DIY: Quadruple Sparkle Bracelet

Today’s DIY would make the perfect gift… either for yourself or for that sparkle-holic girlfriend.  I’ve always had a soft spot for bling so I really enjoyed creating this one.  From first glance it looks expensive and ornate… then you realize it’s actually just four strands of rhinestones, tightly wrapped together.  I made this rather easily in under a half hour.. and plan to make many more as gifts.. just need to load up on more rhinestone chain.  Happy crafting!

{Pictured with BaubleBar + Giles & Brother bracelets.}

Materials / Where to BUY:  Approx. 24″ rhinestone chain (more if you have larger wrists)

Two large barrel endcaps // One yard waxed linen // Two medium jump rings // One lobster clasp

Add a jump ring to each side, and then a clasp to one side… you are done!

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  1. Stephanie says 11.6.12

    I love this! Bookmarked for myself and possibly holiday gifts 🙂
    stephanie

    • Grace Atwood says 11.8.12

      thanks Stephanie!! I hope you make it!

  2. truebluemeandyou says 11.6.12

    This looks so much more substantial than the other wrapped rhinestone bracelets. Really love this bracelet and how you can change the color of the waxed linen to give it a different look. Posted photos (not tutorial) and link on my blog 🙂

    • Grace Atwood says 11.8.12

      Thank you so much for posting about it! xo

  3. Maria Nichole says 11.6.12

    Perfect! I love the simplicity of it, not to mention the pretty pastel colour of your waxed linen.

    • Grace Atwood says 11.8.12

      thanks Maria! I’m so happy to hear that.

  4. christin says 11.6.12

    so adorbs! i think i could actually do this one 🙂

    • Grace Atwood says 11.8.12

      Indeed you could! (Do it!!)

  5. Julie & Lauren says 11.6.12

    Adorable! And love the site re-do!!! Gorgeous, Grace. Xo

    • Grace Atwood says 11.8.12

      Thanks guys!!

  6. Alyssa says 11.6.12

    This is SO pretty! I can’t believe how easy it looks!

    Alyssa
    The Glossy Life

    • Grace Atwood says 11.8.12

      Thanks Alyssa!

  7. Kim // Six2Eleven says 11.6.12

    Love this! These would make great xmas gifts for my girlfriends!

    Kim
    Six2Eleven

    • Grace Atwood says 11.8.12

      Thank you Kim!! I agree – I can’t wait to make more as gifts.

  8. Very cool! It’s like a glammed up version of your ball-chain bracelet!

    • Grace Atwood says 11.8.12

      Thanks Erin!! x

  9. Erica says 11.6.12

    AWESOME!!! so making this!

    • Grace Atwood says 11.8.12

      thanks lady! so happy you like!

  10. Cassie says 11.6.12

    Ahhh, I love this one! I’m always looking for sparkly bracelets because my gold ones get a little boring sometimes. This is perfect, and so easy looking!
    Excited to try this one, Grace.
    xx
    Cassie

    • Grace Atwood says 11.8.12

      Thanks Cassie, you are so sweet! I hope you make it.

  11. P&F says 11.6.12

    OMG! I just discovered your blog and I LOOOVE it!
    I was very happy, until I found out your pinterest page..
    .. Now I won’t be able to sleep until 3am! ;p hehehe

    Great style and great page!

    Take care 🙂

    XO,

    P&F

    • Grace Atwood says 11.8.12

      I’m so happy to hear that you love it! Thanks for stopping by.

  12. miiu says 11.7.12

    all i have to do now is wait for my rhinestone chains and 39401 other jewellery-stuff i got on ebay to arrive 😀 i’ve really fallen for diy jewellery (bracelets especially) and cannot wait to try this one out! thank you 🙂

    • Grace Atwood says 11.8.12

      Oh yay! Please email a pic when you make it… would love to feature on my Facebook!

  13. Diva by D-sign says 11.7.12

    Thank you! This is gonna make an elegant gift.

    • Grace Atwood says 11.8.12

      So glad! I hope you make them 🙂 x

  14. WOW; I love your new site design!! cool!!!

    And i clearly love the DIY but thats a given 🙂

    love K

    • Grace Atwood says 11.9.12

      Thank you so much, Katrine! Have a great weekend.

  15. TheresaD says 12.13.12

    thanks much! very creative! And, I know it’ll be harder than the tutorial looks, but oh, how happy will I be!?! I’m making Christmas presents this weekend!