Edgy yet elegant this Studded Scrap Ribbon Bracelet DIY is a great fall accessory and since it can be made with scraps of ribbons and trims you may already have at home, it won’t cost you a fortune!
SUPPLIES YOU’LL NEED:
- Satin ribbon
- Fancy trim (I used a scrap – 6 inches long left over from this top)
- Pliers (if your studs have prongs)
- Aleene’s Instant Tacky
- Jewel-it glue
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Use your tacky strips to glue the edges of your fancy trim. Place a small strip across the edge and fold over to hem it and keep it from unraveling.
Cut strips of your tacky strips and place them on the edges of your fancy trim.
Press your fancy trim onto the middle of your satin ribbon.
If your studs have prongs like mine, I recommend that you fold the prongs over to make a flat back on your studs. This will make it easier to glue them to your bracelet.
Place a drop of Jewel-it glue wherever you want your studs to be.
Press your studs into the glue and let it dry.
Wrap your bracelet around your wrist and tie.
I was inspired to make this bracelet after attempting to clean out my craft supplies. I wasn’t super successful in getting my craft room organized, but I did find some cool supplies I forgot I had. I LOVE when I can put together a project without having to go out and buy something.
Have you made something with leftover supplies from other projects that you just love? Leave a comment and let us know!
Be sure to share photos of your bracelets using #rockyourwrists I’d love to see what you make!