with embroidery floss in assorted colors, hook & eye closure at ends.
Jersey Knit : Learn how to weave (with your fingers!) three strips of jersey knit into this fun fashion accessory.
Leather Cuff Bracelets 
: Made with decorative leather, tooling leather, glue, edging solution and a cuff bracelet clasp.
Braided Leather String : A length of leather string is knotted at one end then braided using a board with nails to hold string in place while braiding.
Wrapped Leather How-To 
: Supplies needed: leather cord (both 1.5mm and 2mm will work), gemstones, glass, crystals or pearl beads, sturdy thread and a button or bead for the clasp.
Knitted Bangles : Made with a plastic bangle or an empty cardboard tape roll.
Lacey Crochet 
: A skein of DMC Cotton, popper/press stud and a coordinating button are all that’s needed to make this lacey treat.
Charm : Made with assorted coins, tokens or metal discs, chain link and split rings.
Mixed Media 
: A strip of leather, metal rings, rivets, a short strand of chain and glass pearls.
Spiral Peyote How-To : This beading technique can be used to make assorted pieces (necklaces, bracelets, etc.).
Trompe L-Oeil 
: Gold and copper pens are used to transfer design, finish with a coat of acrylic varnish.
Braided Suede : Strands of suede cord, pearls, charms, a lobster lock and jump rings or extender chain.