How to Make Simple DIY Bracelets

I hope you guys all had a good week! For once, mine was relatively eventful. I got my first part time job which I think basically qualifies me as a mature, responsible adult. Also, not to contradict the last point, but I went to see ‘Finding Dory’ at the cinema and had a terrifying dental appointment (obviously not simultaneously). Honestly, I can’t believe I actually payed someone to stab my teeth for half and hour with sharp metal objects that tasted faintly of washing up liquid.

Anyways, I’ll stop rambling and get into this DIY. As usual, it’s really simple as my artistic skill set is pretty limited despite the fact that I brag about my ‘artsy-ness’ in my  blog title. Really that was me being presumptions, I just like gluing random stuff together -which is basically what this entire tutorial is about. That being said, I was surprisingly pleased with the end result. These bracelets are actually really pretty! The whole wrapping-the-thread-around-the-bangle process is a bit time consuming, but I managed to make three of them and I have the patience of a 5 year old, so apparently it’s not that bad.

What I love about making your own jewelry is that you can really personalise it. Let me know in the comments below what pendants and colours you’d use for your bracelets, and why. And don’t forget to like and share this post if you enjoyed reading it!




What you need

bangles 1



Step 1: Using the glue gun, place a small amount of glue onto the rim of your bangle and quickly wrap the thread around it.


Step 2 Continue to do this until the entire bangle is covered in thread. Make sure to only use small amounts of glue at a time, or the glue will dry before you have a chance to  wrap all the thread around it.

Step 3 Attach the pendant to the clasp, and then attach the clasp to the bangle.

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  1. blueowl1715 · November 20, 2016

    Hi i’m just starting out and I was wondering whether you had any tips to get followers and views thanks


  2. cherrysblogoflife · August 21, 2016

    Really great post keep it up! :)x also Thankyou for liking my recent blog post, means a lot x


    • maya · August 24, 2016

      You’re welcome 🙂 Glad you liked my post!

      Liked by 1 person

  3. artsysmartz · August 18, 2016

    These are adorable!!!


    • maya · August 24, 2016

      Thanks! If you try make them, make sure to tweet me a pic @ArtsyTeenBlog – I’d love to see your take on them!

      Liked by 1 person

  4. RealMaryZ · August 11, 2016



    • maya · August 14, 2016



  5. brambletonthreads · August 8, 2016

    These are cute and sounds like an awesome weekend!


  6. TrainOfThought · August 8, 2016

    I hope you like your new job, congrats! This is a great DIY post, those bracelets look really pretty!


  7. mackmarie · August 7, 2016

    These are too darn cute! Thanks for sharing. This is such a great idea I know my little sisters would love too!


    • maya · August 8, 2016

      Thanks 🙂 Yeah, it’s a really great craft for all ages (and if a glue gun’s too dangerous, you can just use regular glue)!

      Liked by 1 person

  8. Stink"N"Cute · August 7, 2016

    Congratulations on your new job! Great Crafty Read! Can’t Wait to try it!


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