Pearl and lace Bracelet tutorial

I made this post for Nina at Momma Go Round but thought I would share it here too!


I have been looking for a new bracelet and have seen a lot of pearl, leather and lace ones I love.
With price tags that are not so much in my budget.
I am going to share with you my version…

Supplies needed:
spool of lace
faux pearl beads
leather or cording that looks leather colored! (i got a Joann’s dollar bin)


First decide how long you want your strings.
I laid mine on my wrist and left extra for tying in a  bow
I cut 2 18 1/2 inch strips of the brown

Neck I marked the center of each strip with a fabric pencil

now thread your needle and tie a knot at the end of your string.
Start by threading a pearl into the center of the two strands. 

Continue to the right until you have reached your desire length. tie thread in a knot and finish left side the same way.

I made mine 4 inches…
Now take your lace and start wrapping it in between your beads

going in between each bead but just wrapping around one side of the brown cord.

Tie off the lace at the end.
repeat with other side.

to help secure the lace and bead, sew shut the opening just below the last pearl on each end.

Embellish as you wish.
I added a lace bow.
I sewed it to the bracelet so that it was secure.

easy peasy lemon squeezy

Tie in a bow to secure to your wrist!

I hope you try it soon. 
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  1. thats soo cute ! (: my nieces like to craft things with me and this is cute and simple enough for everyone to enjoy

  2. I am going to try this ASAP! Thanks for the tutorial! I am here from House of the Sorensens :)And, am LOVIN your blog 🙂 I am going to have to start voting for you! LOVE your shop too! Gorgeous things!

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