I love how thick cuff bracelets look when paired with a simple while shirt or flowing dress. What I don’t love is the price tag that’s connected with it. That’s why I created this DIY bracelet tutorial for a boho beaded cuff bracelet that I could make on my own! The great part is that you only need a few supplies to complete this tutorial. Consumer Crafts has tons of bead options that you can use to customize this bracelet. Let’s get started!
Materials needed to complete this boho cuff DIY bracelet tutorial:
Before we start this DIY bracelet tutorial, I just want to reiterate that you can use any small bead for this project. I loved the look of these little cube seed beads but colored stones would be really nice too! Once you have your supplies, begin by tying a knot and lacing the two bracelet blanks together to form a larger cuff.
Continue all the way to the bottom of the bracelet and then tie off.
Now that you’ve converted the two smaller bracelets into a larger cuff blank, we can begin the fun part: adding the beads! Again, you definitely don’t have to pick the exact same beads I used. Consumer Crafts has tons of different options to choose from! To add the beads, begin by tying a knot through two of the holes with the beading thread. Add the number of beads needed to across the bracelet. Pull the thread through to the back of the bracelet and then thread back up on the next line. Continue this process until all the rows have been filled in.
To fill in the blank spaces, continue threading the beads back up the bracelet but going at a diagonal between each row. Continue until the entire bracelet is completed!
I just love how these metallic beads look across the entire cuff! You can see how secure in place they are in the picture below of the back of the bracelet.
How perfect will this boho beaded cuff bracelet look with just a plain white shirt or a flowing dress!
We hope you give this DIY bracelet tutorial a try and create your own beautiful boho beaded cuff bracelet!
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Vanessa is a self proclaimed sleep deprived mother of two adorable boys and when she has a little time to spare, she makes things and posts about them on her craft blog, Tried & True. If she’s not cooking, sewing, gluing or making, she would probably go crazy. Join her on her crafty adventure at Tried & True.