Easy Multi Wrap Bracelet (Tutorial)

by Rena Klingenberg.

Easy Multi Wrap Bracelet - Tutorial by Rena Klingenberg

These soft, comfortable wrap bracelets are my very favorite kind of wrist jewelry to wear.

They’re quick and fun to make, and there’s no limit to the colors and designs you can use!

Just for fun in this tutorial, I’ve created four of these multi wrap bracelets – representing the four seasons of the year.

Spring:

"Spring" Easy Multi Wrap Bracelet - Tutorial by Rena Klingenberg

Summer:

"Summer" Easy Multi Wrap Bracelet - Tutorial by Rena Klingenberg

Autumn:

"Autumn" Easy Multi Wrap Bracelet - Tutorial by Rena Klingenberg

Winter:

"Winter" Easy Multi Wrap Bracelet - Tutorial by Rena Klingenberg

Supplies:

  • Small to medium size pendant or charm.
    I particularly like polymer clay pendants for these bracelets, but you can use pretty much any kind of pendant or charm you like.
  • Large jump ring.
    I use 15mm size.
  • Chain nose & flat nose pliers – to open and close your jump rings.
  • Narrow stretchy headbands. I use 3 or 4 per bracelet.
    I got mine at the local dollar store – they have a huge display of these headbands in every color imaginable.
    In the store, wrap one of the headbands around your wrist twice, to make sure it fits comfortably without being a tight tourniquet around your wrist! The size of these headbands tend to vary a bit, so keep looking till you find ones that are a good fit for your wrist when doubled.
    If a headband is too tight, you can often stretch it out a bit to make it fit your wrist better.
    Usually there are anywhere from 6 to 12 headbands per package:

    Narrow stretchy headbands for Easy Multi Wrap Bracelet - Tutorial by Rena Klingenberg

How to Make an
Easy Multi Wrap Bracelet:

All four bracelets are created with the same steps.

So I’ll use words and photos to describe the steps for the first bracelet (Spring).

Then I’ll just show the step-by-step photos for the remaining three bracelets (Summer, Autumn, and Winter).

If you’re new to using jump rings, see my quick tip, How to Open and Close a Jump Ring.

Spring Multi Wrap Bracelet

For each bracelet, I like to use 3 or 4 narrow stretchy headbands.

I choose headbands that either coordinate or contrast with the pendant:

Headbands and pendant for Spring Easy Multi Wrap Bracelet - Tutorial by Rena Klingenberg

Use your flat nose and chain nose pliers to twist open your jump ring, and thread the jump ring onto your pendant:

Attaching jump ring for Easy Multi Wrap Bracelet - Tutorial by Rena Klingenberg

Place each of your narrow stretchy headbands into the open jump ring.

Then use your flat nose and chain nose pliers to twist the jump ring shut again:

Finished "Spring" Easy Multi Wrap Bracelet - Tutorial by Rena Klingenberg

To wear your stretchy wrap bracelet, simply wrap it around your wrist twice:

How to wear your finished Easy Multi Wrap Bracelet - Tutorial by Rena Klingenberg

. . . with the pendant dangling over the back of your hand:

How to wear your finished Easy Multi Wrap Bracelet - Tutorial by Rena Klingenberg

Your finished wrap bracelet should look something like this:

"Spring" Easy Multi Wrap Bracelet - Tutorial by Rena Klingenberg

"Spring" Easy Multi Wrap Bracelet - Tutorial by Rena Klingenberg

Summer Multi Wrap Bracelet

Components for "Summer" Easy Multi Wrap Bracelet - Tutorial by Rena Klingenberg

Attaching the pendant to "Summer" Easy Multi Wrap Bracelet - Tutorial by Rena Klingenberg

Finished "Summer" Easy Multi Wrap Bracelet - Tutorial by Rena Klingenberg

Wrapping "Summer" bracelet around your wrist - Easy Multi Wrap Bracelet - Tutorial by Rena Klingenberg

"Summer" Easy Multi Wrap Bracelet - Tutorial by Rena Klingenberg

"Summer" Easy Multi Wrap Bracelet - Tutorial by Rena Klingenberg

Autumn Multi Wrap Bracelet

Components for "Autumn" Easy Multi Wrap Bracelet - Tutorial by Rena Klingenberg

Attaching pendant for "Autumn" Easy Multi Wrap Bracelet - Tutorial by Rena Klingenberg

Easy Multi Wrap Bracelet - Tutorial by Rena Klingenberg

Doubling the "Autumn" Easy Multi Wrap Bracelet - Tutorial by Rena Klingenberg

"Autumn" Easy Multi Wrap Bracelet - Tutorial by Rena Klingenberg

"Autumn" Easy Multi Wrap Bracelet - Tutorial by Rena Klingenberg

Winter Multi Wrap Bracelet

Components for "Winter" Easy Multi Wrap Bracelet - Tutorial by Rena Klingenberg

Attaching the pendant to "Winter" Easy Multi Wrap Bracelet - Tutorial by Rena Klingenberg

"Winter" Easy Multi Wrap Bracelet - Tutorial by Rena Klingenberg

Doubled "Winter" Easy Multi Wrap Bracelet - Tutorial by Rena Klingenberg

"Winter" Easy Multi Wrap Bracelet - Tutorial by Rena Klingenberg

"Winter" Easy Multi Wrap Bracelet - Tutorial by Rena Klingenberg

If you enjoyed this tutorial, you’ll also like…

My No-Sew Stretchy Wrap Bracelets (Tutorial) – it’s a variation of this Easy Multi Wrap Bracelets we made here today:

No-Sew Stretchy Wrap Bracelets - Tutorial by Rena Klingenberg

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Comments

  1. Very nice bracelets and easy to make!
    Thanks for sharing.

  2. Thanks for your kind comment, Jessica! 🙂

  3. I love the bracelets, it’s so simple but i would have never thought of it. I would probably wrap wire around the 4 metal pieces of the headbands together, so it won’t be so noticeable that i used a headband. Thanks for the tutorial Rena.

  4. Jenn Smith says:

    These are cute and super simple. I had the same thought as N.B. of possibly wire-wrapping over the metal pieces OR attaching the pendant at the metal pieces… Just a thought! I’m always looking for new inspiration ~ who knew it would be a the Dollar Store! Gotta love it! Thx for the tutorial! I always look forward to your newsletters! 🙂

  5. Thanks so much all! 🙂 About the headbands’ metal pieces – covering them with wire or attaching the pendant over them are good ideas. I always just turn the bracelet so that those metal things are on the inside of my wrist where they’re less likely to be seen – or if someone does see them, they might assume it’s some sort of magnetic clasp. 🙂

  6. Clever, cheap, and fun color combos! A triple treat for jewelry makers!

  7. I love the beautiful pendants you used for this selection of pretty, comfy bracelets, Rena! They are delightful! 🙂

  8. One word: cool.

  9. I like this idea and think I might try to use a seed bead tube to cover the metal connectors.

  10. Sue, great idea! Thanks for sharing that! 🙂

  11. Maritza Diaz says:

    Very nice pieces. how about the pendant did you make with clay?

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