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Scrap Ribbon Bracelet DIY

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!

Scrap Ribbon Bracelet DIY by Trinkets in BloomScrap Ribbon Bracelet DIY adding glue for studs


Scrap Ribbon Bracelet DIY Supplies
step 1
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.Scrap Ribbon Bracelet DIY tapping the endScrap Ribbon Bracelet DIY hemming ends

step 2
Cut strips of your tacky strips and place them on the edges of your fancy trim.Scrap Ribbon Bracelet DIY tapping the back

step 3
Press your fancy trim onto the middle of your satin ribbon.Scrap Ribbon Bracelet DIY adding trim to ribbon

step 4
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.Scrap Ribbon Bracelet DIY prepping the studs

step 5
Place a drop of Jewel-it glue wherever you want your studs to be.Scrap Ribbon Bracelet DIY adding glue for studs

step 6
Press your studs into the glue and let it dry.Scrap Ribbon Bracelet DIY finished

step 7
Wrap your bracelet around your wrist and tie.Scrap Ribbon Bracelet DIY by Trinkets in BloomScrap Ribbon Bracelet DIY by Trinkets in Bloom

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!

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