Learn how to draw a great looking Bracelet with easy, step-by-step drawing instructions, and video tutorial.
By following the simple steps, you too can easily draw a perfect Bracelet.
Making your own jewelry can be easy - all you need is a pencil, paper, and this easy, step-by-step bracelet drawing guide.
Bracelets like this one are simple to draw. Notice the shapes of the beads - circles, ovals, heart drawings, and flowers. If you would like to add more detail to your flower beads, brush up your skills with this daisy flower drawing tutorial.
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How will you use your cartoon jewelry? Well, you could make a friendship card with a friendship bracelet on the front. If you decide to make a business of making bracelets, you could use this drawing to advertise your wares!
Step-by-Step Instructions for Drawing a Bracelet
How to Draw a Great Looking Bracelet for Kids, Beginners, and Adults - Step 1
1. Begin the bracelet outline by drawing a heart. Draw a long curved line inside the heart, parallel to the outline. This gives it a rounded, three-dimensional appearance. Then, draw an oval-shaped bead overlapping the edge of the heart.
Easy Bracelet Drawing - Step 2
2. Draw a smaller circular bead and another oval-shaped bead. Then, begin drawing the flower-shaped bead. Draw a circle for the center of the flower and connected "U" shaped lines for its petals.
Easy Bracelet Drawing - Step 3
3. Finish the petals of the flower using "U" shaped lines. Then, draw another oval, circle, and oval series of beads.
Easy Bracelet Drawing - Step 4
4. Draw another, smaller heart, then another series of oval, circle, and oval-shaped beads.
Easy Bracelet Drawing - Step 5
5. On the opposite side of the large heart, draw a series of oval, circular, and oval-shaped beads. Then, draw another daisy-shaped bead. Again, use a circle for the center of the flower and connected "U" shaped lines for the petals.
Easy Bracelet Drawing - Step 6
6. Beside the flower, draw another series of oval, circle, and oval beads. Then, draw another small heart-shaped bead.
Easy Bracelet Drawing - Step 7
7. Draw a series of oval and circle-shaped beads extending from the heart. After the last oval-shaped bead, draw a circle within a circle. This is part of the bracelet's clasp.
Add More Details to Your Bracelet Picture - Step 8
8. Draw an oval within an oval passing through the circle within a circle. Erase as necessary. Then, draw two parallel curved lines entering the oval-shaped portion of the clasp. The lines will form a question mark shape.
Complete the Outline of Your Bracelet Drawing - Step 9
9. Use a curved line, doubled back on itself, to form the tip of the question mark shape. At its middle, enclose a bump - the movable arm of the clasp - using a curved line. At its base, draw a circle within a circle. Use another circle within a circle to form the chain link connecting it to the rest of the bracelet.
Color Your Bracelet Drawing
Your bracelet outline is now complete. Don't forget to color it! We've left some of our beads white like pearls, while others are blue, pink, and yellow. The clasp is yellow as if made of gold.
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