Do you love jeans? Because I do! From the time I remember myself I was wearing always jeans pants and if the jeans had this used style, I loved them more! Then it was a period, the first year on the university, that I have forgotten my denim pants for a while, but then I came back and I was more in love than I was before with this amazing all time classic fabric! So if you are a person that also loves jeans, then join me and let’s create a unique Denim Bracelet with Oriental details!!!!
The materials mentioned above are mandatory regarding their style. Of course you can use any type of beads you want and any style of lace or fabric ribbon you have. But for my bracelet I wanted something to wear it all day and to have this amazing oriental and romantic style that I like so much and this wrap bracelet was the solution! So when I discovered this jeans ribbon, I just fall in love with it and the idea of this bracelet just pop up. Firstly just measure your wrist and cut two identical in length pieces from the ribbons.
Use the jewelry glue or any other “strong” glue you have and stack them together in one edge in order to create a more width ribbon.
Now let’s decorate it more by sewing the seed beads on it. In that way we add a beautiful detail on the jewel and at the same time we are making it more stable.
I didn’t want to cover the whole bracelet with beads, I have sewed a few of them, but of course this is up to you.
When I first had the idea for this bracelet, my only problem was the closure. I have tried a few solution but they were not that stable and it was really hard for me to put the bracelet using my free hand. But then, I have discovered this magnet clasp and this was it!
Just use again jewelry glue and put it on the free edges of the ribbon. Let it dry well and your bracelet is ready!!!!
I wear it almost every day and it is great how easily I can combine it with other bead bracelets! Definitely my favorite jewel for this Summer! Of course… you can guess that I have also used this procedure and created another bracelet with my beloved fabric buttons… but this is another post!