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5 Easy Ways to Make Taylor Swift Friendship Bracelets to Give Away

In the world of Taylor Swift fandom, friendship bracelets have become a cherished symbol of connection, joy, and shared love for her music. Whether you’re preparing for a concert, a fan meetup, or just want to spread some happiness, creating and giving away Taylor Swift friendship bracelets is a delightful way to celebrate friendship and share love. Here are five easy ways to make these bracelets, perfect for giving to fellow Swifties and spreading a bit of Taylor-inspired joy.

1. Classic Braided Friendship Bracelet


Embroidery floss or yarn in various colors, Scissors, Tape or safety pin


Cutting the Floss: Cut three pieces of embroidery floss, each about 24 inches long.

Knotting the Top: Tie a knot at one end, leaving a small loop.

Braiding: Secure the loop with a safety pin or tape. Braid the three strands together until you reach the desired length.

Finishing: Tie a knot at the end of the braid and trim any excess floss.

Personalization Tips:

Choose colors that represent Taylor Swift’s albums (e.g., red for “Red,” pastel for “Lover”).

Add small charms or beads between the braids for extra flair.

Present the bracelet in a cute bag or box for an added touch of joy. Braiding bracelets can be a meditative activity, and the finished product is a simple yet meaningful token of friendship. Plus, it’s a perfect activity to do while listening to your favorite Taylor Swift album or if you want to do your own here you can also watch this YouTube tutorial.

2. Beaded Friendship Bracelet


Elastic cord, Beads (letter beads, decorative beads, etc.), Scissors


Cutting the Cord: Cut a piece of elastic cord about 12 inches long.

Stringing the Beads: Add beads to the cord, using Taylor Swift-themed colors and charms.

Adding Lyrics: Incorporate letter beads to spell out your favorite Taylor Swift lyrics or album titles.

Securing the Bracelet: Tie the ends of the cord together securely and trim any excess.

Personalization Tips:

Use beads in the shape of musical notes or hearts.

Choose bead colors that match Taylor Swift’s iconic outfits.

Add a special note or tag explaining the significance of the bracelet. Creating beaded bracelets allows for endless creativity. You can customize each bracelet with personal messages and check these YouTube videos giving ideas to do bracelets on your own.

3. Embroidery Floss Bracelet


Embroidery floss in various colors, Scissors, Tape or safety pin


Cutting the Floss: Choose several colors of embroidery floss and cut each about 30 inches long.

Knotting: Tie all the strands together at one end and secure with tape or a safety pin.

Knotting Techniques: Use different knotting techniques such as the forward knot, backward knot, or the chevron pattern to create unique designs.

Finishing Touches: Add charms or initials to personalize the bracelet.

Personalization Tips:

Use colors that represent different Taylor Swift eras.

Add charms that reflect Taylor Swift’s songs or albums.

Watch this video and gift the bracelet with a handwritten note for a personal touch.

Taylor Swift charm bracelets

4. Letter Bead Friendship Bracelet


Elastic cord, Letter beads, Decorative beads, Scissors


Cutting the Cord: Cut a piece of elastic cord about 12 inches long.

Stringing the Beads: Add letter beads to spell out “Swiftie” or other fun words.

Adding Decorative Beads: Place decorative beads between the letters for a vibrant look.

Securing the Bracelet: Tie the ends of the cord together securely and trim any excess.

Personalization Tips:

Combine different bead shapes and colors for a vibrant look.

Use letter beads to spell out your favorite song titles or lyrics.

Add a small charm to one end for extra personalization. For a tutorial for this bracelet, here this YouTube video will help you when you do this bracelet.

5. Charm Bracelet


Chain bracelet, Taylor Swift-themed charms, Jump rings, Pliers


Selecting the Chain: Choose a chain bracelet that fits comfortably around your wrist.

Adding Charms: Use jump rings to attach Taylor Swift-themed charms to the bracelet.

Spacing the Charms: Evenly space out the charms along the bracelet.

Securing the Charms: Use pliers to close the jump rings securely.

Personalization Tips:

Select charms that represent Taylor Swift’s songs and albums.

Mix and match different charm styles for a unique look.

Present the bracelet in a decorative box for an added touch of elegance.

Symbols of Friendship

Charm bracelets are a great way to add a personal touch. Each charm can represent something meaningful, like a favorite Taylor Swift song or album, making the bracelet a cherished keepsake.  To make a charm bracelet for yourself, watch this YouTube video share it with your friends, and make it together.

Creating Taylor Swift friendship bracelets is a fantastic way to celebrate friendship, spread joy, and connect with fellow fans. Whether you make a classic braided bracelet, a beaded one, or something more intricate, each bracelet becomes a token of love and happiness. So, gather your materials, get creative, and start making bracelets that will bring smiles to the faces of your friends and fellow Swifties.

For more giving ideas, visit and discover how small acts of kindness can make a big difference in the world. Happy crafting!

Here are some previous blogs for more inspiration:

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Lin is a dedicated and enthusiastic intern at 365give, where he brings his passion for giving and community engagement to the forefront. Currently a student at Vancouver Community College, Lin is committed to making a positive impact through his work and studies. Originally from Myanmar (Burma), Lin brings a unique perspective and a deep sense of cultural appreciation to the 365give team. His experiences and background contribute to his understanding of the importance of kindness and community support.
At 365give, Lin is focused on creating meaningful content, writing blog posts, social media posts, and initiatives that inspire others to give back and spread joy. His journey has been filled with learning and growth, and he is excited to continue making a difference with 365give.

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