Find a link style belt at a thrift shop or yard sale.
Assemble supplies including some your choice of chain or sari silk ribbon, charms, metal colorants, etc.
Using pliers carefully deconstruct a link from the belt, save the connector for later.
Use sand paper or pad to sand away rough edges and clean surface.
Wipe with a damp cloth and allow to dry.
Using a toothpick neatly apply metal colorant to recessed areas.
If you a get a little out side the area, you can gently sand it back once it is completely dry and cured [about 1 hour or per to manufacturers recommendation]
Snip the ring from the charm you plan to use, file smooth as needed.
Apply a small dot of E6000 adhesive and clamp until cured
*Quick Tip* I find the cap of the E6000 tube was always a sticky mess so I cut about a 3 inch tip from an old plastic paint brush and now use that as the plug for the tube.
Works great, very little waste and easy to clean.
Once the link is completely dry, add chain link or sari silk and clasp to form the bracelet surround.