How to make a lace bracelet

Dainty little bracelets can be a beautiful way to add some sparkle to an outfit, but sometimes you need a bolder look. That's where this lace bracelet comes in. This wide piece of jewellery gives a cuff or bangle type of look without the weight and it customized to the exact size needed so you don't have to worry about it slipping off your wrist.
Not a fan of pink? Although the pink velvet ribbon pairs well with the lace for a soft and romantic look, you can add faux leather strapping or cord for a more rustic accessory.
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Materials
- Lace
- Scissors
- Chain
- Jewelry clasp
- Needle-nose pliers
- Hot glue gun
- Tweezers
- Gems
- Velvet ribbon
Instructions
1. Wrap the lace around your wrist to check for size. Cut off this amount with scissors.
2. Trim the edges of the lace if they are uneven.
3. Open the end ring on the chain with needle-nose pliers and tweezers.
4. Place the end ring through the end of the lace and pinch it closed once it is in place using needle-nose pliers.
5. Repeat steps 3 and 4 on the other end of the lace, this time attaching the jewelry clasp.
6. Add small dots of hot glue to the lace on the middle of the bracelet and press gems into the glue using tweezers.
7. Cut off a section of velvet ribbon with scissors.
8. Wrap the velvet ribbon around one edge of the lace and secure using hot glue.
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9. Repeat steps 7 and 8 for the other end of the lace.
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