Are your kids fans of Disney’s Descendants? If so, they can have a blast making these fun and easy DIY Disney’s Descendants Character Bracelets. We are loving Disney’s Descendants! I love how much Descendants has taken off. Being a big Disney fan, it’s so fun to see a whole new generation of classic Disney characters brought to life.
For this fun Disney’s Descendants character bracelets craft (that we first shared on Thrifty Jinxy), you only need a few supplies and you’ll be able to create four bracelets – each representing one of the four villain kids: Mal, Evie, Carlos and Jay. Each bracelet is designed using the signature colors worn by that character. I’m sure you can pick out who is who even without the name labels marking each bracelet!
The only materials needed to make the bracelets are an assortment of pony beads and elastic. I used this bead set from Walmart. I bought it in the store, but see that they have the same one at Walmart.com and (at the time I’m writing this) it’s only $12.42. It has 2300 so you’ll have plenty left for other projects! For the elastic, you can use any thin elastic, usually labeled beading cord elastic.
DIY Disney’s Descendants Character Bracelets Craft
Beading Cord Elastic
Cut a length of elastic 10″ long. Thread on beads according to patterns below. Tie cord with a double knot. Use scissors to trim excess cord. Tuck knot inside one of the beads.
For Mal’s Bracelet, you will need 16 purple beads, 4 magenta beads and 4 green beads. Thread 2 purple beads followed by a green bead. Then thread two more purple beads followed by a magenta bead. Repeat.
My favorite thing about the Evie bracelet is the single red bead to represent the signature heart necklace that she always wears. To make this bracelet you need that 1 red bead, 12 dark blue beads, 12 medium blue beads, and 3 light blue beads. String the beads in this order. 3 dark blue, 1 red, 3 dark blue, 2 medium blue, 1 light blue, 2 medium blue, 3 dark blue, 2 medium blue, 1 light blue, 2 medium blue, 3 dark blue, 2 medium blue, 1 light blue, 2 medium blue.
For the Carlos bracelet, you’ll need 10 black beads, 10 light gray beads and 5 red beads. String the beads in this order: 2 black, 1 red, 2 gray. Repeat 5 times.
For Jay’s bracelet you need 6 dark brown beads, 6 light brown beads, 6 red beads, 3 dark blue beads and 3 yellow beads. Thread in this order: 2 dark brown, 2 light brown, 1 yellow, 1 blue, 2 red. Repeat 3 times.
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Jerry Marquardt says
These bracelets all look so cool. I think about getting one for my niece.
John H. says
This would be fun for the little ones.
Julie Wood says
These bracelets are so cool. I would even wear them. I want to make these for me and my daughter. What a fun craft idea!
G K says
I loved making these kinds of bracelets when I was little. My cousins would love these!