DIY shamballa bracelet! In this shamballa bracelet tutorial I show how to make Macrame bracelets. For this DIY bracelet you only need a string and a few beads. Shamballa bracelet in this DIY tutorial consists of a usual square knots and several colorful beads which I added to the bracelet along the way. There are two basic knots that you need to keep repeating until your bracelet is long enough. Macrame bracelet making is very easy and therefore perfect for beginners in bracelet making. Although these friendship bracelets are so simple, they look beautiful on any outfit – a beautiful DIY fashion piece to your clothes.
In this DIY Project, we’ll make Shamballa bracelet adjustable in size. I thus show how to make a simple clasp, entirely made from a string with macrame technique. The clasp makes it easy to put the bracelet on and off your wrist. You can be very creative with your shamballa bracelet! Normally, shamballa bracelets are characterized by sparkly beads, which are covered in little crystals. However, in this tutorial I show you that you can make amazing bracelet using any kind of beads. I used some metal and some plastic ones. I love macrame and hope you’ll get to like it too!
You can make this beautiful shamballa bracelets for yourself or as a cute and simple DIY gift idea to a friend. They are a great accessory to any outfit. Depending on the beads and string color you can create more elegant shamballa bracelets, which could be used for any glamorous occasion like prom, or you can make them very casual, perfect to dress up your jeans and a t shirt.
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