Hello! It’s been a little while since I posted a DIY tutorial, life got busy all of a sudden 🙂 Today, I want to introduce you to Wander and Hunt. They are the ultimate destination for on trend, stylish DIY supplies. Not only do they provide an array of gorgeous rhinestones and starter kits, they’ve also teamed up with a number of talented DIY bloggers/fashionistas and created several DIY, ready-to-make kits inspired by them. Guess what? … I’ll be added to this list very soon, so stay tuned!
The lovely people at Wander and Hunt sent me some amazing DIY supplies, so I spent the afternoon making these DIY Jeweled Ribbon Bracelets inspired by A Pair & A Spare’s x Wander and Hunt kit (I am a total fan of Geneva!).
What You Will Need:
- A Pair and A Spare x Wander and Hunt DIY Jeweled Ribbon Bracelet Kit $34 for a pack of 3, $42 with Plyers
- Plyers (if kit not included)
- Wander and Hunt Tutorial here
Get your craft on and pick up a few DIY kits/supplies from Wander and Hunt! Kits start as low as $20, shipping is free worldwide and I promise they are so easy to follow.
Hope you’re having a fabulous week! Pin the photos and try them later!
What a fancy bracelet! Wander and Hunt’s designs are gorgeous too!!
Nice! Love rhinestone projects! 🙂
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Thank you very much for your diy jewelry projects — very pretty! I hope to make some of them after I am done with my half a dozen other jewelry projects! Lol.
Going off topic for a moment …. I’d like to add that l wish you would correct the word “plyers” to pliers — which is the right spelling. I saw another blogger also spell it incorrectly, which bothers me considering how easy it is to unknowingly spread incorrect information — in this case spellings — on the internet. Another word l commonly see incorrectly spelled is wrought iron — it’s not “rot iron” or “rod iron”. I don’t know if you will be using that word in your blog anywhere but thought l’d give you a heads up on it.