This DIY is easy as 1, 2, 3. For this project, you'll need a hot glue gun, any old bracelets that you want to wrap, and twine. I purchased my twine from a local craft store, and found that a little goes a long way. I used about half of the twine I purchased, but I was so sure I was going to run out. Nope! Able to save some for another craft! I began by wrapping with the black color, by putting a small dab of hot glue on the INSIDE of the bracelet, and sticking the twine to the glue to start. And then, all you do is wrap! The key to a clean look is tightly coiling around the bracelet. If you decide to switch to another color like I did, make sure to end the first color on the inside of the bracelet so you won't see the transition on the outside. Secure the ends with a small amount of hot glue. And remember, be creative! You can do small stripes, you can do all one color, or anything you'd like! Creating a twine bracelet allows you to keep those older bracelets that you otherwise may have given up to the thrift store. I wear this all the time with my other bracelets and I love it's bold, modern look! Happy DIY!