Custom Bracelets


Posted on December 3rd, by Amy in bracelets. 4 comments

I made these for a birthday girl! After my last post about bracelets, Jennifer requested one for her daughter, but when I showed her my samples, decided to have two made. One will be for Christmas :)
The little box was intended for gift cards, but I’m always looking for a way to present bracelets. I love the box and it was super easy – and I’m not a paper person :) I will definitely use the pattern again.

If you are interested in something like this for yourself – let me know! There are many different styles of letter beads available for a delicate or chunky bracelet – depending on you!

If you haven’t been to Sew-Mama-Sew today there is a huge list of giveaways – just in time for Christmas gifts! I would have joined in but spaced it :)






4 thoughts on “Custom Bracelets

  1. 1
    Amylouwho says:

    I love that little box idea! so cute. I’m going to have to make some of those!

  2. 2
    Jackie says:

    The bracelets are fun! The box is perfect. I also bead every once in a while and have given away a few bracelets. Although, I haven’t done any in over a year. Quilting is big on my mind!

  3. 3
    melissa s. says:

    i love these. the box is perfect!

  4. 4
    Amy says:

    The bracelets are very pretty. And thanks for the link to the box instructions – it will come in handy this month!

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