Do ya love the wonderfulness that is Kate Spade but cannot afford it? Well, don’t fret my dear because I’m showing you how to recreate her Flip A Coin bracelet within minutes with this easy DIY Kate Spade inspired coin bracelet tutorial.
In all honesty, I wish my monthly spending budget understood the wonderfulness that is Kate Spade. But you know budgets, they don’t care… not even a little. So when I spotted this cool Kate Spade Flip a Coin Bracelet, I instantly thought 3 things: (1) I can make that, (2) where am I gonna get cool coins like that all the same color? and (3) dang, even if I could find them, I have no desire to deface currency. So today, I’m showing you how to DIY this Kate Spade inspired coin bracelet starting with a quick stop to your nearest craft store and a few minutes out of your day!
DIY Kate Spade Coin Bracelet Supplies:
- Darice Gold Plated Aluminum Coin Charms: 28mm, 20mm, 18mm
- Darice 7″ Oval Link Gold Bracelet Chain
- Gold Jump Rings
- Darice Jewelry Pliers
Wait, wut? One step? That sounds way too easy. Did I miss something? Does it feel wrong to write out a DIY Kate Spade tutorial with only one step? Hold on a sec, let me try this again…
Step 1. Using your pliers, open a jump ring in a side ways direction, not back and forth – doing so will alter the shape of your ring;
Step 2. Place one coin onto your jump ring, DO NOT CLOSE IT;
Step 3. Place one of the links from your bracelet chain onto your jump ring and close the jump ring to secure the coin in place. When adding coins, I liked skipping every other link on the chain bracelet. Alternate the sizes of the coins as you go around. YOU are in charge of this bracelet, make it work!
Ahhhh… see, that’s better. There’s something irreverent about a 1 step tutorial. But in all honestly, it’s THAT SIMPLE and when you see how effortless it is to whip up, you would want to write it in one step, too! Never-mind that it’s also affordable and under $10 to whip up! It’s such a simple tutorial that I wish I had thought of it sooner and with that said, why stop at bracelet when there’s also a matching necklace and earrings to make as well, ha!
For another designer inspired project, check out this Anthro-Inspired bandana DIY bracelet!