10 DIY Bracelets Made With Unusual Materialscraftyamy
I’m a huge fan of bracelets. If I need something simple to dress up an outfit, bracelets are the way to go! They can be such a conversation piece as well. Lately I’ve been thinking about making bracelets out of some interesting materials, so I did a bit of research to find some inspiration. It turns out I’m not the only one who has thought of making bracelets using unusual supplies! Here are ten ideas for bracelet crafts using things like spikes, pom poms and zippers. Prepare to be inspired by these fun ideas – just click through the slideshow to see them.
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Hex Nuts 2 of 11Weave hex nuts together to create a unique statement bracelet.
Learn how it was made at Trinkets in Bloom
Rope and Pulley 3 of 11Get inexpensive pulleys from the hardware store to make these fun and slightly masculine bracelets.
See how they were made at Sweet Paul
Colorful Legos 4 of 11Use some of those extra Legos to make some fun friendship bracelets.
Get the instructions at The Centsible Life
Simple Spikes 5 of 11Ribbon and spikes make the perfect combination in this easy-to-make bracelet.
Get the instructions at Trinkets in Bloom
Drinking Straws 6 of 11Use regular drinking straws covered with paint and Mod Podge to create this unique bracelet.
See how it was made at Mark Montano
Popsicle Sticks 7 of 11Turn popsicle sticks into bracelets by boiling them - then decorate with papers.
Get the how-to at seven thirty three
Bright Zippers 8 of 11Decorate zippers with paint and turn them into bracelets - so bright and fun!
Find the step-by-step at iLovetoCreate
Colorful Wire 9 of 11Get colored wire from the hardware store and wrap it to turn it into charms.
Find the instructions at WobiSobi
Pom Poms 10 of 11Turn a sewing trim into a non-conventional bracelet by attaching it to a base with jump rings.
Get the instructions at Thanks, I Made It
Measuring Tape 11 of 11Turn a tape measure into a simple bracelet with few basic supplies. This would make a great gift for a seamstress.
Learn how to make it at Goodnight Boutique
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