Writing a blog and running an online shop requires a lot of chair time. There are days I stand up and realize I don’t know how much time has passed since I parked it. Not good, so I jumped on the bandwagon and bought one of those watch/pedometers. I’m finding it’s helping because I hate nearing the end of the day, looking down and not seeing the medallion that says I’ve reached my goal. Yep, my inner five year old loves her gold stars. Since I’m so focused on my wrist right now, I’ve found a few things that are far prettier than my watch that you can wear on your wrist. They won’t tell you how far you’ve walked though.
Friendship bracelets are a classic craft, and I love how Homemade Gifts Made Easy shows how to make them with different woven patterns.
I love the forest inspiration of this Leather Leaf Cuff from Maya Made.
The super tiny buttons on this Button Bracelet from Just Crafty Enough make it look so delicate and pretty.
I went way back for this Embroidery+Metal project from Crafty Pod, so I just verified that the link is still good to order the metal disks. These would be so fun to play with.
I love the use of S hooks on these DIY Rope Bracelets from Honestly WTF.
Wrap bracelets are really popular right now. Learn to make your own with Eureka Crystal Beads.
We have a bunch of these around here somewhere, and if I ever find them I’m definitely making this Souvenir Pressed Penny Bracelet from What I Do.
This crochet pattern from Ravelry, called Bracelet Star, has a modern look to it. I love the colors in the yarn used.
Make bracelets from old belts with this tutorial from The Sits Girls.
I’ll admit to being a little intimidated by the idea of making these DIY Braided Clay Bracelets from Delighted Momma, but they’re so pretty.
I love curating my Friday Favorites each week, and I want to make sure that the talented people who have created these projects are fully acknowledged for their work. Before you pin or share, please click through the link or photo to the originating website. You can also find all the projects each week on my Friday Favorites Pinterest board. Thank you!