Friendship bracelets remind me of summertime! I love all the great ideas that have been making their way around the web in the past few months for DIY stackable bracelets made from the most simple of materials. I’ve rounded up my favorites and the tutorials that go along with them so you can make your own. View them after the jump!
Woven DMC 1 of 10I love this easy method of making woven bracelets using a simple cardboard template.
Check out the tutorial at Michael Ann.
Dainty String and Metal 2 of 10Cute, dainty little bracelets for any occasion using metal beads.
See the step by step photos at Dawanda.
Wrapped and Layered 3 of 10I love these stackable bracelets made from cording! Just a little wrapping involved!
Check out the tutorial at Honestly WTF.
Rope and S-Hooks 4 of 10Simple rope = fabulous. Great for any age.
The tutorial is available at Honestly WTF.
Pearls and String 5 of 10Pearly and colorful.....a brilliant use of rope pearls.
Find the full tutorial at Heodeza.
Chain and Rhinestones 6 of 10Mix a trip to the hardware store with some rhinestones!
The step by step photos are available at I Spy DIY.
Beads and Cord 7 of 10$5 for the materials! This bead/cord bracelet looks so great and it's easy to make.
You can make your own by visiting Henry Happened.
Hex Nuts and Rope 8 of 10What?! Another trip to the hardware store? I love this rope and hex nut combo!
See the tutorial at Honestly WTF.
Buttons 9 of 10A way to use up buttons! Showcase them on your wrist.
This cute bracelet tutorial was found at I Spy DIY.
Woven T-Shirts 10 of 10Woven t-shirt bracelets. Genius.
V&Co shares how to make your using your fingers as a loom!
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