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Are you always on the prowl for the latest crafts? Love making OG pieces to wow your buds and accessorize your look? The Twenty to Make series is the answer to all your creative needs. These do-it-yourself books are a great way to get your artistic juices flowing while adding funky feminine pieces to your jewelry box. With 6 reads to add to your shelf, you’ll be able to drum up bracelets, charms, brooches, necklaces and so much more. So if you’re tired of shellin’ out large digits for cool accessories, grab one (or all) to start jazzin’ up your wardrobe today at amazon.com.
Amanda Walker’s Twenty to Make: Bracelets is stock full of DIY crafts to keep your wrists oh so fashionable! These beaded essentials are totally adorable and with so many wonderful creations to choose from, there’s something to fit everyone’s personal style. Check out a step-by-step instructional for one of our ultimate faves from the book below!
Love-Me-Knot by Amanda Walker
*50cm (20in) black leather lacing
*1 x green luena glass bead
1. Form the lacing into a double circle. Wrap the right-hand end loosely over the doubled lacing three times, then thread the end back through the wrapped section. Pull the end tight to make a knot.
2. Thread a luena bead on the left-hand lacing end and make a second knot by wrapping the left-hand end loosely under the doubled lacing three times with the end pulled in the opposite direction approximately 10cm (4in) away from the first.
3. Trim away any excess lacing with the scissors. The knots are slip knots, making the bracelet easy to adjust to your fit wrist.
BY GL ON 5/15/2008 12:00:00 AM
POSTED IN accessory, jewelry, fashion, diy gifts
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