Noodle Bead Stacking Bracelets Tutorial

February 10, 2014Allison Murray
This noodle bead stacking bracelets tutorial is great for anyone, even with NO jewelry making experience. Make a tons of colors for the ultimate outfit!

I’m so glad that you’re checking out my Noodle Bead Stacking Bracelets tutorial! Thanks :)

This noodle bead stacking bracelets tutorial is great for anyone, even with NO jewelry making experience. Make a tons of colors for the ultimate outfit!

First and foremost, I think I should let y’all know that I’m kind of on a jewelry kick right now. Plus I went to town this past weekend and stocked UP on findings so I’ve just added fuel to the fire.

A lot of it started when I was organizing my office. I divvied up my beads into three tubs. Seed beads, fancy beads and medium and large round beads. It turns out I’m kind of a bead hoarder. I pulled out things that I thought were so pretty but I have no clue what the original purpose was for. So I kept some of the ones I was drawn to out on my desk where I could see them and the jewelry makin’ just started happening!

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Today I’m sharing these super easy to make noodle bead stacking bracelets. I decided to use elastic cord since I plan to wear a whole boat load of them on my arm at once and I figured that 8 toggle clasps would get pretty darn irritating on my wrist. But feel free to make these any way you please!

This noodle bead stacking bracelets tutorial is great for anyone, even with NO jewelry making experience. Make a tons of colors for the ultimate outfit!

For this project you will need:

If you checked out the hair and wrist ponytail holders last week, this post is kind of like deja vu!

This noodle bead stacking bracelets tutorial is great for anyone, even with NO jewelry making experience. Make a tons of colors for the ultimate outfit!

Cut about 8 inches of elastic and give it several good stretches to remove any excess give. Apply a piece of tape at the end to keep your beads from sliding off.

This noodle bead stacking bracelets tutorial is great for anyone, even with NO jewelry making experience. Make a tons of colors for the ultimate outfit!

String about 3-4 inches of beads on…

This noodle bead stacking bracelets tutorial is great for anyone, even with NO jewelry making experience. Make a tons of colors for the ultimate outfit!

followed by the noodle bead. Wrap around your wrist and see if you’re happy with the length. If not, remove the noodle bead and add more beads and retest.

This noodle bead stacking bracelets tutorial is great for anyone, even with NO jewelry making experience. Make a tons of colors for the ultimate outfit!

When you find a length that you are happy with, if you’re planning on making a whole stack, mark down the length that works so that you have consistently sized bracelets. I just used a strip of masking tape and a marker.

This noodle bead stacking bracelets tutorial is great for anyone, even with NO jewelry making experience. Make a tons of colors for the ultimate outfit!

Tie the ends into a knot 3 times and finish up with a dab of glue. Once dry, trim the excess elastic close to (but not on) the knot.

This noodle bead stacking bracelets tutorial is great for anyone, even with NO jewelry making experience. Make a tons of colors for the ultimate outfit!

For now I’ve only made red, orange, yellow and pink but I’ve got some cool colored beads on order to make some more!

This noodle bead stacking bracelets tutorial is great for anyone, even with NO jewelry making experience. Make a tons of colors for the ultimate outfit!

You can stack ’em and mix and match ’em as you please!

What colors will you make?

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Comments (10)

  • Stephanie

    February 10, 2014 at 2:48 PM

    These are just gorgeous!

  • Koltureshoq

    February 11, 2014 at 7:03 AM

    These are absolutely fantastic. I totally love quick n easy projects. Thanks Allison

    1. mary

      February 11, 2014 at 2:45 PM

      mary these are the most ,love then and going to do this today ,will also pass on to my little niece as she is into as many bracelets as she can find thank mary

  • Tiff

    February 11, 2014 at 2:27 PM

    These are lovely! Thanks for the tutorial. I’ll have to share it! :)

  • Julie

    February 12, 2014 at 2:13 AM

    Wow, Allison, I love these so much! You have used my favourite colour combination too. Just adding this to my ever growing to do list!

  • Lisa @ Practically Perfect Home

    February 14, 2014 at 3:04 PM

    Hi Allison! I love these bracelets so much, I’m going to share the tutorial on my ‘Weekly Wonders’ post tomorrow morning! Thank you for sharing! ~Lisa

  • Rebecca @ My Girlish Whims

    March 7, 2014 at 3:43 PM

    These bracelets are so cute! Such a fun pop of color :)

  • Margaret Y

    August 3, 2014 at 9:40 AM

    I love this idea!!!

  • nancy

    February 8, 2015 at 4:01 AM

    love these so simple to make and give as gifts or to myself

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