Rolled Duct Tape Bead Bracelet


Rolled Duct Tape Bead Bracelet

Rolled Duct Tape Bead Bracelet
Rolled Duct Tape Bead Bracelet

Make easy bracelets from materials you already have at home with this Rolled Duct Tape Bead Bracelet. Buying beads can be expensive, but this easy DIY project is so thrifty and affordable! Most paper beads are made using recycled paper, but this one will show you how to make beads out of duct tape. If you love the look of paper beads but don't want to deal with messy glue, then this is the perfect jewelry project for you! It's the perfect beginner project for anyone who wants to make paper jewelry for the first time. 

Project TypeMake a Project

Bead TypeMiscellaneous, Paper

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Bead Technique UsedStrung

Bead Project TypeBracelet


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This would be a cute craft idea for children, but I wouldn't wear it. But then I'm 65! lol

I love making jewelry (especially statement necklaces) out of 'unusual' items: bobby pin focal points, vintage file tabs, plumbing parts, aluminum tabs, etc. I figure, if it has a hole in it, it's fair game for jewelry! If it doesn't have a hole, then just wire wrap it!

I have used lots of weird stuff ranging from plastic toy snakes, pull tabs on aluminum cans, tissue boxes, green tea boxes, cereal boxes, file folders and other pretty papers to make paper beads, I am getting ready to use a holly center from a holiday greenery spray and a button to make a funky brooch...Cloth and drinking straws to make beads, a water bottle to make a pendant wrapped in fabric.....I love upcycled items. I am also planning on making some plastic bag beads. Oh and the gag gift fused bubble wrap necklace I gave my MIL. Hehehehehehe.

I have some teal duck tape, I think it will look great with some black glass beads. Thanks for the idea!

Tell us, what's the weirdest materials you've ever used to make jewelry? :)

I had some old pop pull tabs, I glued seed beads to the bottoms and just put ear wires at the top. Totally rad!

Well, I haven't done it yet, but I'm trying to figure out how to use a dried sea horse. the problem is that it's about 5 inches long.


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