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DIY Rope Knot Bracelet Tutorial from Thanks, I Made It. This bracelet was inspired by the $90 Sabrina Dehoff Unification Bracelet, using jump rings on either side of the knot.
For lots more knot DIYs go here: truebluemeandyou.tumblr.com/tagged/knots and for a Roundup of Knots, Resources and Tutorials below go here.
DIY Suede Wrapped Rhinestone and Box Chain Bracelet Tutorial from Thanks, I Made It here. As usual, an easy to follow and well photographed tutorial from Erin for a DIY that doesn’t look like a DIY. Top Photo: Inspiration Collage of wrapped box chain bracelets by Thanks, I Made It here. Middle and Bottom Photos: DIY by Thanks, I Made It.
DIY Jewelry from Thanks, I Made It. This is one of my favorite blogs that has high quality DIY jewelry that you can’t get at Forever21. I felt these three posts went together well so I hope Erin doesn’t mind me posting them together.
- Top Photo: Guide and links of where to buy cabochons from Thanks, I Made It here.
- Middle Photo: Easy and Elegant Lapis Lazuli Cabochon Earrings Tutorial from Thanks, I Made It here. Links for supplies.
- Bottom Photo: 6 Cobalt Blue Jewelry Tutorials from Thanks, I Made It here.
DIY Elegant Spike Jewelry Tutorials from Thanks, I Made It. When I make something I either want it to look really handmade or not handmade at all - I don’t want my DIY to look like a mistake. I learn something new from every tutorial Thanks, I Made It posts - they are extremely clear, well written and supplies are meticulously linked.
DIY Rope Rhinestone Bracelet Tutorial from Thanks, I Made It here. This is such a cheap and easy DIY using rope from the hardware store. Also, this tutorial is really clear because it’s from Erin who always explains and photographs all her tutorials so well.
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Asked by boxjenniebox
I recommend checking out the upholstery section of a craft or fabric store. I’ve seen some nice rope similar to what you’ve described there, and you can get them by the spool or yard.