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Paris charm bracelet

Jangling souvenir charms celebrate the City of Light
Paris charm bracelet

I have never been to Paris, but it’s a dream of mine to go there and spend my days browsing through flea markets and patisseries. The bracelet was inspired by this dream — and by all of the French-themed Nunn Design findings. I wanted to combine these components with some from my own collection, including a jaunty vintage rooster — when else would he get his time to shine?

Click through the gallery below for step-by-step instructions for making this bracelet, or download the free project PDF above.


  • 9–12 12–22 mm charms
  • 20 mm circle bezel
  • 10 mm prong setting
  • 5–6 4–10 mm beads
  • 8–9 mm chaton
  • 1–2 8 mm flat flower components
  • 3–4 7–9 mm bead caps
  • 6–7 in. (15–18 cm) piece of chain, 8–9 mm links
  • 3–4 11⁄2-in. (3.8 cm) head pins
  • 15–19 8–9 mm jump rings or chain links
  • 9–12 4–6 mm jump rings
  • toggle clasp
  • chainnose and roundnose pliers
  • diagonal wire cutters
  • Paris collage sheet
  • two-part resin
  • craft glue or sealant
  • glitter
  • paintbrush
  • circle punch or scissors

“Oui” charm and Eiffel Tower charm from Dime Store Emporium, Remaining charms and Paris collage sheet from Nunn Design,

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