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if you like origami, you are gonna love this (:
I love making origami figures, and I thought why not make an origami crane bracelet, if you don like cranes you can do it with any other figure.
Hope you like this and have fun doing it (:

ps: im sorry if my english sucks a little

Posted by Antonella M. from Santiago, Santiago Metropolitan Region, Chile • Published See Antonella M.'s 6 projects »
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  • How to make a paper bracelet. Origami Bracelet - Step 1
    Step 1

    Make your cranes, mine were 3x3 cm but you can do it smaller or bigger. I made 6 of this but again you can do as much as you want.
    Once you finish poke a hole in the tiangle that is on the top of your crane.
    I recomend doing the cranes with a thin paper.
    Here is the tutorial:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?annotation_id=annotation_460360&v=Ux1ECrNDZl4&feature=iv

  • How to make a paper bracelet. Origami Bracelet - Step 2
    Step 2

    When you finish your cranes give them several layers of polish or decoupage glue. The idea is that they get hard.
    Put a string through the hole to let them dry (do this before you start puting the polish xD).
    If your polish is waterbased finish your cranes with a coat of nailpolish.

  • How to make a paper bracelet. Origami Bracelet - Step 3
    Step 3

    Take your chain or bracelet an decide where you want to put your cranes and with the metal rings attach them to the chain.

  • How to make a paper bracelet. Origami Bracelet - Step 4
    Step 4

    You are done (:
    Enjoy your new bracelet!!

    I added a tiny pink origami star to give it a little bit of color. If you dont know how to do this, here is the tutorial:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cE3hHgEG350

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Emily S.
Emily S. · Sylvania, Ohio, US · 2 projects
such a cute idea!
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Antonella M.
Antonella M. · Santiago, Santiago Metropolitan Region, CL · 6 projects
i used waterbase polish but i realised thar clear nail polish is better and you can find it everywhere ;)
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Caroline S.
Caroline S. · Camillus, New York, US · 1 project
what kind of polish did you use?
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Jet H.
Jet H. · Haarlem, North Holland, NL · 108 projects
lovely, thank you very much of your greate tute and sharing;-D
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