Every holiday season I like to make a batch of bracelets in easily customized colors. Last week I shared some inspiration for DIY bracelets, and decided the jump ring bracelet was the perfect use for materials I had. You could use whatever cord you have in your stash, but I chose some silk rattail cord. Only needing two materials and no tools (only scissors to cut the cord), this project is incredibly easy!
November 20, 2014
With holiday giving around the corner, now's the time to start planning your projects! I plan on making a batch of bracelets in different colors to give to my girls. I'm inspired by these different styles for easy, customizable bracelets, all which would translate well into a DIY project. Now, which one to pick?
November 18, 2014
I love that blogging gives us the amazing opportunity to connect with people across the global over shared interests, like DIY! I'm channeling my international interests into posts about DIY in other parts of the world, and hope you love learning about the growing global DIY community as much as I do. (Find previous installments here!) Today, we're headed to Portugal with the charming DIY blogger, Daniela of Curly Made.
Daniela wearing her DIY chain necklace makeover
Where do you live? What is your city like?
I live in Lagos, a small seaside city in Algarve, Portugal, known for the great weather and amazing beaches that attract tourists from all over the world, especially in the summer.
Labels: diy around the world