DIY Gift: Rope Bracelets

Follow the steps below to make a unique DIY gift from HGTV Magazine.

DIY Gift

DIY Gift

HGTV Magazine shares how to make rope bracelets

Photo by: Lara Robby (Crafting Kylie Fife)

Lara Robby (Crafting Kylie Fife)

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What you’ll need

masking tape
polypropylene rope
Chinese knotting cord
hot glue
strong glue, such as E6000
jewelry end cap set
jump ring set
jewelry clasp

Instructions

1. Wrap two pieces of masking tape around polypropylene rope about 8 inches apart. Center a utility knife over each piece of tape, and slice through the tape and the rope. 

2. Wrap Chinese knotting cord around the resulting piece of rope, and secure with hot glue.

3. Use a strong glue like E6000 to adhere a jewelry end cap over the tape at each end of the rope. Let dry, then attach a jump ring to each end cap and attach a clasp.  

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