DIY Easy Braided Bracelet

Today I come doubly excited! Oh yeah! Today I’m sharing a super fun and easy crafty Jewelry piece that I just LOVE and I’m also sharing my very first video tutorial for this easy braided bracelet. How cool is that? But ok, please, forgive my video mistakes as it’s my first and I kind of moved the camera by accident a couple times and also went out of camera. I’m still getting the hang of it. Still I love how it turned out!!!

DIY Easy Braided Bracelet

DIY Easy Braided Bracelet

I saw this bracelet a long time ago and it got stuck in my head. Although I’m not sure it was made exactly like this, I thought I would finally give it a try with how I could remember. It’s fun, it’s easy to make and most of all it’s so versatile. You can make it in any color; you can combine colors and the metallic parts and you can use different sizes of cord and jump rings. I had so much fun I made 3 all at once LOL.

Easy crafts are my faves, anything I can make in minutes or at least within the same day is awesome and that’s why I loved these braided leather bracelets so much. In one hour you can have about 10 of these made LOL. Hope you enjoy this tutorial and that it inspires you to make some for yourself.

These cuties are also perfect as gifts! You will never go wrong with crafty jewelry!

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So Let’s get to it, shall we?

Here is the Video tutorial for this cute and Easy Braided Leather Bracelet

Step by Step Braided Leather Bracelet with photos! You got it!!!

Supplies:

  • 2 Leather cord Strips
  • Lobster clasp
  • About 10 to 15 jump rings {the size will depend on the cords}
  • 2 Cord crimp ends
  • Nose Pliers
  • Scissors
Supplies needed for diy braided leather bracelet
  1. Start by getting your 2 leather cord strips and align them together. Then insert them into one jump ring: one strip from front to back and the other one from back to front. Like this:
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  1. Then insert a second jump ring but then inverse the process. The strip that came from the back, insert it from front to the back. You should get something like this:
beginning a braided leather bracelet
  1. Keep inserting jump rings alternating the strips until you get the right size for your wrist.
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  1. Cut any leftover of the leather cord leaving a few millimeters to put the cord ends.
  1. Put together both cord strip ends and put in place the cord end and close it. With a flat nose plier secure the cord end. These type of cord ends has sort of teeth so once you secure them they won’t come off unless you push really hard.
finished ends for leather bracelet
  1. Open a jump ring with your pliers and insert the cord end and your lobster clasp. Close the jump ring.
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  1. Do the same on the other end of the bracelet but this time insert only the cord end. Close the jump ring.
finished clasps for a braided leather bracelet

There you Go!!!!

Step by step leather bracelet with multiple colors
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How cute and pretty are these easy braided bracelets?

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DIY Easy Braided Bracelet Tutorial

LIKE IT??? Please leave me your comments and ideas bellow in comments! Also share so more people get some inspiration!!!

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If you like this crafty project, you might also love these too:

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Till Next time!

 Camila
Camila
My name is Camila Rojas but everyone call me Cami. I'm a mommy, blogger, baker, do it yourselfer, crafter and graphic designer. Owner and founder of The Crafting Nook {formerly TitiCrafty} and TCN Design Studio: web design for bloggers. Join me on my crazy adventures!