I first made a bracelet using origami squares a while ago, but it was different from this one. The squares were turned and joined by a string. After it broke (the string snapped), I wanted to make a new one, but not exactly the same. Eventually I came up with this one. It could be made without glue, but then it probably wouldn't hold very long. I hope you like it!

Step 1: Materials

To make a bracelet like this, you will need the following:

- paper squares, mine were about 5 x 5 cm and I needed 25 of them.

- glue

It's a short list, isn't it!

<p>I love it!! This was so much fun to make Emily :D Very clear instructions and directions. :-) Seems to fit on my wrist pretty well, I used 26 modules. Thank you so much for producing awesome Instructable, you are truly awesome!! :D :D :D :D :D</p>
<p>Thant's awesome! :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D :D </p>
<p>Indeed, <strong>thant </strong>it awesome :-)</p><p>Thank you. Also, you might want to check out the last step - I don't think it makes sense... (sorry for being picky)</p>
<p>*is* </p><p>I think you mean step 8? Yes, that step is a bit hard to explain. Here's a different description:</p><p>When you only need to add one more module for the bracelet to reach the right length, take one extra folded module. On one of the sides of the bracelet, you can glue this piece just as in the other steps. Glue the remaining corner (the one on the other side) to the <em>back</em> of the extra module. Now apply glue to the back of the extra module and fold the two corners of the module itself on there as well. </p>
<p>Haha, yes, I think we both need to work on that! Irony right there :-)</p><p>And, there is one minor mistake on the last step:</p><p><em>&quot;I you did I would love to know :)&quot;</em> shouldn't it be 'If' instead of 'I'?</p><p>I used method 1 for closing the bracelet. ;-)</p>
<p>An there comes our favorite and origami expert Emily :). Those are very cute. </p>
<p>Thank you so much!! </p>
Oh thank you so much! I looove this!
<p>Thank you!!</p>
<p>Wow, this is a very neat 'Ible Emily! Looks like a lot of dedication and hard effort to produce an idea as complex and as awesome as this! :-)</p><p>Great job Emily! :D Voted</p>
<p>Thank you so much Hunter :D ! </p>
<p>No problemo!</p>
<p>So nice!! I love your origami projects, I keep wondering if there is anything you can't do with this technique! :D</p>
<p>Thanks Linda! </p>
<p>Your origami projects always amaze me! Awesome bracelet :)</p>
<p>Thank you :)</p>

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