DIY: Aurelie Bidermann Braided Cuff Bracelet


Today’s DIY is inspired by a gorgeous bracelet that I spotted by Aurelie Bidermann.  This one is so easy to make but such a pretty project…  I love how it turned out!

P.S.  Check out my other Aurelie Bidermann DIY… love this lace cuff, too!


Materials:  Emboroidery Floss // E6000 Glue // Sharp Scissors // Bracelet Form


Start by cutting 30 pieces of embroidery floss, each about 24-30″ long.


Form three piles of ten strands of embroidery floss.  Take a separate piece of floss, and tie a knot.  Wrap the floss around the top of the braid a few times, form a loop, and tie a knot.


Cut the top of your braid off.  Slowly start braiding a nice fat, flat braid.  Fan it out as you go to make it nice and thick!


Close off the braid by tying a knot and wrapping a piece of embroidery floss around the end of the braid 5-6 times.  End it by forming a loop and wrapping the end through to tie a knot.


Apply glue to your bracelet and firmly press the braid down… carefully pressing and fanning the braid out as you work.


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  1. so simple & cool! I love the colors in this braid : )

    XO, Stefanie
    Life on the Squares

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  2. This is so creative–and something I could actually do!

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  3. This looks so cute AND doable! I love all of the Summery friendship bracelet DIYs lately Grace.

    Chelsea & The City

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  4. So cute! I think the gold cuff backing really brings it all together and elevates the sophistication.

    xo, Lily on Fillmore

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  5. Very cute and easy!

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  6. Friendship bracelets are finally easy to take on and off – love this idea!

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  7. I love the colors you used. i also love Aurelie Bidermann. I also do designer inspired jewelry DIY’S, check out my blog if you have a chance. 🙂

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  8. Hi Grace! I’ve been following your blog for a while now and I’m a huge fan! We just launched our bead store online and would love if you would take a look! This is all really new to us so any comments or suggestions are more than welcome!! Our site is:

    Thanks a bunch!

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  9. Amazing way to recycle old leftover threads 🙂 love upcycling 🙂 (and do an upcycling DIY tutorial every Monday on 🙂 )

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