DIY Statement Cuff Bracelet Tutorial

Hello beautiful people! Yes, you are beautiful! And do you know what you can do with your free time? Make jewelry of course! Leather cuff sound good? Then let’s head on to today’s wonderful tutorial by one of our magazine contributors – Xenia!

Today’s tutorial is all about how you can use beads and some spikes to make a wonderful and beautiful statement cuff for yourself!

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The tutorial is easy to follow so what are you waiting for? Before we start, here’s the material list:

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She places the template and then draws the outline on the template.

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Little tip: make a picture of your pattern and use it as a template

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Make sure you have enough space on the edges for the presser foot

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Use a can to give your cuff a round shape 9

Glue velcro to the cuff- one part on the outside and another part on the inside of the cuff.

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Cut off the rest

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Trim the edges

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And now you have your own statement cuff bracelet!

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Did you like this tutorial? I bet you did! Now you can mix and match any types of beads that you have, and make any pattern as you please! Make it for a friend or a family member! Make it manly for your guy friends or family members too! Change to beads to maybe bolts and nuts? Or maybe design your name and customize your style and show it off to everyone!

Xenia also contributed to our magazine – DIY Jewelry Making #33! Check her out here!

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I am Xenia from Berlin, Fashion Designer by day and horror movie fan by night. About 3 years ago I’ve decided to use my “secret” knowledge… Read more->

You can also check out her website and see what else she has prepared for you!

 

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2 Comments On “DIY Statement Cuff Bracelet Tutorial”

  1. You left out directions for the closure

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    • Hello LunaEssence, the closure is a velcro. The instructions says, “Glue velcro to the cuff- one part on the outside and another part on the inside of the cuff.” You’ll see it just before the sewing part. Cheers!

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