DIY Gold Tube Bracelets

I have very vivid memories of walking into a bead store for the first time, almost 15 years ago, and being overwhelmed by the million and ten ideas that filled my mind. I was immediately hooked on the concept of transforming simple and unexpected elements into something beautiful and wearable. That moment was the catalyst for my eventual path into jewelry design and craft – my higher calling, if you will. Today’s tutorial takes me back to my first foray into jewelry making, where I’ll show you how to make two delightful bracelets using the same basic component. Get inspired and have fun!

For single, adjustable gold tube bracelets, you’ll need:

Start by cutting the knotting cord into 2 12 inch pieces. Thread a gold noodle tube bead through one of the strands and cross the ends.

And now, all that’s left is the sliding closure! Similar to our macrame bracelet, fold the 2nd strand over the overlapping ends and start tying square knots. Fold the top cord over the bottom cord . . .

. . . and bring the top cord under both the bottom and middle overlapping strands through the loop, into a knot.

Repeat the same step on the right side.

Continue to make 5-6 more knots.

To finish the knots, thread one of the cords onto a needle and sew up the center of 2-3 knots along the backside. Pliers will help pull the needle through the tight knots.

Trim away any excess cord.

Thread two gold spacer beads onto each cord and tie the tips into a knot. Trim.

Your adjustable & colorful bracelets are done!

For a leather wrap gold tube bracelet, you’ll need:

Insert one end of the leather cord into the crimp on cord end. Take a pair of chainnose pliers and squeeze the middle of the end cap to secure the leather cord.

Thread on 7-8 gold noodle tube beads.

Wrap the bracelet around the wrist to gauge the proper length. Trim and crimp on the second end cap.

Using the pliers, open the jump ring connected to the clasp and connect it to one of the end caps.

Wrap, close and your bracelet is complete!

Layer and enjoy.

(Calypso Parachute Skirt, DIY Bracelets, Odette Arrow Cuff Bracelet, Gorjana x Bauble Bar Chevron Bracelet, Mr. Kate Twig Rings, Catbird Heart Ring; all images by HonestlyWTF)

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  1. Your DIYs are always excellent, and always look so polished!

    xoxo
    ~Natasha Fatah~
    ~Natasha Fatah~

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  2. rachel wrote:

    wow theese are a lot simpler than i thought theyd be! also, i have a quick question are you able to switch your blog from wordpress.com to wordpress.org? thank you <3

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  3. Tabetha wrote:
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  4. Michelle wrote:

    LOVE this! As always, thank you for sharing.

    x
    Michelle
    http://www.michellesstylefile.blogspot.com

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  5. This multi-tube bracelet is simply amazing! 🙂

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  6. Fantastic!!!

    xoxo
    Touch Kajal

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  7. rizza wrote:

    i love it! especially the second one

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  8. rizza wrote:

    I LOVE IT

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  9. Mari-Liis wrote:

    Beautiful bracelets! Love the colors and the gold!

    suvimariliis.blogspot.com

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  10. Andrea wrote:

    What a great idea! The guys in my local bead shop should send you a thank you gift, because everytime you share one of your DIY’s I’m immediately running into their store and leaving them
    with a lot of money. ;))
    xo Andrea
    Wonderful and Marvelous

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  11. Diana wrote:

    BEAUTIFUL!!!!! I love the secend bracelet!

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  12. I love these bracelets! Great idea!

    howtowindowshop.blogspot.com

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  13. Votre Amie wrote:

    Aaannnd now I’ve gotta go to the craft store immediately so that I can get these supplies! Your DIY jewelry is always fantabulous!!
    x
    http://www.iloveublank.blogspot.com

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  14. Nelli wrote:

    Love this DIY, looks so easy, but I have to try it first 😀
    Thanks for the lovely inspiration!
    Have anice day,
    N.

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  15. These are lovely, great job!

    http://aurelieandangelo.com/

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  16. Love this. Great DIY as usual.

    $100 Shopbop GIVEAWAY

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  17. greenbean wrote:

    Where can I find that gold chevron charm (or other similar charms with two sides to string on a chain)? Thanks, I’m really trying to find something and having no luck.

    6.19.12
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  18. nuray wrote:

    I fell in love with them :))

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  19. Sinead wrote:

    I love this! It’s very simple but looks great.

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  20. I LOVE THESE BRACELETS.
    FANTASTIC!

    http:amarilloneon.blogspot.com.es

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  21. These are amazing!!!

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  22. Kecia wrote:

    Love these! You guys always have the best DIY!

    xx
    Kecia

    http://www.couturezooblog.com/

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  23. Carol wrote:

    I love your blog!!
    I’m posting from Los Angeles, take a look on the windows of Rodeo Drive and our pictures in Palmdale!!

    http://www.thegavlaks.com

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  24. Michelle S wrote:

    Genius. I have definitely bought a few of these over the years for way too much and I always thought to myself, “I can make this!”

    http://www.prettydinos.com

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  25. Joyce wrote:

    I love this bracelets!!

    Love, Joyce

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  26. Jaeger wrote:
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  27. The look super together when combined

    † The GUILTY HYENA †

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  28. Elisa wrote:

    Awesome! Now let’s see if I can find the supplies in Switzerland 🙂

    6.19.12
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  29. Sari wrote:

    I love them! But I don’t want to do it by myself, where can i buy? 🙂

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  30. I need to make them and start layering! Looks so pretty!! xoxo
    http://www.hellohellofriday.com/

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  31. This is great! brilliant tutorial for the knots too!

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  32. cool idea, and seems so easy.

    : )

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  33. Aisha wrote:

    Just got my supplies, Can’t wait to make these lovelies 🙂

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  34. DC2NY wrote:

    Really gorgeous bracelets, and they look so effortless to make. Ideal summer accessory!

    DC2NYConfessions Blog

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  35. Armu wrote:

    Yay a DIY!!!!!!!! and it’s a bracelet DIY!!!!!!!!

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  36. libby wrote:

    you girls seriously do the BEST bracelet DIYs. i love this bracelet!!

    style-extraordinaire.com

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  37. Floortje wrote:

    LOVE this!!

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  38. Elizabeth wrote:

    Amazing! They’re beautiful 🙂

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  39. Love this !! Def. trying it ! Thank you : )

    x

    http://hippiefruitandsalad.blogspot.com

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  40. Kim wrote:

    I have to try this out. I have some of those beads lurking around somewhere. Thanks for a great visual tutorial x

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  41. Tessa wrote:

    This blog is seriously the BEST EVER:DD

    6.19.12
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  42. Joanne wrote:

    Does anyone know an online source where you can get everything at?

    6.19.12
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  43. Nastya wrote:

    Wow! Really interesting!!! Thank you!!!!

    6.19.12
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  44. Alice wrote:

    this is such a simple and clearly written DIY! I actually have the chinese knotting cord so off to find some beads now 🙂

    6.19.12
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  45. Denise wrote:

    so cute, love it :D!

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  46. saskia wrote:

    Such an amazing project, thanks so much!
    I am a huge fan!!!

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  47. literally amazing, I want to make hundreds! thank you : )

    http://www.dragonnfruit.com

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  48. Anna wrote:

    Loving your little heart ring! May I ask where it’s from?

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  49. Amazing !!!!! 🙂

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  50. Sæunn Rut wrote:

    Wow! The leather one is gorgeous! You always have such great DIYs!

    http://bejeweledbitch.blogspot.com/

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  51. tanya wrote:

    The rainbow ones are so cute! Love them

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  52. Im on a bracelet craze, making a trip to the art supply store!

    6.19.12
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  53. Cathrine wrote:

    WOW they are so beautiful! I know what i’ll be doing this weekend! Thank you so much for the inspiration 🙂

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  54. Susan wrote:

    ohhh…These are being moved to the top of my DIY list. i love bracelets. I wish I had more arms!

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  55. Lorna wrote:

    these are amazing! thanks for sharing.

    http://studsanddreams.blogspot.co.uk

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  56. Beautiful bracelets 🙂

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  57. steph wrote:

    nice DIY, definitely making the leather cord wrap 😉

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  58. january wrote:

    beautiful!
    january, x
    jessicajanuary.com

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  59. CamMi Pham wrote:

    Nice DIY…your diys are always so easy to follow love them
    x
    cammi
    http://www.cammilicious.com

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  60. You are a God. Love these 🙂

    Jenna @ Prima Haven
    http://primahavenblog.blogspot.com/

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  61. Valerie wrote:

    So cool and easy! Like it :))))
    Necklace also might look really nice with this noodle tube beads technique :)))

    http://www.aztecsilver.blogspot.com
    http://www.aztecsilver.blogspot.com
    http://www.aztecsilver.blogspot.com

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  62. Taylor wrote:

    I love your dIy’s. I love making jewelry and spend hours on end at the beading district in NY. This is such a beautiful and simple bracelet, I adore it.
    X

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  63. Jen CK wrote:

    Yet another awesome and easy DIY! Big thanks!

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  64. Rachel wrote:

    Those look fun and you explained it well.

    Vintagehoneybee.blogspot.com

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  65. amy wrote:

    I never seem to get around to making jewelry with this giant sewing pile always giving me the eye.. but these are so cute and fun!

    ~Amy
    http://www.LadyMockingbird.com

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  66. helena wrote:

    I Looooove it : ))) great

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  67. igne wrote:

    looks so cool and fresh! great diy

    6.20.12
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  68. Willian wrote:

    I love it!

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  69. they are amazing 🙂

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  70. Zahra wrote:

    This is awesome, and these will be so versatile for dressy and casual wear! Great D.I.Y!

    x

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  71. Aves Gry wrote:

    Great DIY. I can’t wait to try it out.

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  72. Hanan wrote:

    sooooo nice, I have some of these, but not self made 😉 well done!

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  73. Nilda wrote:

    I want to thank you for your amazing generousity in sharing such great tutorials with all! Thanks a bunch…

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  74. barbie48 wrote:

    where is that ring from i love it!!!

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  75. marj wrote:

    OMG!!!!!!!!!!!! i adore your genius DIY ideas!!!!!!!!!

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  76. natalie wrote:

    this is just great! perfect for every outfit!

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  77. merrybelly wrote:

    Awesome, awesome, awesome!!!! Love this post!
    Merrybellyland777.blogspot.com

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  78. Carla wrote:

    You are a genius! Every bracelet design you make is a must have!! Would love to have you guest blogging on Style Under Fire.

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  79. Lela wrote:

    Love the heart ring! And the bracelets of course. Simple and chic, that’s how I like the DIYs.

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  80. Anne wrote:

    Hi there – lovely DIY. Where is your gorgeous ring from?
    Thx

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  81. Bani wrote:

    Beautiful and simple! I will definitely try this!

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  82. I love small delicate intracate basic jewelry like these.
    Material Fixations

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  83. Alicia wrote:

    Love these! Can’t wait to try… But also love your arrow bracelets too, where are those from?

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  84. Diana wrote:

    I love it, it’s easy and pretty.

    Thanks for sharing , have a great day!

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  85. Sarah wrote:

    Loving these! Especially the neon threads.

    Sarah x
    http://www.tellhershesdreaming.com

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  86. This is way too awesome! Thanks so much!!

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  87. Alexa wrote:

    Hey I fell in love with these! Any chance I can buy one off you? I live in Canada !

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  88. Chrissie wrote:

    I really like the gold ones.

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  89. Ryanne wrote:

    Wow amazing!

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  90. M wrote:

    How cute! Thanks for uploading!

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  91. BOOkie wrote:

    This is so simple but extremely cute.
    Could you please do a tutorial on how to make the Links of London Friendship bracelets.
    http://www.linksoflondon.com/gb-en/online-shop/collections/2012-collection/all/12274-2012-friendship-bracelet—fuchsia

    Just cant seem to figure it out myself.

    Thanks

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  92. Yanet Florez wrote:

    You are awesome!!!!! Thank you for sharing this

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  93. Kasia wrote:

    this is beyond awesome. unfortunately i suck at all this hand-made stuff :c but still- love it. looks absolutely fab 🙂

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  94. these are AWESOME! i’ll be linking from my blog.

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  95. Felicitaciones, sencillas, elegantes y muy bonitas

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  96. Donna wrote:

    That is so awesome!
    I am really going to try this myself!
    Great post!
    I will follow you, I hope you will take a look on my blog and want to follow back!
    xo,

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  97. Thank you for the lesson!! I LOVE these…….

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  98. Patsy wrote:

    Oh my. This is wonderful. It’s dainty and doesn’t look like it’s been DIY-ed.. I love it!

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  99. Narjess wrote:

    Amazing !

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  100. Tricia wrote:

    So cute 🙂

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  101. liz wrote:

    I love these tutorials! The finished product photos are gorgeous, too!

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  102. Celia wrote:

    honestly….awesome.

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  103. Güler wrote:

    its great!

    my DIYs ————> gkdone.blogspot.com

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  104. Cathy wrote:

    where did you find the crimp on cord ends?

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  105. Meli wrote:

    I am having the hardest time putting the thread through the needle and the gold tube bead!!! Help!!

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  106. Julye wrote:

    they look so cool! I’m going to make them too 😉

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  107. Jeline wrote:

    Love this DIY. You’re amazing!!

    xo,
    The Damsel in a Dress

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  108. Aine wrote:

    They are selling the necklace version of these bracelets at urban outfitters at the moment, and these are so much cheaper to make! You could turn these into necklaces for sure! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  109. Lisa wrote:

    Hi, i lurve your page, by far the best i’ve come across for non-daggy DIY! Pls,pls,pls, can we have some DreamCatcher crafting? I would love to see your take on them, Smiles, Lisa..

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  110. ann wrote:

    the bracelet so nice..love love love..

    http://www.ccchinachic.com/

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  111. Lara wrote:

    Cant get 1 mm silk cord thru the 2 mm tube 🙁
    Fire mountain beads online is a great source for the person who asked

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  112. alia wrote:

    hello..bracelet wonderful..
    just little warning..
    your designs are used without reference
    proof here;
    http://modadakankan.blogspot.com/2012/06/sk-bileklik-yapm.html
    written on the name. as if it were your own photo ..

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  113. haiely wrote:

    they are awesime

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  114. irene wibowo wrote:

    thats so beautiful.. I love the idea.. 🙂
    Irene Wibowo

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  115. I am with you on the feeling of walking into a jewelry store when I was younger. I was about 12 and went into a bead store in Cambridge, MA and could NOT believe it. And the things you can get for $10 in a bead store.

    Gorgeous bracelets. Thanks so much for this tutorial. I want to try these!

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  116. This post is awesome! I love ideas to creat things!
    Visit my blogs:
    http://www.fashionblogstyle.com
    http://www.belezamoda.com
    X0X0 😉

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  117. Georgia wrote:

    Thanks for sharing this! The bracelets look great all together.
    I’ve just made a couple of the first ones for myself – http://fourletterbirds.blogspot.com.au/2012/07/monday-macrame-maybe.html and they are definitely simple. I can’t wait to get some different coloured string to make some more.

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  118. Kelsey wrote:

    I cannot get the 1mm cord through the 2mm tube bead for the life of me. How do you do it?!

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  119. I have got to try this to wear with my new Kate Spade bangle watch!

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  120. Tammy wrote:

    Note to Alia. Who posted first? Who is copying who?

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  121. Susana wrote:

    Hello, do you have videos of your bracelets tutorials

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  122. julieta ilisan wrote:

    thanks for sharing this idea, since I am creative, i’ll try to find a material do this.

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  123. Katie wrote:

    I love the DIY bracelets but if you don’t mind me asking, where is the arrow bracelet from?

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  124. Cassidy wrote:

    What are the measurements you used for the spacer beads?

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  125. Jen wrote:

    OMG LOVE THIS <3
    and the ringggg so much, if you don't mind me asking, where is that ring from?

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  126. Dena wrote:

    What MM spacer beads should you use? Thanks!

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    • Erica wrote:

      @Dena beads will vary depending on what millimeter cord you use. I have listed the supplies used above. Good luck!

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  127. Ashley F wrote:

    Is there any other cord I could use beside chinese knotting cord? Or is there another name for chinese knotting cord? I cant find any chinese knotting cord! I live in a rural area and would like to find it around here before I order it online! Thanks

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    • Erica wrote:

      @Ashley F the supplies and links to chinese knotting cord are all listed above in the tutorial

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  128. SAHRA wrote:

    MÜKEMMEL

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  129. Nadja wrote:

    sooo cool! where do you get your ideas from?

    http://somethinglikecreativity.blogspot.co.at/

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  130. Janet wrote:

    I love these, and had to order all of the materials because my local craft stores don’t carry them. I’m so disappointed, the 1mm cord doesn’t fit through the 2x38mm beads. 🙁 Any tricks? Or should I just get bigger noodle beads?

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    • Erica wrote:

      @Janet, sorry to hear the cord didn’t fit. sometimes the sizing will vary depending on the manufactures. I would either try to size up on the bead or size down on the cord. hope that helps. xx

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  131. Ruth wrote:

    I have difficulty believing that someone would pass off someone elses work as their own…

    Not even make new pictures? That takes alot of gall.

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  132. Ruth wrote:

    Do you have a website in another country that will explain that…

    Thanks just curious

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  133. Sara Campbell wrote:

    I love the bracelet but I like the one with the arrow on it the best. Is there a tutorial for that one or do you have to buy it already made?

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  134. Lia wrote:
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  135. Will wrote:

    Just found this & loved it— added it to our weekly roundup today on braclets – http://crapatcrafts.com/?p=3002 – We’ll keep watching. <3 Will – of CrapAtCrafts

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  136. Beleigh wrote:

    I love this! The arrow one is adorable.

    Beleigh, Hearing Aids Colorado

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  137. Pippa J wrote:

    love this look – stacking dainty bracelets, so pretty….keen to try this out 🙂

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  138. Paxton wrote:

    i was wondering where you got both of the arrow bracelets!!!! if you could let me know that would be amazing!!! love your tutorials!!!

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  139. priscilla wrote:

    Omg!! I LOVE your tutorials! Oh I also LOOVEE all the other bracelets you are wearing, by any chance can you remember where you bought it or how to make the arrow bracelets??? I would lovvveeee to have them. I like how you paired all the bracelets together. Anyways I am a big fan of your work and hope you can tell me where you got the other bracelets

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  140. Jen wrote:

    Adorable! Can’t wait to make my own! Thanks for the tutorial & helpful pics.

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  141. Kristellc wrote:

    I love your bracelets and tutorials however I am from the Caribbean… And I don’t have access to materials are there any stores online that I can get materials? I like the gold pieces where can I get those? I am excited to try them please help!

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  142. Very very nice.Thank you very much.

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  143. Simple and easy to follow. Thank you very much for the tutorial!
    http://vintage-by-me.blogspot.com

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  144. this very nice and easy and look nice thank

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  145. Mango wrote:

    Super cool amazing ill surely try it..!

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  146. Haywood Dzurnak wrote:

    I always like jewelry stores and i visit them from time to time whenever possible. –

    Remember to look at our own web site
    http://www.prettygoddess.com

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  147. Laurie wrote:

    That is super cute! I love the gold and brown combo!

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  148. Lydia Hatton wrote:

    What a beautiful and interesting website…

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  149. Sarah wrote:

    So Simple and stunning! This really is the best website I have found in a very long time!

    x

    http://www.stylalia.com

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  150. Tiffy wrote:

    it’s so friggin complicated!!!

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  151. Amrita wrote:

    I just made it! and it looks fantastic!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  152. Ashley wrote:

    I’m a little nervous purchasing the tubing from the website you linked. Its not encrypted! Where else can I find those noodle beads?

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    • Erica wrote:

      @Ashley, you can purchase gold tubes here as well.

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  153. Peter Siddle wrote:

    Wow fantastic blog. lovely design.

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  154. Very cool ideas!! Seems easy to do

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  155. Jessica wrote:

    These are so awesome and simple that I think I could even do it! Thanks for sharing!

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  156. CONCHITA wrote:

    they are so beautiful,thanks for share

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  157. TeaJae wrote:

    awesome idea I love these

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  158. jen mcsweeney wrote:

    you should sell these on etsy. They are fablous

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  159. Sherry wrote:

    Wow. Simple & easy. If I wasn’t loving it up with my bf this weekend I would do this! But next weekend it’s ON! Thanks.

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  160. Marium wrote:

    Where can I purchase these supplies? Can somebody give me the link of the online store, I can’t seem to find the link 🙁

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  161. ExoticPhoenix wrote:

    @Marium

    It’s the first link in the article. It goes to here:

    http://www.beadaholique.com/nsearch.aspx?keywords=gold+noodle+beads&ShowPics=1

    Looks like they have some more tutorials and some matching noodle bead necklaces too. Someone said the site isn’t encrypted, I think that’s only because she didn’t check out. When I checked out, Firefox showed me that all the info I was entering was secure. I shop online a lot and never had a problem.

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  162. CONCHITA wrote:

    they are soooooooooooo cute

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  163. These look like so much fun! Time to go shopping for all the materials! <3 they make for such great gifts too!

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  164. SERENA wrote:

    Which colors of cord did you use in this tutorial from the linked website?

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  165. It looks like simple and cheap. the jewelry have more series in the world. I think the best one i known there named pearlacce.com. and yours is the other one.

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  166. cris wrote:

    I think I found a blog that stole your pictures and you tutorial for the green bracelet http://talesandhandmade.blogspot.ro/2013/03/gold-tube-bracelets.html

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  167. Hope-Elle wrote:

    I love this quick, fun and easy way to create cute bracelets pretty cool!

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  170. kamal wrote:

    Thanks a ton for your idea. Maybe after this i can make it and give it to my friends.

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  171. Huggywuggybear wrote:

    What size are the spacer beads? Mahalo

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  172. Chipy wrote:

    Super easy to make! Just made myself a heap of arm candy. Thanks for the tutorial and inspiration.

    5.29.13
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  173. Amy Marie wrote:

    Do you think I could use a waxed cotton cord in place of the leather cord?
    Thanks, they’re beautiful and I’ll be making them soon.

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  175. Procuffs wrote:

    incredible collection, I love it.

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  176. mia wrote:

    hey i was wondering if i could use embroidery floss as a substitute for the chinese knotting cord…thanks!

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  177. lucyalia wrote:

    nice I really love how simp;e it is to make this and how good it looks

    7.3.13
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  178. BN wrote:

    Great tutorial! However, the link to the spacer beads is incorrect. Can you please give the measurements of them? Thank you!

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  179. so easy and so nice at the same time.

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  181. Christopherdavi wrote:

    All are really so beautiful. Even its very nice to gift some one.

    8.20.13
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  182. SweetMeets wrote:

    Hi! I have the same question Huggywuggybear asked, “What size are the spacer beads?” I tried to click on the link for the spacer beads but it kept taking me to the wrong page. I absolutely love your tutorials! 😉 Your in my “favorites” many times 😀

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  183. MIPIM wrote:

    Nice Bracelet, I think people can buy these Economic items

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  185. beautiful! i love it!

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  186. Karen wrote:

    Great tutorial! Simple, explicit, and beautifully shot. Thank you.

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  187. mary wrote:

    wonderful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    N design

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  190. Azzelia wrote:

    Great look…love them!!!

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    bellas las pulseras

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  192. Heather wrote:

    Very cool, I need to make some bracelets! Great idea 🙂

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  193. Sukie wrote:

    Wow!!! The bracelets are so cute 🙂 Wonderful idea!!! I love it 🙂

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  194. shikha wrote:

    Awesome tutorial, gorgeous!
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  195. anna wrote:

    love your bracelets!!!!thanks for instractions

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  196. Jewel wrote:

    I really like the gold tube bracelets. I will have to try this.

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  197. Amazing! Simply gorgeous, beautiful and elegant! I just love DIY tutorials so you can create your very own bracelets the way you showed them but in your own style. Thanks for sharing!

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    Simple and stylish. Love it!

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    Simple …excellent fashion.

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  201. Great simple and elegant!! I am sure everybody are going to love making them!

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  203. Nishat wrote:

    WOW! This is seriously creative.It’s definitely a perfect gift for my sister and the steps to this look quite simple.

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  204. Camille wrote:

    Les deux bracelets en or ou peut on les achetés svp!? Si quelqu’un sait dite le moi svp ou donner moi un lien ou l’acheter. 🙂

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  205. Love the bracelet very much, it seems not so difficult, i will buy those material and do it myself! thank you for sharing.

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  208. Lauren wrote:

    This is so great. I don’t usually go for online tutorials because I find them hard to understand, but your instructions are pretty clear, so thanks very much. These bracelets are gorgeous, so I actually have motivation to do it. How much do the materials cost though? Because I don’t think its worth the extra work if the materials cost a ton. Let me know (:

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  210. Morgan Thomas wrote:

    This looks amazing!! Must have a go, also do you have a diy for that lovely arrow bangle know where its from? Absolutely in love with it and it compliments those tube bracelets nicely!! x

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  218. Sonia wrote:

    I’m making something similar.

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  219. Fantastic tutorial, thank you! These are so in vogue at the moment. I am definitely going to try this for family gifts. Its given me some new ideas about wiring too. Thanks

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  220. Marsha wrote:

    Unable to find brown tubular cording – please help!

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  222. Izabella wrote:

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  224. Milica wrote:

    Great tutorial, easy to follow with beautiful, clear photo-steps. Thanks!

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    Love the tutorial <3

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    the bracelet is amazing- i love it

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  230. Tara Brown wrote:

    Do you have a video you can reccomending that also shows someone making this sliding Chinese knot? I’m having trouble getting exactly what’s going on; are you adding an extra piece of cord in addition to the two ends? Also when I buy these it always seems like glue or wax or something has been added to part of the knot… in any case, thank you!

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    This one is gorgeous. Stunning diy project. Will try to make one for my mom. Thanks so much for your posting.

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