Guest Post -- Eleise of One Artsy Mama

Yippee it is the weekend again and I hope all of you are enjoying your weekends! Today you are in for a real treat the lovely Eleise from One Artsy Mama has graciously blessed you with a super fun and easy DIY project. Don't have any major plans today? Do this project! I guarantee you won't regret it! If you make these bracelets, please send me a photo and I will happily do a post of all the ones I see. Please be kind to Eleise, she did an excellent job on this post and I appreciate her bunches!

Hello! I’m Eleise from One Artsy MamaSince friendship bracelets are popping up everywhere, I thought I would take you all back to when we were young & were busy whipping them up for everyone we knew & share with you a fun new twist on the friendship bracelet.

All you need is-
*Fabric scissors

First, cut your ribbon into 3 long strips.
Then tie them to one end of your chain.

Then you begin your braiding. First, take the ribbon on the left & loop it under the other 2 ribbons. Then take the ribbon from the right & loop it through the ribbon on the left. Bring the far left ribbon up from behind & through the ribbon on the right. Grab the outer 2 ribbons & pull tight.

Repeat until you have your desired length & tie your ribbons to the other end of the chain.

It’s so easy & fun! Try varies widths of ribbon to get different looks. I went with a wider ribbon to give my bracelet a chunkier look.

Fun have!


Bree said...

I'm certain I would never be able to do this myself haha but it does look cute!

Lindsay @ Delighted Momma said...

Super cute idea!!

Becca {A Blonde's Logic} said...

This takes me back to the old days of doing these for hours! The chain makes it more grown up! :) Great tutorial!


Susan said...

I'm loving them right now! My sisters and I have been making them from embroidery floss lately, but this ribbon idea is fantastic! Definitely going to try it!

Lindsay With An "A" said...

LOVE this! That color is amazing! So eye catching. Also love that you went with a chunkier look... I would have done the same :)

Hilliary@ Happily Ever Healthy said...

I used to make friendship bracelets all the time! What a great project!