Create Your Own Jean Style Cuff Bracelets
I've always liked the look of a cuff bracelet and today I'm going to share two easy peasy ways of creating your own using simple materials. If I can do it, you can too!
This pretty embroidered cuff actually started life as a choker necklace on the dollar clearance shelf at Walmart! As soon as I spied it, I knew it would make a great cuff bracelet!
I simply cut off the necklace ends and added self advesive velcro tabs to use for a closure. Voila! A cuff bracelet that I wear frequently and enjoy! I like the frayed edges and the lightweight feel of this bracelet. You know I love finding treasures on the dollar aisle!
I decided to create another cuff bracelet using old jeans material and colorful buttons.
I cut in between the belt loops on the waistband of an old pair of my husband's jeans.
I measured the length against my other cuff bracelet. Using the waistband of the jeans gives a double thickness of material and edging already sewn in. Any part of the jeans could be used to make this cuff, however.
I chose some colorful buttons to sew in the middle for decoration and added the velcro tabs for closure and that's it! How easy is that? I will say that the double thickness of the waistband made sewing the buttons a little more difficult than using a single thickness of jeans material.
I feel so accomplished! Do you like cuff bracelets? Have you ever made one? Hope you'll leave a comment! Love hearing from you!
Until Next Time,