Here’s a simple project I was working on last night. I don’t know about you guys, but I like these kinds of easy, no-brainer DIY’s and think that working with your hands is the perfect antidote for Photoshop burn-out (dayum, that bumper photo tutorial took a lot longer to figure out than I thought it would!). So, I have a small collection of vintage glass beads and buttons, and like my vintage sequins, they were just gathering dust in my closet. I thought it was a good time to use them and maybe even combine some of them with my new alphabet beads. So, I made some ID bracelets and I think they turned out pretty good. Anyway, I thought I would share this soothing DIY with you. By the way, I just realized that these would make great friendship bracelet alternatives and the good thing is that they only take a few minutes to make. On the other hand, it took me almost 24 hours of braiding to finish this!
Our supplies: scissors, beads, and elastic cord.
Wrap the cord around your wrist and measure. Add about 4 inches so your bracelet will be easy to tie once it’s finished.
String the beads onto the cord and leave some room to tie. That’s it!
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ftura medium (osx font native)