Ribbon bracelets are fun and easy to make! With so many pretty ribbons to choose from, picking out the ribbon might be the hardest part! We’ll show you how to use crimp ends to convert the ribbon into a bracelet and how to put on the clasp. Then we’ll embellish the bracelet with a filigree and little resin rose. You can follow along with this how-to video we made, then follow the steps below to make your own.
4. Attach the clasp to the crimp end with a jump ring. To open the jump ring, hold the right side of the jump ring with the chain-nose pliers so that half the jump ring is flat inside the jaws and the split or opening in the jump ring is pointing away from you. Grasp the left side of the jump ring with the round-nose pliers. Open the jump ring by pushing one pair of pliers away from you and pulling the other pair of pliers towards you, like opening a gate or a door. Slide on the clasp and the ribbon end. Close the jump ring by repeating the opening process in reverse, then pressing it flat. Repeat to attach the clasp to the other side.
This project is so fun and easy, we hope you’ll try it. Let us know what you make!
Jennifer & Kitty
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