Step 1: Get Supplies
-fabric (something lightweight. I think floral patterns look the best.)
-Beads (round beads will be the easiest to use).
-A piece of ribbon
-A needle and thread that matches your material (or a sewing machine if you are more talented than me at using them)
-1 Safety pin
(All of these things can be purchased at craft stores, but I found all of mine around the house. If you don't have fabric, try using a lightweight blouse that you don't wear anymore.)
Step 2: Sew the Fabric
Cut your fabric wide enough to fit around your beads and add about a 1/2 in. extra to make room for sewing.
Fold the fabric in 1/2 lengthwise and sew down cut side (so that it is sewn into a tube). Attach the safety pin to one end and pull through the tube so that the seam is on the inside and doesn't show. Tie a knot at one end with a piece of string, but leave enough room to make a bow out of the fabric to secure the bracelet to your wrist.
(I obviously ran out of fabric, because I only gave myself a few extra inches, so I improvised with some ribbon)
Step 3: Beads
(You can, instead of tying knots with string, knot the fabric, but this uses up more fabric and doesn't work with thicker materials)