Turquoise Fantasy Leather Bracelet

By: Gina Michele from
Updated June 26, 2020
Turquoise Fantasy Leather Bracelet
Turquoise Fantasy Leather Bracelet
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This DIY bracelet looks like something a costumer would make for a fantasy movie. This beautiful Turquoise Fantasy Leather Bracelet will definitely be moving to your "must-make jewelry" list. The stunning turquoise beads combined with the rich leather and memorizing button closure will certainly turn heads every time you wear it. It is just so glamorous that you'll want to wear it every day. And, guess what? You can! You only need a few materials to make this bracelet and you'll be transported into a fantasy land.

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Bead Technique UsedStrung

Bead Project TypeBracelet


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The way the beading thread / wire is tied off really shows a lot and looks very unsightly. I am wondering if someone has made this and figured out a way to hide the thread / wire better? This does look like an easy bracelet to make and I would love to make one.

This is a very pretty bracelet. Like a previous commentor said, it would look great with jeans. And once you have the pattern down pat, think of all the other color combos you can come up with. Even mixing more than two together for a rainbow look. If you want to find some really nice antique type buttons, try your local thrift store. I found a coffee can filled with them for only $2. BArgains are still out there, you just have to look.

This is really pretty. It totally looks like it's out of a fantasy movie, and it would also look great with a fall ensemble. Imagine this paired with a denim jacket and fall boots? Gorgeous!

Hi, I would love to make this bracelet from your tutorial, but have a few questions. (Turquoise DIY bracelet) 1. About how many breeds did you use? 2. How long did you cut the beading wire? 3. I'm not understanding this instruction .... Step 2 Pull it around your wrist and make a double knot on the other end. When put around your wrist, the knots on either end should be about 1/2 away from touching. Dont trim the excess cord because it will be used to tie on the button. what do you mean by 1/2 way touching??? Thank you, and hope to hear from, cause I really want to make this. Loretta . sent from my iPad

Hi Loretta! You're right... that step is not written very clearly. Basically, you'll want to make the doubled up leather cord long enough to go around your wrist, then subtract a half inch to account for the size of the button. So, when held around your wrist, the two knots (one on each end of the cord) will be about a half inch away from each other. The number of beads and amount of beading wire used will depend on the size of your bracelet, but I would factor in a couple hundred seed beads and a few feet of beading wire. It is a gorgeous project, and I can't wait see your finished result! I'd love it if you could post a picture here and note the amount of materials it took you to make. It would be a great help to future jewelry makers trying out this tutorial. Thank you! Editors, AllFreeJewelryMaking


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