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Add some edge to your outfit with this studded bracelet!
Bracelets are great accessories to complete any outfit. Just like shoes, it can make or break your look. Make this simple studded bracelet in 10 minutes!

Posted by Jegs S. from Guiguinto, Central Luzon, Philippines • Published See Jegs S.'s 8 projects »
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  • How to make a spike bracelet. A 10 Minute Bracelet - Step 1
    Step 1

    Cut a strip of felt to your desired length for your wrist. Make sure there will still be an overlap for the velcro. The strip could be any width you wish. Coat both sides of the felt cloth with clear nail polish and let it dry. Coating the felt will make it more durable and even make it look like suede.

  • How to make a spike bracelet. A 10 Minute Bracelet - Step 2
    Step 2

    Cut the velcro with the same width of the strip.

  • How to make a spike bracelet. A 10 Minute Bracelet - Step 3
    Step 3

    . Using the ever trusty E600 or a strong glue or even fabric glue, stick the velcro on each end of the strip of felt. Make sure that the closure logic works before you glue it.

  • How to make a spike bracelet. A 10 Minute Bracelet - Step 4
    Step 4

    Now for the fun part. Decide on where you want to put yours studs on the bracelet. Go berzerk with the studs but keep in mind of the weight of the studs and base fabric where you’re putting them on. Cut holes on the desired spots for the studs and screw them on.

  • How to make a spike bracelet. A 10 Minute Bracelet - Step 5
    Step 5

    Aaand after a couple of minutes you’re done! You now have a new bracelet! I hope you guys get inspired with this DIY and as I always say ,”Be creative with it!”

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Jegs S.
Jegs S. · Guiguinto, Central Luzon, PH · 15 projects
I'm so sorry to 'Meow Meow' I accidentally removed your comment. I'm so sorry. I got the studs from Punk Sinatra DIY a facebook store Happy Thanks! :-D
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Meow Mew
Meow Mew · 2 projects
just wondering, where did you get the studs???
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