DIY Fairy Tale Bracelet.

I think most of you already know that I’m quite childish (but not spoiled LOL) and a dreamer. For those who don’t know, yeah… that’s me. Actually I’m like a kid being a mom to another kid, you have no idea what happens here when is play time hahaha!. Because of that I love fairies, and teddies and that kind of things. So it is not weird to think that I can’t help myself from making cute stuff not just for Emma but for me too like this cute Fairy tale bracelet!… Gosh I’m blushed!

 DIY Fairy Tale Bracelet.

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So here is what I’ve come up to last week among others. A bracelet with cute fairies pendants, how sweet!!!

me posing a fairy tale bracelet

Since I took picture step by step, there is no need of too much explanation, I’ll just point out important details so this post don’t get too long! =P

view of supplies

We start with the organza ribbon ribbon (You can use any other). I cut 1 mt (39-40″) 1″ wide. It is better to have leftover at the end.

Ok Lets start!!!

Folding ribbon in half

Fold ribbon in half. Make a tight knot in the middle.

burning the cut at the end of the ribbon with a lighter

This is to avoid fraying.

Twisting each side of the knot

Swirl each side of the knot

uniting both strips with a knot.

Tight both strips with a knot

Inserting the spacer after the knot

Insert the spacer after the knot

showing the spacer inserted in both
showing two spacer inserted in

Insert another spacer after it

Opening the jump ring a little with small pliers

Open a little bit the jump ring

Insertinng the pendant in the jump ring

Insert the pendant in the jump ring

Inserting the previous jump ring into another jump ring

Insert the previous jump ring into another jump ring

Inserting in the ribbon, between the spacers, in the last jump ring.

Insert the ribbon (between the spacers) in the last jump ring.

Closing the jump ring tight

Close the jump ring tight

showing the first section done

Ready the first section

tying a knot after the first section

Leave a space (calculate the total length of your bracelet now that you have the first section), make another knot and repeat the process.

showing three sections already done

Here you go!

closeup of Cord ends in hand

Cord ends

placing the cord ends in the bracelet

Place it right before where you want the bracelet to be closing (remember that the clasps make it a bit longer)

showing the cord end position
closing the cord end with a piler

Tighten with a handle.

opening the ring of the ring closure
placing que ring closure into the cord end

Insert the cord end and one part of the clasp in the jump ring of one end.

opening the other ring of the ring closure

Do the same on the other end.

placing into de bracelet end

Make a tight knot right after the cord end and cut the leftover.

burning the ends with lighter

The same juts to avoid fraying.

closing the bracelet

Close it, try it and enjoy it!!!

showing the bracelet in the wrist


top general view of Fairy tale bracelet
general view of me with Fairy tale bracelet in wrist
DIY Fairy Tale Bracelet horizontal image with title text overlay

What do you think about this DIY Fairy Tale Bracelet? Cute, isn’t it? Perfect for girls and not so girls =D

Til' next time...

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  1. I love that you did this with a ribbon! It is so pretty. I want to make one now, I will need to go find some pretty beads and ribbon. Thank you for sharing with Snickerdoodle Sunday!

  2. I enjoyed your post! Super cute bracelet and great tutorial! I really felt like I could follow along with what you’re doing, and make one myself!

    Happy SITS Day!

  3. So cute!! My oldest daughter would LOVE this (she is 8). I love your pictures, too! So easy to see what’s going on and easy to follow along! Thanks for sharing!

  4. oh my daughter will love this.. we are a very crafty family.. my parents are both artist.. my mom used to call us the vancraft family lol.. will be sharing the fun with my daughter! thanks for the tutorial!

  5. Very cute, Camila. That would be a great Valentine’s Day gift a special little girl. Didn’t know that was how to keep ribbon from fraying:) Happy SITS

  6. Pretty! I’ve never made jewelry before–now you’ve made me want to try! Visiting from SITS…

  7. I love that bracelet! I’ll have to come back to learn how to do this. Making jewelry is something I’ve wanted to learn to do lately, especially earrings and necklaces, because I can never find what I’m envisioning.

  8. Way to go Cami! It’s soooo pretty!

    Thanks so much for sharing this at The DIY Dreamer… From Dream To Reality! I can’t wait to see what you link up tomorrow evening!

  9. The tutorial is just great! Just wanted to drop you a note to thank you for sharing this on BeBetsy at the BRAG ABOUT IT Tuesday Party. You have a wonderful site with lots of fun things to learn. Visit us at http://bebetsy we’d love to see you again! Sharon and Denise

    1. Thanks so much BeBetsy! I really put a lot of love on my blog and in everything i make here!!!


    1. Hey Evelyn, so happy to have you here!!! Thank you so much for your kind comment and for stopping by! Hope to have you back soon!


    1. Thank you so much, I’m so glad that you like it and inspires you!… I’ll be there next Monday thanks for the invite!


    1. Thank you Katherine, Happy that you sopped by, hope to have you back soon!!!