DIY lace cuff

I lost my crafting mojo for a while but I think I got it back. This cuff took just over an hour for me to make and photograph (and I'm not even good at sewing). I know I always say this, but I'll say it again; it is so easy to make. If you can sew buttons on, then you can absolutely make this with ease.
You'll need:

Lace trim
Embellishments such as pearls, beads, sequins or rhinestones
Fastening or clasp (I used up-cycled one from an old necklace)
Thread and needle

Method:

1. Trim the lace to desired length to fit wrist.

2. Sew on pearls or other embellishments.

3. Sew on clasps on both ends, making sure they are aligned for easy fastening.

28 Responses to DIY lace cuff

Rowena @ rolala loves said...

This is such a pretty DIY! The one you made has abit of a bridal feel to it :)

Rowena @ rolala loves

CQUEK said...

gorgeous and beautiful. i want

OtherMix said...

Cute :]

Ananka said...

It looks really pretty! I like it :-)

Midnight Cowgirl said...

It's beautiful!

Pamela RG said...

So pretty Trishie. You are so creative.

Rose said...

Its lovely Trishie. You are very creative to use bits of this and that and turn them into something else. Well done.

greenthumb said...

So cute, it must have been the day for it, I made cotton wrap bracelets.

azurachan said...

That is a lovely lace cuff!! I love laces. It looks so classic yet sexy. 😉

Michelle {Jarrah Jungle} said...

I'm glad you've found your crafty mojo again, this is so pretty I love it :)

Juju at Tales of Whimsy.com said...

Gorgeous. Seriously.

Anouka said...

The lace cuff looks so cute! Perfect to wear for special occasions.

Jane said...

oh my gosh! this is such a pretty pretty diy!! so creative and unique :)

Kelsea Echo said...

Wow, what a gorgeous project! And it actually does look easy to make. Love it!

Draffin Bears said...

Hi Trishie,

You are so creative and love the cuff - thanks for sharing.
Hope you are enjoying your week
hugs
Carolyn

burntfeather said...

lovely and delicate - I imagine this would look really sweet wrapped around a wedding bouquet too :)

Jessica said...

This cuff is adorable. I will pick up the supplies when I go to Michael's on Friday and make one over the weekend.

Tina Bradley said...

What a gorgeous bracelet! I am thrilled to see how simply this elegant piece can be made. Sounds like a great project for what's likely to be another long winter here. T. http://tickledpinkwoman.blogspot.com

My Garden Diaries said...

Don't you love it when you get your mojo back!!! This cuff is stunning friend....I could so see this on a bride as well!! It just has this modern elegant feeling! Way to go!! Nicole xoxo

Beatrice Euphemie said...

Simply Lovely, Trishie! xo

Sharon D said...

Ooh..this is so pretty. You are brilliant, Trishie! My friend's tying the knot soon and I know she will love this one! Gonna show her this post :D

Kati said...

Thanks for your lovely words on my last post!
What a sweet idea and that lace is truly stunning!

Have a great day,
-Kati

Enara Girl said...

I love the result Trishie you did great. I will dare to do it. xoxo ^_^

Poppy said...

Very pretty and dainty and elegant!

Poppy

Mrs. Pedersen said...

So lovely!! (=

sal ♥ said...

very creative :)

Natalie G said...

Such a unique DIY project!

kidgranny said...

So gorgeous! It would look great on a bride!