Here’s what we’re going to need to get started: zippers with metal teeth, 2 ribbon clamps, some jump rings, a toggle clasp, and jewelry pliers. The first thing we’re going to do is cut off the zipper stops at the end and remove the zipper pulls. We’re going to align the zipper teeth and make sure that all of them are going in the same direction, and then we are going to overlap the zippers to be sure that it will fit the ribbon clamp. Here, I’m using binder clips to hold it steady while I braid it. And once you get to the end, we’re going to use another binder clip to secure
it. Measure it to make sure it is the same length as your wrist, then cut off the excess alond with one extra inch. Attach the ribbon clamp with your jewelry pliers. Here, I’m just using some super glue to keep the edges from unraveling and to keep it secure inside the ribbon clamp. Then we’re going to do the same thing on the other side. Take one of your jump rings and loop it onto the ribbon clamp as well as the circle part of your toggle clasp. Then, we’re going to do the same thing on the other side, except this side is going
to have 2 jump rings. Here’s the finished product! You can do what I did, and go back
and add some studs for some extra decoration if you want.