This coil bracelet looks like a masterpiece (or at least something you’d buy for quite a bit more money) until you get close and realize that it is actually just a ton of jump rings, strung tightly together to look like a more elaborate piece. Drying time aside, it will take you maybe ten minutes to make. This one has been a constant companion to my personal bracelet stack… it goes with everything!
For extra credit, make this in rose gold + silver and wear all three together!
Begin by using a little E6000 glue to add your first end cap. Let it dry… for at least an hour or so.
Begin threading on jump rings, as if they were beads. Note: it may be easier to add a little bit of tape to the end of your rope for quicker stringing.
Continue stringing (and pushing them together) until you reach the end.
When you get to the end, cut your rope. Fill your end cap with E6000 Glue and press the end of the rope into the cap. Press firmly for a good 30 seconds, and then allow to dry for another hour or so.
Add a clasp to one side…
And a jump ring to the other… and you are done!