You can make a pair of bling bracelets in 30 minutes or less with Bling on a Roll. A unique handmade jewelry idea!
Complete step by step instructions below!
Do you like to make unique handmade jewelry? There is nothing like receiving a compliment on something you made!
Recently, I was given some Bling on a Roll for a sponsored post. I created a tutorial on how to Bling your Jeans.
We made some boring clearance jeans into fun stylish jeans for my daughter. They quickly became her favorite. In fact, it is hard to get them off of her to wash them!
Bling on a Roll is such a fun product that I had to create another awesome project! This time, it’s for me!
Supplies Used to Make Unique Handmade Bracelets
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How to Make a Braided Bling Bracelet
Layer by ribbon – single strand of Bling on a Roll – ribbon.
Clamp together at the end.
Braid the 3 strands making sure the sparkly side of the Bling on a Roll is always facing up.
When it is desired length trim the end and secure with another clamp.
Attach the lobster claw to one clamp with a jump ring and attach a jump ring to the other clamp and your bracelet is done!
How to Make a Layered Bling Bracelet
Layer a double strand of Bling on a Roll onto a strand of ribbon.
Secure both ends with a clasp.
As you can see in the middle picture, the ribbon doesn’t really want to stay behind the bling so I secured it using glue dots, but you could also use many other types of adhesives as well. (I don’t know how long the glue dots will hold but I have worn it a couple of times, and it is still holding strong.)
Attach a jump ring and clasp to one clamp and a jump ring to the other clasp.
And that is all there is to it! You now have a pair of cute bling bracelets!
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