Hemp products such as twine or yarn are often used in various crafts, and today we’ll have a look how to use hemp for bracelets. These easy and cute accessories can be made by anyone and are nice additions to various outfits.
The first tutorial is about a braided hemp bracelet with donut beads. The style of the bracelet will depends on the type of beads you choose.
These easy friendship bracelets make up in no time at all. You can use your favorite connectors from the jewelry department, or just take a look around. So many kinds of embellishments can be turned into these fun and easy bracelets!
These colorful bracelets are fun gifts to make for friends, especially for warm-weather wear and camp-type activities, since you hardly need any supplies. Once you get the technique down, they also make up really quickly.
Today’s sailboat and anchor bracelet project made with hemp and fun connectors. Once you’ve got the technique down, you can apply it to any style connector to make all kinds of summertime bracelets.
Have you seen the Shamballa-style bracelets and thought about making your own? With basic macrame techniques, a bit of cord and beautiful beads, you can! They add some sparkle to any outfit, and are a hit with jewelry lovers of all ages. Today’s tutorial will walk you through how to make your own adjustable shamballa-style bracelet.
Whether it’s a tradition for you, or you just want to try something new, try to make a surprisingly simple ankle bracelet! There’s a lot of room for variation with this design depending on the beads you like. If you are new to jewelry and findings intimidate you, or you know you will be wearing it all summer long, you can also make this a friendship-style bracelet.
This grass green woven bracelet look very cute and I love the embellishment! Perfect for the warm weather coming! Make it for the spring and rock all the season!