I think it’s hard to go wrong with stacking up bracelets. I keep within a color theme. Sometimes that theme is “colorful” and I’ll add all the colors of the rainbow. Sometimes it’s like the above black and white theme. Depending on your outfit, you could definitely through in a pop of color!
Mixing and matching metals is perfectly fine!
Mixing and matching bracelet styles is great and a lot of fun. I love digging out my old bracelets that I made when I started making jewelry all those years ago and adding them to the mix.
(And how you can make your own.)
Then I added a few of my older beaded bracelets. To learn how to string, click here. (That video I’m making a necklace, but obviously just make it shorter for a bracelet.)
And finally, a stretch bracelet, which you can learn how to make here.
Here’s the breakdown:
This is a bracelet I show how to make in Bracelet Boot Camp. It has 3 beaded stands, plus a chain.
Next are two really simple bracelets that have silver feather charms on brass chain. You can learn how to make them in ECT Episode 13.
And finally a spiral bangle in silver to add a little more silver to the mixing and matching. Learn how to make this bracelet in the Spiral Wire Jewelry eBook.
Continue the bracelet love by joining in on the Charm Bracelet eCourse.
Learn how to make everything for your charm bracelet: chain, headpins, bead dangles, photo charms, wire charms, clasp. Or use some elements that you get from the store instead of making your own.
Try chunky and funky or dainty and elegant. It’s up to you.
Click here for more information and to sign up.