DIY Braided Bead Bracelet

It’s been awhile since our last bracelet DIY. I don’t know about you, but our wrists have been begging for another colorful addition for months now. So after playing with some materials that were already on hand, we’ve created a tutorial for a braided bead bracelet, which is a not so distant cousin of the hex nut and wrap bracelet. Because honestly, you can never have too many . . .

You’ll need:

Cut the waxed linen cord into a 26″ and 19″ piece. Fold the longer strand in half. Align one end of the shorter strand with both ends of the longer strand. Fold the excess over the top of the folded piece creating two parallel loops. (Click images to enlarge)

Tie a knot about half an inch down from the loops. Snip off the extra fourth strand, leaving 3 equal strands of equal length.

Start braiding the strands. After about an inch or so, braid in the beads. Thread a bead onto the outer left strand.

Push the bead against the base of the braid, and cross the left strand over the middle. Now thread another bead onto the outer right strand. Push it to the base of the braid and crossover.

Keep a finger at the base of the braid, holding the beads in their place and keeping the braid tight. Continue threading on beads before each strand is crossed over.

Finish the bracelet with another inch of braided cord, measuring it against the wrist. Tie a knot.

Thread on a two hole button – two strands through one hole and one strand through another. Secure it with another knot.

Trim the end.

Your bracelet is finished! Try using different colored waxed linen and beads.

(all images by HonestlyWTF)

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844 Comments

  1. Love it!

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  2. Slađi wrote:

    OMG this is gorgeous! Have to try make my own one!

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  3. Amazing! Love all of your jewelry DIYs!

    xoxo
    http://fashionagony.blogspot.com/

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  4. Obsessed with this DIY! Going to try it!
    http://www.fashionifancy.com

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  5. Stephanie wrote:

    really cute DIY! you guys are the best at this, seriously 🙂

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  6. Domonique wrote:

    Thanks for sharing, I want to make a bunch for Spring 🙂 Lovely blog too!

    x

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  7. Johanna wrote:

    You just came up with a solution to my “there’s not pretty enough bracelets in my local stores” problem 🙂 thank you for sharing this! xoxo

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  8. Flora wrote:

    You guys make the absolute best DIYs. Thanks. I love making these to give away to friends.

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  9. strikkelise wrote:

    this is great! thanks!

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  10. so so cool! I think I’ll try these out…

    -Aliya
    http://marantphiles.com

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  11. Maria wrote:

    I’ve been wanting to try this for awhile! This is so amazing!

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  12. i am gonna try this out tonight! it’s awesome!

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  13. Nikki wrote:

    This is a great tutorial! I love all the variations on colour and size. This is definitely something I will be trying at home on my own. Thanks for sharing!

    http://www.cositabella.com

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  14. Wow, that looks really easy for something that ends up pretty impressive looking! Love the assortment of colors.
    http://hrcktheherald.wordpress.com/

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  15. emerja wrote:

    I love them!!!

    Once I finish my exams I’ll prepare more DIY on my blog too:)

    http://www.emerjadesign.blogspot.com

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  16. Thanks for the inspiration!! I definitely want to give it a try!! xoxo
    http://www.hellohellofriday.com

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  17. Mallory wrote:

    Another awesome DIY!!

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  18. Such a great DIY! So easy and so cool!

    http://iabsolutelylove.blogspot.com/

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  19. Anne wrote:

    Awesome! I’ll make it tomorrow.. And I think ill tweak it to make it diff. Will be posting it on my blog..
    http://www.annesanchorage.blogspot.com/

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  20. shannon wrote:

    you should definitely have a giveaway where the prize are you awesome bracelets you’ve made!! just so jealous of your beautiful accessories!!

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    • Erica wrote:

      @shannon, great idea – thanks!! 😉

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  21. Anne wrote:

    Simple and efficient! I’m doing it!
    Anne http://www.tadapanama.com

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  22. Thanks for the great idea, I love arm parties 🙂

    http://www.31west54thstreet.blogspot.com

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  23. Ambyr wrote:

    Simple enough! And I love all the mixtures of colors. The gold and purple is great together.

    xoxo
    http://www.thewrittenrunway.com

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  24. natasha wrote:

    i love these! i am obsessed with my bracelets!

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  25. Pilar wrote:

    They look fantastic! And easy to make, thanks for sharing!

    http://secondopilar.blogspot.com/

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  26. stop it! you guys are amazing. making these pronto!!

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  27. Ashley wrote:

    These are amazing! I’m going to need to try these asap!

    http://styleash.blogspot.com/

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  28. Ally wrote:

    this is an amazing DIY!! I can’t wait to go get my supplies and begin making these immediately 🙂

    http://www.confessionsoftheglitterati.com/

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  29. kristina wrote:

    another gorgeous arm party!
    xx, k

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  30. Freaking fantastic! I love these and need to make them asap!
    xoxo
    Lia

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  31. Rebecca wrote:

    I love this and I’ve got to try it! Thanks!!

    Rebecca (hearts)…

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  32. Yvonne wrote:

    love!

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  33. Vanessa wrote:

    I love bracelets! What a great DIY!! Thanks 🙂

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  34. YAYYY!!! Love this!

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  35. michelle wrote:

    pretty thanks for sharing,im having a H&M x Versace dress giveaway,come join? http://mwanwan.blogspot.com/2012/01/h-versace-giveway.html

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  36. Deana wrote:

    So pretty.

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  37. tortuga wrote:

    how funny! I ended up doing something like this when I tried to make the hex nut bracelet and I’m glad to see a tutorial for this. great minds think alike, but your bracelets always come out looking much prettier, as per usual. keep up the good work <3

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  38. Sheila wrote:

    You super talented at making these bracelets, do you have a shop where you sell all the DIY jewelry that you make? I can never get the right materials and it never comes out as good as yours… I think I suck at making jewelry in general, LOL

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  39. Sheila wrote:

    I meant *You’re

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  40. AMAZING! I’m doing it right away! 😀

    I just did a DIY inspired by Andy Torres COS knot necklace 😀

    Stop by my blog – I’d love to! 🙂

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  41. heidi wrote:

    love this! When you make these, do you tie the bracelet to anything to create tension? I’ve been trying to come up with something, but my best idea so far is to pin it to a dog collar and put the collar around my foot or a table leg. Any better ideas?

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    • Erica wrote:

      @Heidi, you won’t need to tie it down to create tension because the waxed linen cord has no stretch and is sticky enough where it will hold the beads in place nicely. Good luck! xx

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  42. Ella wrote:

    I love all your tutorials on bracelets, I have made so many!!

    thanks for the help!

    xoxo

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  43. sarah wrote:

    Need a wrist full of these ASAP- now I know what I’m doing tonight!

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  44. Petra wrote:

    Simple and beautiful. Great!

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  45. Lotts wrote:

    Amazing! Will be giving these a go asap.

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  46. Joselia wrote:

    I loved this tutorial ! thanks

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  47. love it! looks easy enough too!

    http://www.absurdlypeculiar.blogspot.com

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  48. I WANT IT & I’M DOING IT!!!!!!! thanks!

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  49. gorgeous, as always!

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  50. Jessica wrote:

    Gorgeous, as usual. I never get tired of you DIY bracelets.

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  51. So totally doing this ASAP!! Love. Thanks for keeping us inspired, ladies!

    Mendi @ Her Late Night Cravings

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  52. Bong wrote:

    I love it! It is beautiful! I can’t wait to try it myself.

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  53. Steffy wrote:

    Oh my gosh, just another amazing DIY! Totally in love with your bracelets. Please do more DIY’s!

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  54. Catita wrote:

    Love it! Will try it asap!
    xoxo
    CAtita

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  55. Susann wrote:

    Wow, those look fantastic – I’ll have to try that tutorial!

    xx, Susann
    http://fashioninpepperland.blogspot.com/

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  56. Nerea R. wrote:

    Wow honey, your blog it’s so cool!

    Wanna see mine? It’s a blog about people’s shoes…´

    http://cuidadoquemepisas.blogspot.com

    xoxo

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  57. kimiya wrote:

    Really cute DIY!
    youngfashionn.blogspot.com

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  58. David wrote:

    Can’t wait to make some of those! ;D

    xo

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  59. vivienne k wrote:

    Thanks for another great DIY idea!
    I will definetly be making a wristfull of these!
    love, vivi

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  60. KYBOE USA wrote:

    I need these in every color to coordinate with my watches. You make it look so easy, I think I might be able to make them (or a mess!).

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  61. Felicia wrote:

    Makes me want to rush to the crafts store. Great DIY!

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  62. elaine harris wrote:

    Love these bracelets. Your blog is awesome!

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  63. Eva wrote:

    I love your Coach Willis!

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  64. Rita wrote:

    CUTE DIY project, you inspire me a lot!

    You can check my DIY projects on my blog also, hope you like it!

    http://Www.primandpolishedby.blogspot.com

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  65. elizabeth wrote:

    just tried this…….made one for myself, my 2 sisters and my mom!!! love love love!

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  66. melissa wrote:

    Awesome! Loving this tutorial!…. my wrists thank you…almost made one!!!

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  67. I think I just found my weekend project 🙂

    – Sara @ Gameday Stylist

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  68. beatrix wrote:

    Thanks so much for all of the great bracelet diys! 😀
    Could you do one every week or so? 🙂

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  69. Silvia wrote:

    La voy a hacer 🙂

    Insanecloset.blogspot.com

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  70. Bettina wrote:

    I love this DIY. These bracelets look so pretty! Did you get these beads at a special bead store or is something a local craft store would have?

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  71. YAYY new weekend project! thank you erica + lauren!

    http://www.dragonnfruit.com

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  72. Chicara wrote:

    This looks stunning! Great idea. ♥

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  73. Roseanne wrote:

    that looks super cool!Need to create time to dive into that.x

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  74. Wow. Great Tutorial!!!! Now I have a craft to do with my teenage girls that I think they would LIKE to do with me.
    Thanks

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  75. J Umm wrote:

    this is so pro!!
    STYLE DECORUM

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  76. fashionra wrote:

    I love it! It is beautiful! I can’t wait to try it myself.

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  77. anne wrote:

    i can’t wait to make this.. beats buying already made ones. This makes them more special.

    follow me on
    http://annesanchorage.blogspot.com/

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  78. emily wrote:

    Super cute and looks really easy! Keep the DIYs coming!

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  79. Anastasija wrote:

    Love, love, love this! Must try, thanks a lot!:)

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  80. I loooove all the d.i.y. bracelets! cannot wait to make these!!

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  81. Elodie wrote:

    Great diy !

    Just wanted to know how thick is the thread you used ? Thanks a lot and take care xoxo

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    • Erica wrote:

      @Elodie, the wax cord is no thicker than 1mm.

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  82. DC2NY wrote:

    Oh, wow, so pretty and so….Honestly WTF!!!
    I was looking for ways to enhance my wrists! Great job!
    So making it!!!

    http://dc2nyconfessions.com

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  83. Jess Wilcox wrote:

    Okay I love these! I have done something like this when I saw the hex nut bracelet, but I didn’t care for my clasp. I am obsessed with the cute buttons, but the link isn’t taking me to them, please help! I have been trying to find something like that for so long. Thank you in advance! xoxo

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    • Erica wrote:

      @Jess, they must have sold out of the buttons. I’ve updated the link to more two holed gold buttons! Good luck! xx

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  84. Star wrote:

    man, I wish I had saw this DIY while I was in the craft store today… something told me to pickup some seed beads.

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  85. Jessie wrote:

    that looks awesome! this is my favorite kind of bracelet trend. super chic and fantastic 🙂
    xx, http://wordbyjessie.com/

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  86. modelovers wrote:

    GREAT GREAT IDEA!!! I love your DIY!

    Tanja

    http://www.modelovers.com

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  87. Julie wrote:

    so cute!! all the bracelet DIYs are fabulous, and i love how creative everything is on this website! *worships*
    <3

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  88. Jess Wilcox wrote:

    Thanks @Erica 🙂

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  89. shannon wrote:

    @ erica
    will you then consider the giveaway to help those unfortunate ones who arent great at DIYs? (ahem.. me!!)

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    • Erica wrote:

      @shannon, totally taking it into consideration. thanks for the suggestion. stay tuned!! 😉

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  90. mikky wrote:

    these are so pretty. Love them. thinking of making these in red and pink for valentines day.

    🙂
    mikky
    http://www.todaloos.com

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  91. Casey wrote:

    I have totally been wanting to add some color to my wrists and I’ve been in the crafty mood – tonight’s project sorted.

    Thanks so much WTF!

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  92. love your diy’s! such a money saver (: http://fashionslash.blogspot.com

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  93. Lauren wrote:

    Honestly, congratulations ! 😀 This blog are awesome, and your ideas too. I think I’ll made this bracelet. 😛
    Bye ! 🙂

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  94. pita wrote:

    This looks so cuuuuteeee 🙂

    xx
    Pita
    Romwe $20 giveaway at http://midafternoonlush.blogspot.com

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  95. Diane wrote:

    Erica – I too am obsessed with bracelets. I noticed in your last bracelet DIY the photo showed two bracelets (1 blue and 1 green) that looked like they were made from leather and ball chain, but they seemed to be triple strands of leather and double ball chain. Is there a tutorial for that one or any resources that you can direct me to?

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    • Erica wrote:

      @Diane, that is our DIY Wrap Bracelet found here . Links are under the supply list for the chain and leather. Happy DIYing! xx

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  96. S wrote:

    it really pretty!!!!! really want to try it, if u did not have waxed linen cord, could you use any type of string

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  97. bren wrote:

    Compliments on your instructions. The pictures are great!

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  98. Jamie wrote:

    I tried this one and I got waxed linen cord, I have had somewhat of a problem with the linen cord unraveling when I am trying to bead it?? Not sure why or if I have gotten the wrong cord, could you please help!! I have one done but would love to make many…. =)

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  99. Jen wrote:

    Lovely! I’m bookmarking this for later 😉

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  100. belle wrote:

    i’m in love with this look. i am already looking for the materials. when getting the waxed linen does it matter if it’s 2, 3 or 4 ply?

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  101. Caitlin wrote:

    This is a great bracelet. I love all the bracelets you make and have made a bunch. I especially like the woven chain bracelet and was just wondering where you purchased the curb link bracelets in the above pictures.

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  102. Dana wrote:

    Where do you buy your supplies? Thank you 🙂

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  103. wieneke wrote:

    I love it, although I have a problem with the inches.. I only know centimeters haha… but looking for material on ebay.. now just wait for them to arrive.

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  104. I want to make, like, ten million of these!

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  105. Jeeya wrote:

    I’m a total DIY person & can’t wait to try these too… I’ve made a few of my own in the past, but they look different and I’ve used different materials. The whole DIY section is AWESOME!!! ….some great ideas!

    I’d love inputs from your guys on my [ Indian ] Art & Fashion blog:

    http://www.g–yo.com

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  106. Chanel wrote:

    cannot wait to try these myself. I’m going to try and make these wrap bracelets.

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  107. Did you use gold beads or bronze beads? I’d love to make some bracelets!

    Maybelline, Forever 21, Revlon, Covergirl, NYC, and Wet n Wild New Years Giveaway on my blog!
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  108. ayh wrote:

    Where did you get the studded gold bracelet you’re wearing in the front of the stack, the one closest to your hand? Its gorgeee

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  109. Nettan wrote:

    Lovely. Made an own interpretation. Check out at
    http://supernettan.blogspot.com/

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  110. Jen wrote:
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  111. these remind me of the indian wedding bracelets we tie during weddings! they have beads & bells….

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  112. Amanda wrote:

    this is a great tutorial and the bracelet is super easy to make!! thanks so much for posting this! i loved it so much i linked to you here:

    http://amandahappilycreative.blogspot.com/2012/01/braided-bead-bracelet.html

    thanks again!!!

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  113. Assya wrote:

    Hi,
    First I have to say that I love your DIY projects. I am trying to make one of these braided bracelets however I am having the hardest time with it. I don’t if it is the type of waxed linen cord that I am using but it is not staying in place and I find it hard to be able to thread a bead without the whole thing coming undone. Also the end of the cord itself comes undone. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.

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  114. Katherine wrote:

    Thanks for your inspirational DIY~ I tried it out today 🙂

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  115. Love it!

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  116. lucy wrote:

    soo pretty and soo much fun to make! im going to make me some! do you think you can diy these wire bracelets ive been dying to have/make they are the alex and ani adjustable wire bangles. kind of like this

    http://shop.nordstrom.com/s/alex-and-ani-tree-of-life-wire-bangle/3252329?siteid=J84DHJLQkR4-AuhzpIXnScUEvQ8MSDxU6g&url=http://shop.nordstrom.com/s/alex-and-ani-tree-of-life-wire-bangle/3252329?origin=category&cm_ven=Linkshare&cm_cat=partner&cm_pla=10&cm_ite=1

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  117. lucy wrote:

    i love these. where did u get these buttons? the link u have isnt the same thanks

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  118. waltx009 wrote:

    Love the bracelet, although I had the hardest time making one! They didn’t have any of the waxed cord at my local store, so I bought some small yarn instead, and I also ended up with size 6 instead of 8 beads. Next time I will have to try the waxed cord!

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  119. you alway make my day with your lovely DIYs…so cute..

    P.s. check my tumblr for a reblog of your technicolor short.

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  120. jandi wrote:

    hi, this diy is fantastic!

    also, would you mind sharing the exact name of the silver and gold coloured beeds you used for this project? i followed the link ornamenttea.com, but i can’t seem to find the ones you used. they’re quite pretty and a perfect match for the waxed linen cords…

    thank you!

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  121. Sara wrote:

    seriously this is the best DYI its soo pretty .. im gonna make one for me my bff and my little sister .. can’t wait to get the materials!!!!

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  122. robin wrote:

    how do you keep the beads from ending up UNDER your wrist and the button on top?

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  123. beautiful pieces! trying it!

    Bises,
    monkeyshines
    http://monkeyshines-monkeyshines.blogspot.com/

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  124. Hi, is very, very pretty, i loved, thanks for sharing

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  125. Jocelyne wrote:

    So great!!!
    Can’t wait to make some of those !

    charming-addiction.blogspot.com

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  126. GonzoDeluxe wrote:

    I just made two of these and I’m not stopping! Took me a minute to get the braiding right so that the beads would lay outside of the center. Once I got that sorted, it all fell into place.

    I used regular hemp cord, which was unraveling like a mofo, so I just lit a candle, waited a few minutes, and drug the ends quickly through the wax. Easy peasey.

    Dying to try the hex nut one.

    Thanks SO much for these DIY’s!

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  127. Katie wrote:

    I’m doing this one soon, and I did the hex nut one last night. I LOVE your DIY’s. Also, you are the first person I’ve seen who, like me, has a white engagement ring with a yellow gold band. I feel like I’m in good company.

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  128. Paula wrote:

    AWESOME, just made my first bracelet and am planning on making more.

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  129. Em wrote:

    I used a clipboard to hold it at the top while braiding. Fun stuff but it takes a little practice!!

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  130. Eliana wrote:

    I LOVE IT!!! Is nothing more desapointing when somebody put a DIY and is a failure when you try.
    BUT HERE IS ALWAYS GOOD!!!
    Did one of this bracelets and came exactly like the ones your make!!!
    THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!

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  131. Grace wrote:

    I just made my own bracelet, and it was really easy! Thanks very much for the tutorial!! <3

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  132. chris wrote:

    love all your DIY bracelets and I’ve gotten my sister hooked too!

    its been asked before but I didn’t see an answer – the gold bracelet at the front of the stack closest to the wrist, with the square studs, may I know who makes it? I absolutely COVET it.

    thanks, xx.
    chris

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  133. Melissa wrote:

    Most awesome tutorial! I made a few of these and everyone has been commenting on them. Thanks for sharing! (:

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  134. yolanda wrote:

    Me encantan, y son facilísimos de hacer. Gracias.

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  135. Blinkerbunnie wrote:

    I love all your diys if u can’t get your hands on linen cord would embroidery or hemp or cotton floss or cord also work.?

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  136. Becky wrote:

    Love this! But, I have a question. The turquoise bracelet in the middle appears to be of a different style. Is it? Can you share how to create it?

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  137. Massiell wrote:

    Honestly you are awesome! first of all because you are a master to create these stunning bracelets and second of all because you share your art!!! from 0 to 10 I give you 10!!!

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  138. Mary Jane Tharpe wrote:

    I hope practice makes perfect! My first one doesn’t look as pretty as the ones in the picture. Maybe trying to drink margaritas whilst crafting is not a good idea!!

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  139. Sophie wrote:

    I really need help for ” into a 26″ and 19″ piece” is that inches or …

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    • Erica wrote:

      @Sophie, 26″ and 29″ is in inches.

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  140. Emily Jane wrote:

    Love this! I don’t have the patience though ):

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  141. Sophie wrote:

    Thank you so much Erica. Have you made it?

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  142. Mhea wrote:

    I want it!:D tomorrow i’m going to go shopping 😀

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  143. Katharina wrote:

    omg i so love your DIY´s! i already bought a whole bunch of stuff to start crafting myself, all of your stuff is such an inspiration!
    check out my blog!

    http://ketchembunnies.blogspot.com/

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  144. Amy wrote:

    Already made three today. Obsessed. Thanks!

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  145. dilek wrote:

    loved this bracelets.Tomorrow i’m going to shopping and try this bracelets:)so exciting:) I want to share your pictures and diy in my blog:)

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  146. Dale wrote:

    LOVE THESE.

    simplewordslittlethings.wordpress.com

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  147. christine wrote:

    the cording i bought would not fit through the seeds no matter how i coerced it, ended up using embroidery floss. the braids weren’t as neat, but i still love it. thanks!

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  148. This bracelet is definitely cute and looks really simple. At first I wasn’t exactly sure of what you meant with your explanations, but reading all the way through as well as paying close attention to the pictures helped. Thank you for including so many!
    I am curious if embroidery floss works as well as the waxed linen? It probably wouldn’t be quite as solid, but that might also make for a little more comfort on the wrist, especially if people have sensitive skin. Also, do you have a favorite place to get your beads?
    Well, no matter what, I am definitely excited for a new project!

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  149. Margherita wrote:

    Wonderful! Great idea!!!

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  150. Connie wrote:

    Love this…I just tried this today. Check my attempt on my blog http://everythings-blue.blogspot.com/

    x

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  151. Lala Rot wrote:

    If you love this, you will certaily love my Tumblr!

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  152. Lala Rot wrote:

    If you love this, you will certaily love my Tumblr!

    lalarot.tumblr.com

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  153. indiana wrote:

    Hi i love this tutorial i have a question can i use a size 10/0 sea bead because i can’t find the size 8/0 on the craft store that i go becausr i don’t buy online thanks

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  154. Tracey wrote:

    I could only find wax linen in white and black, boring! I got the white and 2 size beads, 8/0 and 10/0. I couldn’t seem to get the 8/o to fit onto the linen and it looked very small. Used the 10 and everything went smoothly. Very fun, pretty bracelet! Will be on the lookout for different colors. Hemp??

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  155. Thank you for sharing. I have tried. I have made 5 just today

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  156. Cherel wrote:

    Gorgeous! I absolutely love them!

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  157. anonymous wrote:

    the bracelets were really cool, i’d love to try it sometime. i used to make bracelets all of the time and i would crochet things, but i kind of just stopped doing it as i got older. maybe it’s time to start back up! thanks!

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  158. Tina wrote:

    Just tried these and it’s so simple but gorgeous! Thank you for this DIY 🙂

    xx Tina

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  159. good!nice nice

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  160. Margaret Wimberley wrote:

    Very pretty. Want to try to make them with my granddaughter.

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  161. ankita lalwani wrote:

    absoluely love dis! thanx a lott! gonna start with one right away 🙂

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  162. Kim wrote:

    Sweet bracelets – thank you for sharing!

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  163. cicy wrote:

    This is really kewl,can anyone suggest shops and online websites for good and heavy black metal jewellery??

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  164. Kristi wrote:

    This is an awesome DIY! Such a simple idea, for such a beautiful gift for friends and family! Thank you!

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  165. Petula wrote:

    Oh yea, I am really loving this… I’m going to have to try this, but I was hoping to use cord I have and don’t think I have any waxed… I’m going to look in a minute. Gorgeous! Thanks.

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  166. Kinna wrote:

    This is simply beautiful. however you make it look alot EASIER that the execution. I’ve been trying this for 2 weeks with my students. They leave dissapointed and I leave EFFIN frustrated!. Honestly….WTF!!!

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  167. Leslie wrote:

    Bracelet making

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  168. marylovest wrote:

    Wow awesome! Very simply but beautiful bracelets.

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  169. I really love the bracelets! I have used this technique to make Christmas ornaments.

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  170. djuwarsjah wrote:

    Excellent..So unique and beautiful

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  171. didi wrote:

    This tutorial looks easy but I had the hardest time keeping the beads into place ! Do you have any tips to make it easier ? Love you DIY by the way ! 🙂

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  172. kati wrote:

    Found this on pinterest and decided to make them…but my local craft store only had one color of waxed linen cord so i decided to use hemp cord instead (looked almost identical and was the same size, but in looots of colors). Let me tell you…you need the waxed stuff. Haha. It took me 45 minutes to about a half inch braided, because the thread kept fraying at the ends and I couldn’t get the beads on. I’m making the trip to the other craft store 40 minutes away from my house today to get the waxed cord, I am not giving up until I have some beautiful bracelets! Just letting everyone know…if you think of using something else…don’t. Definitely get the waxed linen cord. Good luck DIY-ers!

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  173. Catherine Yarmosh wrote:

    love it!!!!

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  174. Vibram wrote:

    Very creative bracelet! I loved it, so simple and elegant…

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  175. I love your DIY jelwery! Very cool!

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  177. Samantha wrote:

    soo cool! I recently brought some like this in Bali but really want to learn how to make them myself. Now I can! Thanks! x

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  178. Debbie wrote:

    Very nice .. do you have others where they are made out of embroidery floss?

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  179. Nicee! Also visit our web site silverstar.ro!

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  180. I really loves your DIY, it looks beautiful and can give such gifts to girl friend to impress her. Thanks for sharing

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  181. These are hot! I’m so going to make a couple just need the wax linen cord. Thanks for sharing

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  182. samantha wrote:

    omfg im so gonna make these!! im allergic to metal so I cant wear chains but omfg these look like chains!! perfect for me!

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  183. Imani wrote:

    I love these! My daughter and I worked on these last week, they are fantastic. Now for the hex bracelet!

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  184. Nice ! Very NICE!!!! Silverstar.ro

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  185. Hey, these are a really cool idea! I just started getting creative about different types of jewelry incorporating different Zodiac signs (as you went over in your post over here: http://honestlywtf.com/art/whats-your-sign/ )

    Do you think you could make several bracelets that when you wear them in a certain order will make one big, neat image? You’ve really got me thinking, and with a bit of brainstorming we could make some great jewelry!

    Thank you for sharing!

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  186. Kathy wrote:

    I am going to try these, I am dreaming of the colors so I can stack a few of them. Thanks!

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  187. Esther wrote:

    I really need to know where to get colored waxed linen! I can only find white or cream! I need colors! Not Michaels, Hobby Lobby or Ben Franklin! What do I do??

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  188. Anna wrote:

    I love this bracelet, but why do you ask for 1.5 yard of cord and then only say to use 45 inches of it? thats like a foot of cord left over…

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  189. This is good…

    But any travel problem so visit…

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  190. Excellent work, thanks for share

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  191. Lizandra wrote:

    I really loved it! Thanks 😀

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  192. Jess wrote:

    Fantastic now I know what I can be up to tomorrow!

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  193. Great,I will make one .

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  194. N.D. wrote:

    I really like these…Awesome!

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  195. Shawnie wrote:

    These look very cool
    think i might try making them 🙂

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  196. aliza wrote:

    I really like

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  197. xiaowei wrote:

    very nice for me.like them.

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  198. Stephanie wrote:

    I ran into a problem trying to make these. Big craft stores like Michaels and JoAnns don’t have the correct size threading. I find the correct size beads but then can’t thread them onto the rope/threading. Do you get all of your materials online?

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  199. TLK! wrote:

    I LOVE this. So many possibilities!

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  200. Kate wrote:

    I recently purchased some similar bracelets at a market while on vacation – but they aren’t nearly as nice as these. Looks pretty easy to do too! 🙂

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  201. jessicagarcias wrote:

    So simple to make but when wore it looks stylish…

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  202. Amazing!! I’m definitely gonna try that out!!

    http://citeparadis.blogspot.com/

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  203. 4polinka wrote:

    Great tute. Now I need to find beads. Thank you for sharing.

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  204. Lisa B wrote:

    These are just darling bracelets! Made one this afternoon with my own twist on it and posted a picture on my blog: http://jewelrybird.blogspot.com/2012/04/perfect-summer-beaded-wrap.html

    Thanks so much for the idea and easy-to-follow instructions!

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  205. Bre R. wrote:

    love these bracelets! just how to tie it on to your arm to secure it?

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  206. So pretty! Definitely trying this.

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  207. aileen wrote:

    very cool idea thank you!!

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  208. ireallylovemusic wrote:

    LOVE!!!!!!!!!

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  209. Ferris wrote:

    Where do you get all your cool looking beads, buttons, etc.?

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  210. Alice wrote:

    Sigh… I was so excited to try this that I didn’t bother looking for the wax linen string and instead just used the regular thread that I have at home. I made the two strings into three strings each to make it more sturdy, but this still just is not working. So a tip for anyone trying to do what I’m doing, don’t! Just follow the instructions. As soon as I get around to getting this thread, though, I’m trying again!

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  211. Ramona wrote:

    Thanks for sharing. You make it look easy. I’m going to try to make one.

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  212. Romelyn wrote:

    Hi I quick question. I bought 1mm waxed cotton cord and 8/0 seed beads, but i’m having a really difficult time threading the beads onto the cord. I gave up because it’s taking me 10 minutes to get the bead on, and then the end of the cord keeps fraying. Should I use a larger bead? Is there a thinner cord size?

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  213. Suzanne wrote:

    Just made a couple of these tonight with my daughter. Do you have any tips or helpful gadgets to use to keep the cord tight while beading?

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  214. They look pretty cool but also easy to make 🙂 Thanks for the tip!!

    Cheers!

    http://www.smilingstyle.com

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  215. Tiffany wrote:

    Wow! Just. Wow! I’m going to try this soon. Thanks for the tip!

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  216. Claire wrote:

    Hi Erica,
    What is the exact color of the name of the Toho beads that you used? Galvanized gold? Bronze? Thanks, great diy!

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    • Erica wrote:

      @claire, I used the galvanized gold beads. Good luck! xx

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  217. jennn wrote:

    where can i find the materials ?
    I can’t find any beads or the waxed linen cords anywheree.. I went to 3differnt michaels and joann fabrics…

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  218. really cool way to made bracelet , this would be very pricey 🙂 thanks for sharing

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  219. Aja` wrote:

    I am going to try this out. I love making things myself ^_^. For those going to their local store, try Hobby Lobby or ebay. On ebay they have sellers who sell the waxed linen thread in bulk for a low price.

    http://www.etsy.com/shop/mienkintoshfairie

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  220. mae wrote:

    Hi,
    I was wondering if you had to choose the beads that were the same size. I have a pack of seed beads but the sizes are different. I tried making the bracelet but since the beads are uneven they did not turn out right.

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    • Erica wrote:

      @mae, yes – the beads used were the same size.

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  221. Selina wrote:

    OH, This DIY So Beautiful.

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  222. Vedette wrote:

    This looks so awesome. I am going to try this out with my kids on the weekend. I’m sure they would love to do things like this, thank you for giving me a new weekend project.

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  223. SHAY wrote:

    AWESOME!!!!!

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  224. Katarina wrote:

    Love!

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  225. Cindy wrote:

    If you like these be sure to check out http://www.silveradojewellery.ca/ they have the best quality breads and bracelets.

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  226. Emily M. wrote:

    I am making these and I used the cotton waxed cord. That is all they have at Michaels. I got the 6 and it BARELY fits on the cord. It is so frustrating. I need a bigger bead but they don’t have any. I LOVE THESE BRACELETS but I don’t have the right stuff.

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  227. Sherry wrote:

    Cute jewelry by nice DIY design.

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  228. flo wrote:

    Thank you for this tutorial! My friend’s birthday is tomorrow so i’m going to make this one for her.

    loves flo ♥

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  229. Bj Hickman wrote:

    Erica, I just want to commend you. You have such amazing tutorials, but even more impressive is how quickly and efficiently you respond to questions in the comments sections of your tutorials. I had a couple of questions, and I was able to browse your comments and find the answers to them all. That’s rare on most DIY blogs. Thank you for so generously sharing your giftedness with us other DIYers.

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  230. Zoe wrote:

    Thank you so much for the idea! Also for the link to the waxed linen distributer. Its been difficult to find one that ships to Canada without breaking the bank.
    Thank you!

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  231. kati wrote:

    tip: if the ends of your cord keeps fraying and you can’t get the beads on, take a little clear nail polish and put it on the end of the cords, and twist them (in the natural direction that they are already twisted) until the ends are really small and pointy. let the nail polish dry, and you should have no more problems 🙂 i tried to make the bracelets about 12 times until i finally though to do this. good luck!

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  232. emmy wrote:

    What color beads from Ornamentea.com is used in this tutorial? I see from the pictures its a goldish/bronze color and I also see a silver from other pictures. Cant tell which color is used for the 8/o seed beads. I think the silver lined medium gold is sold out. Boo

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  233. What a great post thanks for sharing these beautiful bracelets.These are so easy to make you have shown it so nicely.Liked them perfect now will wear matching with my dresses by making it.

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  234. ciera wrote:

    hey not only did i just make these bracelet and love them i also love your other bracelet. can you tell all your fans where you got ’em at ..please!!!!

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  235. Nejva wrote:

    I’ll try, absolutely beautiful

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  236. Barbra wrote:

    so cuteeeee!! i luv it, i will try it but i don’t know where can i buy the beads…
    loveeeeeeeeeeeeeee

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  237. Fajas wrote:

    I’ve seen something similar before but instead of beads, she used golden knots for it.

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  238. ana wrote:

    I love the bracelets, they are very unique!!!!

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  239. brooke wrote:

    How do you do the light pink and white bracelet , so cute but i can not seem to find a tutorial anywhere !

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  240. tania wrote:

    This is very simple & unique, but bracelets are too good.

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  241. Deanne wrote:

    This is sweet, thanks for posting this! I’m having issues threading most of the beads, though. I have 1 mm waxed linen cord and the 8/o sized seed beads. Someone told me to use glue or beeswax but it’s taking longer than I thought to thread the beads in. I’ve also tried trimming the ends of the cord but it becomes a repeated issue. Any advice?

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  242. francisca wrote:

    Awesome! For more diy fun, including hand weaving, dying, batik, and jewelry join our workshop in Costa Rica!
    ethicalfashionacademy.com

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  243. Chris wrote:

    Neat! A terrific tutorial!

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  244. Lisa wrote:

    Beautiful bracelet!

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  245. Lisa wrote:

    I tried your tutorial using drop fringe beads. It turned out gorgeous. Thanks for the tutorial. Your bracelets are beautiful.

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  246. daisy wrote:

    love it..

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  247. thess wrote:

    so lovely informative idea i like pink and my little girl as well….
    whampoah.com/project1/watphrakheo.html

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  248. Iram wrote:

    Nice Update

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  249. Awesome tutorial, that makes sense, inspiration and doing something different.

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  250. andrea wrote:

    Lol cute

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  251. Meredith wrote:

    I made this at home and I love it!

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  252. Bianca wrote:

    so cute and turns out really well! thank you 🙂
    http://www.lamodabianca.blogspot.com

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  253. franneh wrote:

    Just made one of these and I absolutely love it! Got tons of compliments on it already. Thanks for the excellent DIY. Looking forward to making all of your DIY bracelets. 🙂

    xo franneh

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  254. Giulia wrote:

    Hi Erica
    I want to do this bracelet: he’s so beautiful!!! 🙂 but I don’t understand what 26″ and 19″ meant (I’m French :3)
    Thank you 😉

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  255. Belen wrote:

    This was excellent!!! Thank you very much!!!!

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  256. UrbanTrendJewelry wrote:

    Awesomeee bracelets!
    Check out my Etsy shop for macrame, stacking and woven chain bracelets :
    http://www.etsy.com/shop/UrbanTrend
    -xx

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  257. Tara wrote:

    How cute! I can’t wait to try this, I’ve been looking for some cute bracelet DIY’s, thank you!

    ~Tara
    tarainthemoment.blogspot.com

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  258. Erika wrote:

    so hard to make! NEVER WORKS! 🙁 can u buy them at shops?

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  259. Darcy wrote:

    So timely a project – perfect DIY for my daughter’s visit! Thank you so much for sharing!!

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  260. Darcy wrote:

    Erika – will be making these, sent me a message if you’d like one and tell me the colour you’d prefer!

    darcyrobb216@gmail.com
    TheWildRoses.etsy.com

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  261. april wrote:

    so cool i love that

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  262. Minnie wrote:

    NICE!

    Lots of love,
    Minnie

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  263. So beautiful your bangles. It’s color combination is really excellent. I don’t have world to say about it……….
    Wholesale Fashion Jewellery

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  264. grace wrote:

    where did you find the colored waxed linen and could you use hemp cord

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    • Lauren wrote:

      @grace there is a link in the supplies list up above where to find waxed cord. I don’t see why hemp wouldn’t work for what you need. Good luck!!

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  265. very creative!!Thanks for sharing.

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  266. Caitlin wrote:
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  267. Kimberlykam wrote:

    Its easy and looks so interesting!

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  268. Doina wrote:

    Nice bracelets. Summer bracelets. Good work 😉

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  269. Eileentmar wrote:

    Its nice and amazing job you know i want to buy my girl friend and i know its really suitable for them. wowo 🙂

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  270. Laurel wrote:

    this took me 2 hours because my string kept fraying and made it impossible to get the beads on

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  271. Sofija wrote:

    This is great, thanks for step-by-step images

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  272. Elizabeth wrote:

    i love this

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  273. Wow, what a great idea! Thanks for the step-by-step instructions!

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  274. Priscila wrote:

    Amazing!!

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  275. Robin wrote:

    nice pic grate think’ s

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  276. Awesome and easy. Loved the idea. Thanks for sharing 🙂

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  277. Mariana wrote:

    I love the bracelets. and thanks for the links on where to get the materials.

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  278. sussy wrote:

    Ya hice la pulsera .,me quedo bastante bien es la primerahasta coger el ritmo , el tutorial es bueno…..gracias

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  279. sussy wrote:

    Ya hice la pulsera .,me quedo bastante bien es la primera hasta coger el ritmo , el tutorial es bue
    no……………………….gracias

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  280. Pegah wrote:

    Wow…there were so great.I really love theme.I am from IRAN.

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  281. Hope wrote:

    These turned out so well! I suck at braiding so it took a little practice, but can make them in a snap now. The waxed linen cord makes a huge difference… I can only find white in all the craft stores in my area so I’ll have to get some different colors off the web.

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  282. Bianca wrote:

    Thats Neat!.

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  283. Nella R. wrote:

    This is a great piece! i’m gonna try all those DIY bracelets and necklace and use it for business.. thanks!

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  284. ManviSoni wrote:

    nics yaa

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  285. Edith wrote:

    Omg I love making them I try to make one and it came out perfect

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  286. Love that DIY!
    I’m going to try this out.. today!

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  287. donna wrote:

    I’ve been wanting to buy some of these but everywhere I find them they don’t fit, my wrist is too large. I’m happy that now I can make my own to fit me!

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  288. gisa wrote:

    wow that’s awesome i will try that

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  289. sanny wrote:

    Hey would you mind letting me know which webhost you’re utilizing? I’ve loaded your blog in 3 completely different web browsers and I must say this blog loads a lot faster then most. Can you suggest a good internet hosting provider at a honest price? Thank you,I appreciate it!

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  290. Lisa wrote:

    I really enjoyed your tutorials. Your bracelets are all beautiful, easy to make and a lot of fun. I look forward to any more tutorials you may add to your website.

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  291. Randy wrote:

    Briljant, rushing to the store to buy all the materials!

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  292. Michele wrote:

    Just made my first one. It came out great. I was able to find the cord at the Michael’s craft store here in DE. I think it was thicker than what the picture showed, but the bracelet still came out great. Thank you so much for sharing this tutorial!

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  293. vicky wrote:

    I love them summer bracelet

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  294. BRT wrote:

    This was a huge fail for me. Michaels and JoAnns did not have the waxed linen cord, so I used waxed cotton and 6/0 glass beads (the 8/0 seed beads didn’t fit). I had a hard time keeping the beads in place on the cord and trying to braid at the same time. Can you offer any tips? I’m dying to make this. Thanks!

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  295. Chris T wrote:

    Hi For BRT-I ust finished making this bracelet and it turned out cute! I too could not find waxed linen and so used 20lb hemp cord that was available. It is heavier and thicker so I bought a larger seed bead, size 6.This size allowed the cord to pass thru easily. There is a trick or two to doing this i thought i would share. After you make the loop put it on a clipboard, and put the loop under the clip. This will hold it tight for you while you work. When you add the beads on, hold the bead up tight to the braided part above and then cross the cord over the middle strand. The bead must stay up and the cord must cross under the bead, You can do this more easily with the clipboard holding the braid taut. While I did it I repeated. SNUG (the bead) then Cross (the cord over the middle strand.) , Snug and Cross- each time. I used about 50 beads for my smaller wrist. I could have done with less-as bracelet sits at the top of my hand, Will try again to perfect the length. If you have more ? I will check back. Good Luck

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  296. BRT wrote:

    Chris T – Thank you for your tips. I made a bracelet this morning after I read your post and it made much more sense. I used 30 beads and I had to use a bigger button. It fits me perfectly with no slack. It’s so pretty and nice. It took forever, but I actually made one thanks to you. Appreciate your help!

    8.12.12
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  297. BRT wrote:

    Wore my bracelet all day yesterday and then put it on this morning for work and the noticed the button came off. Don’t know what I did wrong. So bummed.

    8.13.12
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  298. Nadia wrote:

    I Liked that, i’ll try it 😀

    8.14.12
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  299. Wow, that’s beautiful. I love that. I think I will try to make one.

    8.20.12
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  300. Joe wrote:

    I would love these for my little girl. Could any of you make about 10 of them for me? I would like the same color style that is posted in the image above. My daughter is out on the west coast and I am on the east coast. I think she would really love these.

    great stuff…

    8.22.12
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  301. angel laxro wrote:

    this tutorial is awsome ive been doing this and the more ideas i get from here the more i can make in different colors adnd in different ways thanks hehehehe its awsome hehhhe

    8.23.12
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  302. rachael wrote:

    This is HARD to do. Pretty, but im having issues.

    8.23.12
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  303. lil'minaj wrote:

    i love this

    8.24.12
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  304. Madi W. wrote:

    Thanks for such a great tutorial! I have made a bunch of these and at a party my friends made them too… we wore them nearly every day for weeks! Great job ladies! 🙂

    -Madi
    http://www.acreativeadventure.blogspot.com

    8.26.12
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  305. chieri wrote:

    does anyone know what type of beads to use? like what finish? thanks

    8.27.12
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  306. Lucy wrote:

    ridiculously difficult , almost impossible.

    8.27.12
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  307. lola wrote:

    simple and chic! love it!

    8.28.12
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  308. David Bond wrote:

    Really nice.

    8.28.12
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  309. I can’t wait to try these, gotta love them and so easy.
    Thank you for sharing,
    Smiles:)

    9.3.12
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  310. BRT wrote:

    I just made several of these in no time. The key is to get the waxed linen cord (I bought some online). It’s sticky and helps keep the beads in place. Made a huge difference from the first time I tried to make these.

    9.3.12
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  311. Ashley wrote:

    Do the 6/0 beads fit the waxed cotton cord (could not find linen in stores & the 8/0 beads dont fit the cotton cord). Also what size button fits on the cotton cord?

    9.5.12
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  312. Gwen wrote:

    Ok, that was way harder than it looks but once you get the hang of it you go faster. I used a bamboo cord from the local craft store – shoulda bought wax. It came out cool but is easier if the cord is more controllable and this unwaxed stuff doesn’t stay where you put it and frays when you try to put it through a bead. I have a feeling these would come out cool with any combo/size of cord and bead as long the cord will fit through the bead. Will be playing with more of these.

    9.5.12
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  313. Britt wrote:

    I will bring this to my Jewlery group. They will love it!

    9.10.12
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  314. Chrissy wrote:

    @Erica, thanks so much for this awesome tutorial.
    I’ve been able to make this bracelet but after wearing it out, the button fell off because the square knot at the end came undone. I also noticed the ends of the cord fraying/threads coming apart. I’ve seen bracelets at the store that look like they’ve been sprayed with something to make it harder and unbreakable, do you know how to seal the ends of the waxed linen cord so it doesn’t come undone? just want to make sure my bracelets don’t fall apart, and I don’t want to make several knots and make it look really big at the ends.. thanks so much!!

    9.11.12
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  315. Wanderer wrote:

    Love to try these. seems interesting.

    9.12.12
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  316. Love it!!

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    9.13.12
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  317. Marianne wrote:

    Need to try these – they´re fab! Thanks.

    9.13.12
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  318. Very cool! They look so professional!!

    9.13.12
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  319. Shelby wrote:

    Letting you know I blogged about this awesome tutorial!

    http://something-shiny.weebly.com/tutorials.html

    9.14.12
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  320. gena wrote:

    what is the purse in the first pic? i think i NEED it 😉

    9.15.12
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    • Erica wrote:

      @gena it’s a Coach bag from their Classics collection!

      9.15.12
  321. Awesome art.Am loving it and try to make with myself.

    its look very simple and beautiful.

    9.16.12
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  322. Danelsy wrote:

    Love it!!! i f you want to see ones already pre-made check our this website, http://www.spoiledgirljewelz.com/armcandy
    they have full sets of armcandy bracelets for under $30

    9.17.12
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  323. Very cool! I’m following your every post from now on 😉

    9.17.12
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  324. Abigail wrote:

    Love it! May make them for my sister in college!

    9.17.12
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  325. Amen wrote:

    Do we have to use waxed linen cord? Because I went to the shops and they said they didn’t sell any, however the lady gave me something similar. Will I still be able to make them

    9.17.12
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  326. Amy Hall wrote:

    Hi How are you today 🙂

    9.18.12
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  327. monique wrote:

    so pretty

    9.20.12
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  328. Pelikán Dóra wrote:

    Nem tudom megcsinálni ez egy nagy hülyeség… egy kicsit részletesebben is leírhatnátok ja és nem mellesleg MAGYARUL!
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    9.21.12
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  329. Sue Owens wrote:

    I like the way they explained everything.

    9.21.12
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  330. Trinh wrote:

    Wow, this is awesome. What a great tutorial and it looks so good. Thank you.

    9.22.12
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  331. Danielle wrote:

    This is so great and my friend and I tried it, but we needed all 4 hands to hold the beads in place AND braid it at the same time. How does one person do this? What’s the trick? I can’t seem to hold them in place and thread the beads on alone…

    10.2.12
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  332. Angelika wrote:

    Do you sell these? You should. I don’t think I could find any of the things needed to do this. Ahaha.

    10.6.12
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  333. emma wrote:

    I really loved the bracelet. I will try this one at home. Can wait to see it wearing in my hand 🙂

    10.16.12
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  334. Willy Staples wrote:

    Gold bracelets are really great because they look cool and comfy. –

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    10.16.12
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    10.22.12
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  337. girl wrote:

    thank i like bracelet!!

    10.30.12
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    10.31.12
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  339. John wrote:

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    11.1.12
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  340. failure wrote:

    how come mine didnt turn out like this 🙁

    11.1.12
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  341. mea wrote:

    i would love to try this at home!!!!!

    11.3.12
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  342. Kelly wrote:

    I just made one…it looks great 🙂

    11.3.12
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  343. shyma wrote:

    wooooooooooooow !! love it

    11.6.12
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  344. GemSelect wrote:

    It’s wonderful to see loose beads / gems transform into jewelry. We have some great briolettes and drilled gemstones that would make some interesting designs – http://www.gemselect.com

    11.7.12
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  345. rachid wrote:

    nice and beautiful work . i maded some i selt in a festivale of gnawa . im looking to learn paintings with sand to sell at festivales .

    11.9.12
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  346. Nina Mae Balante wrote:

    This bracelets are very fashion forward at the same time it has a touch of ethnicity to it. It is very intricate yet very simple to make and even I can make one. You can use this technique with a high quality drilled gemstones with the strings and it would still look expensive.

    11.13.12
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  347. Jennifer wrote:

    Thank you for sharing this! I love it, beautiful!

    Tip: Safety pin the beginning loop to your jeans to free up your hands to work. I then dipped the tips of the cord with hot wax, beaded each string with 16 left 17 middle and 16 right and made a small knot at the ends. That way, I didn’t have to stop each turn of the braid to thread a bead, I just dropped the bead into place and continued. When all the beads were finished, I cut the knots at the end to finish as directed and dipped the ends into wax to stop freying.

    I don’t have much money for christmas and I know several girls who will love these! Thank you!!!

    11.13.12
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  348. natalia wrote:

    what does she mean by 19″ and 26″ piece?

    11.13.12
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  349. This is nice, Thank you for sharing this! I love it, beautiful.

    11.29.12
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  350. creative DIY……I LOVE YOU SO MUCH
    thank you for the tutorial!

    11.30.12
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  351. Carmel wrote:

    This is beautiful, like it a lot…

    12.2.12
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  352. jan wrote:

    i dnt know what the big deal it is for what is seen here it is way way to easy to make i do the harder ones like the super storm bracelet

    12.3.12
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  353. ginaguo wrote:

    so beautiful! i like it!

    12.5.12
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  354. Lily wrote:

    Hey! I love this! And I’m planning on making it this week. But I have a question: do you use 2 ply waxed linen or 4 ply?

    12.9.12
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  355. Merry wrote:

    I love this! I have a friend who makes bracelets to help make money for cancer research. These remind me of her work. I love the colors. Thanks!

    12.9.12
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  356. zoha wrote:

    nice

    12.9.12
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  357. Audrey wrote:

    Oh, wow. I have got to have one of those bracelets please! This is really nice!

    12.21.12
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  358. Kendall wrote:

    Wow, those are beautiful. I’d love to learn to make one!

    12.27.12
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  359. Tyra Martin wrote:

    Love it u need to teach me how to make those

    12.27.12
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  360. Jeremy wrote:

    Wow~~~so beautiful

    12.27.12
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  361. sonal wrote:

    awsome…………

    12.31.12
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  362. Emma wrote:

    This is such a cool bracelet

    1.8.13
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  363. noelle wrote:

    Love this – going to try it!

    1.19.13
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  364. So Cute
    Thank you very much to share this

    1.28.13
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  365. alveena.. wrote:

    ahhh…wowww…amazingggg..:)

    2.3.13
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  366. FitznBitz wrote:

    These are BEAUTIFUL 🙂 Would you consider selling them?

    2.5.13
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  367. Heli Munshi wrote:

    very cool! Will be trying this for sure!

    2.5.13
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  368. Million Dollar Trick Revealed.. Nice..!!

    Perfect Work..!!

    2.8.13
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  369. Adriana wrote:

    beautiful!!!!!!!!!!!!!! but it looks hard

    2.9.13
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  370. yanick wrote:

    J’adore , merci pour le partage , idée géniale , jolie et simple à réaliser ♥
    J’enregistre !!!

    2.10.13
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  371. Aderi wrote:

    Me encantan!!!, me encantan!!!, Muchas Gracias!!!

    2.11.13
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  372. So simple and they look great stacked together!

    2.16.13
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  373. Ana Milanezi wrote:

    i absolutely love this! thank u for sharing :)) today i bought a LOT of stuff to do some bracelets, and this one was the first that i’ve made 🙂 since i haven’t found any cute button, i improvised, so here is the result:
    http://img145.imageshack.us/img145/6937/dsc04532g.jpg
    http://img826.imageshack.us/img826/9445/dsc04531rj.jpg

    (sorry for my english)

    xoxo

    2.18.13
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  374. Amy wrote:

    going to make some of ur bracelets for a bright summer this year

    2.20.13
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  375. Kati wrote:

    Where can you get the Waxed Linen Cord in the US? Thanks!

    3.7.13
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  376. Ilse wrote:

    Ahh i love that!! So cool for in the summer!

    3.7.13
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  377. Kristie wrote:

    What ply waxed linen did you use?

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  378. belrokqueen wrote:

    Love it so so much.
    This is my result:
    http://pinterest.com/belrokqueen/diy-braided-bead-bracelet/

    3.12.13
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  379. the best racelet . cercei argint

    3.16.13
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  380. Kholoud wrote:

    Hey! I’m a big fan of your DIYS, and i want to make these bracelets. I’m ordering the materials online, and i wanted to ask whether these bracelets can be made with a 2.4 mm =6/0 size beads or not?

    Love,
    Kholoud

    3.27.13
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  381. Kholoud wrote:

    i mean 2.4 mm=10/0 sorry

    3.27.13
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  382. Christel Heid wrote:

    i really love gold bracelets because they look luxurious.-

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    3.28.13
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  383. punktohnekomma wrote:

    They are so cute 🙂 I made several!! 😀
    http://punktohnekomma.wordpress.com/

    4.2.13
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  384. samson wrote:

    nice wrist tiers

    4.2.13
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  385. karen wrote:

    Nice DIY! They look really great 🙂

    http://www.karenbuckley.co.uk

    4.7.13
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  386. Jane wrote:

    Hi Erica,

    This is simply amazing. I need to start making few of these for the bridesmaids gifts ..

    Please keep posting tutorials like this…

    4.8.13
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  387. Alexis wrote:

    <3 it its adorable

    4.9.13
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  388. Such a nice collection, Its really very nice

    4.10.13
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  389. Khanh wrote:

    Hello,
    I just want to say thank you for doing and posting these DIYs’ photos and instructions, it seems very easy to follow. I think every girl like me used to make bracelets with these strings and forgot about it, thus now looking at these makes me want to create some. I just bought some beads because Michaels’ was having a sale so I guess I will make a few bracelets soon enough (or after the semester ends).

    4.20.13
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  390. rdj wrote:

    wlll waxed leather thread work instead of waxed linen cord?

    4.20.13
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    • Erica wrote:

      @rdj, waxed leather thread should work! good luck!

      4.20.13
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    5.10.13
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  392. lovely very beautiful

    5.27.13
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  393. federica wrote:

    I’ll try to make these beautiful bracelet!
    Thank you!
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    6.18.13
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  394. Procuffs wrote:

    Its awesome, I love it!!

    6.21.13
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  395. Sabrina wrote:

    I cant wait to get my neon seed beads in. I will be making a ton a these bracelets. Please check out my site on etsy. https://www.etsy.com/shop/SabrinaBJewelry?ref=si_shop

    6.21.13
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  396. stuti wrote:

    u guys r awesome . worth it!

    6.24.13
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  397. When creating bracelets for retail, it’s probably a good idea to make fewer styles with a couple different sizes of each rather than the opposite. Think about your clientele—are they teenagers or 50-year-olds? That will give you a sense of which sizes to make.

    6.26.13
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  398. Brittney wrote:

    I was having a hard time beading waxed cotton cord, and I didn’t find linen cord at my local art supply store. So, I cut the end of the cotton cord at an angle and sealed the tip with clear nail polish. It worked great! A makeshift needle of sorts.

    6.28.13
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  399. justine wrote:

    Too cute, will have to try this one!

    6.28.13
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  401. Alli wrote:

    Wow that’s so pretty i should try that sometime

    6.30.13
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  402. Heather wrote:

    Great ideas! I just made my first 2 braided bead bracelets. The first one came out a little crooked but the second one came out perfectly. Thanks for the links to the supplies too. I’ve never made jewelry before so I appreciated all the info on where and what to buy.

    7.5.13
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  403. Tovah wrote:

    Oh my gosh. This is so cool and I can make it to fit perfectly.

    Thank you so much!

    7.21.13
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  404. Maya John wrote:

    Its really great idea I will try. Thanks for sharing

    8.1.13
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  405. dave wrote:

    is there simpler tutorial, or a video? been sat here for two hours and I can’t get past #1,

    ugh, I thought this would be fun. . .

    please?

    8.12.13
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  406. Charlie wrote:

    What is the best way to stop the linen cord from fraying as the beads won’t go on at all 🙁

    8.13.13
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  407. Diana wrote:

    Saw the most beautiful charm bracelet on ebay. Had to buy it.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/300952172905?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649

    8.21.13
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  408. Naty wrote:

    I am a teen myself, and I love this craft! This is also a great idea to have matching ones with your friends! 🙂

    8.23.13
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  409. Belén M wrote:

    Hi! I really love the one that you use in the first picture that is white and pink, Is like this? http://honestlywtf.com/diy/diy-woven-chain-bracelet/ 🙂

    8.23.13
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  410. Naniz wrote:

    Can I use Cotton cord instead of wax linen cord?

    9.30.13
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  411. Great DIY. I love the tutorial. The bracelets are looking so gergeous. Thanks for this awesome giveaway.

    10.2.13
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    11.18.13
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    i’ve made some of these and they are so cool and preaty

    12.19.13
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  418. Rebecca wrote:

    So simple and stylish!

    12.28.13
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  419. Sarah wrote:

    Im looking for one that you can make with tape, and beads and string

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