DIY Glass Tile Origami Heart Snap Chunk Bracelet Recipe from

Look what Anne whipped up recently! She was inspired by our new line of chunk snap jewelry kits from  She quickly made this origami print bracelet with our SKU 917D Heart Snap Bracelet Kit from  What a fun piece of jewelry.  Oooh – what possibilities!

Our kit includes extra snaps and 5 glass hearts to make 5 interchangeable custom snap-on hearts.  A look for every occasion! This is a very easy project to make as a photo jewelry bracelet, too.


DIY Origami Heart Chunk Snap Bracelet Recipe from Design by Anne Strasser ~ Supplies from

How to make it:

Choose your origami paper, or use our Far East Printout (instant download).

Peel backing from the included 800P double sided adhesive strip, apply to FRONT side of your artwork.

Peel second side of 800P double sided adhesive strip, and press your glass dome on top of the origami art. (or scrap paper of your choice).

You are now ready to  make a selection of focal pieces for your bracelet.  Try our other Snap Chunk Jewelry components at  We have pendants, rings and bracelets bases.  We even have snap on focal buttons that are all ready made for instant variety.



About the Designer: Anne Strasser

Meet Anne! She is the ultimate multi-tasker. She does all kinds of things for us at Writing. Creating. Blogging. Gluing things to things. More creating. Packing. Taking care of our wonderful customers, of course! When she’s not here, she’s out and about writing, creating, gluing things to things, blogging, gardening, making websites and taking care of her family.

Thanks always and happy creating from all the busy crafters at!



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